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Friday, April 17
 

10:00am

GCSE pathway - Effective selection and use of case studies for GCSE Geography
This session will look at effective teaching strategies (within a relatively low-tech classroom environment) for embedding AO1 knowledge with students, emphasising the need for them to be ‘place-specific’ in their use of case studies. The session will also explore our own ‘professional compass’ and our motives behind effective case study selection when the world is our oyster.


Speakers
JP

Jo Payne

Geography Subject Leader and Head of Humanities, Okehampton College


Friday April 17, 2020 10:00am - 11:00am
Adobe Connect 2

2:00pm

A level pathway - Exploring the ‘recipe’ for success with titles for the Independent Investigation
This interactive workshop will explore and deconstruct a variety of titles for investigation and whether there are ‘ingredients’ for encouraging an effective investigative process. The main aim of the session is to understand more about where students start with their titles, how they can be developed and the components of a title which can support a manageable investigation.

Speakers

Friday April 17, 2020 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Adobe Connect 3
  • Audience P16
  • Sponsored by OCR