GA Conference 2021 - #14 - Day 2 highlights

A few of the Friday sessions that I either attended or particularly liked the look of when I browsed through the programme will be shared here. These are all available to rewatch by delegates who should have been sent a code to access them.

Devika Krishnan's session 'From tiger to Tetra bags'.

Amy Vigus and Richard Waller explored the power of immersive imagery.

Simran Jouhal explored compassionare leadership - she also talked later about using Twitter.

Becky Kitchen and Jon Cannell talked about the GA's Quality Marks. I am going to be involved in moderating the applications once again this summer.

Charlotte Milner led a session on 'tackling the whiteness of geography" a vital topic for the subject community and a discipline which, as Pat Noxolo has said suffers from a "persistent and overwhelming whiteness".

Susan Pike's Presidential lecture which I had the privilege of introducing. See previous blog post.

Lauren Hammond's session on children's geographies - will definitely be catching up with this one as I was involved in the Young People's Geographies project back in the day.

Professor Chris Jackson's session on 'How to look inside a volcano' following his presenting gig for the Royal Institution Christmas Lectures.

David Rogers on getting the NEA right.

Denise Freeman and Tom Highnett exploring how to build a passionate geography community.

Former SPC colleagues Ryan Bate, Judy Gleen and Rachel Kay exploring how to build a knowledge-rich curriculum.

A GIS session with Alistair Hamill.

Sharon Witt on the wisdom of Pooh Bear

Kit Rackley on Climate Change as a safeguarding issue.

Professor Margaret Bates on how to improve waste management in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Richard Allaway and Matt Podbury and members of the international teaching community on exploring close to home.

Laura-Jayne Ward on bringing cultural capital into the geography classroom.

Nourish Scotland and Jon-Paul Davies on improving the food system and a geography of justice.

Get your Geography box set ready to view - plenty of nights-in sorted. Forget Netflix.

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