Several of the sessions at the forthcoming GA Conference are based partly on input from delegates. This is something which is enabled through a range of technological tools.
Kit Rackley is one of the sessions requiring some help. They have asked delegates (and others) to fill in a questionnaire on environmental privilege.
Ahead of #GAConf21, I invite everyone - whether or not you are attending the conference or my session on #privilege, to take this quiz and score your environmental privilege: https://t.co/a6LqRSax0v— Kit Rackley (Geogramblings) (@geogramblings) April 5, 2021
I scored 82.5% 🌳 #GeogYourPrivilege
I almost got 100% on this. Here's the basis for the session.
Enjoying putting this session together, but it'll be the participants who'll come up with the links 😉— Kit Rackley (Geogramblings) (@geogramblings) April 5, 2021
Hoping breakout rooms will work ok! Thanks for taking the quiz! #GAConf21 #GeogYourPrivilege
FYI: Quick read that summarises what I based the quiz on https://t.co/41XMWsfVyG
Please also help the Early Careers Geography network with their session too - their query is below:
Less than a week to go until our GA conference talk!— Early Careers Geography Network (@ECGeogNetwork) April 5, 2021
Please tell us about your ITT/NQT years?
How did it go? What was the biggest issue you faced? How were your mentors?
Plenty more to come.
The #gaconf21 hashtag is starting to come to life. There is another event with a similar hashtag for the next few days, which is exploring games for people with disabilities and is using the #gaconf hashtag for the next few days. We wish them good luck for their conference.
Updated - here's David Rogers asking for some help too...
Ahead of my #gaconf21 talk on the enquiry apporach, I'd appreciate the thoughts of #geographyteacher colleagues about this aspect of our subject. Fill in this short survey here: https://t.co/VgrmXRwhEr— David Rogers (@davidErogers) April 6, 2021
Thank you :-)