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KS2 - P16 [clear filter]
Friday, April 17


Beginning teacher pathway - Climate services in the classroom: from experts to education
This workshop will allow you to explore powerful interactive climate services designed for industry but useful for the classroom. It will also introduce a brand new free, online interactive tool to explore climate and energy data designed for educational use in consultation with teachers and experts thanks to funding from the European Commission through the ECMWF Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S).


Kit Rackley

Consultant to the GA

Friday April 17, 2020 11:30am - 12:30pm
Adobe Connect 4
Saturday, April 18


Real world enquiry pathway - Wakey, wakey Rosenshine! GIS and geography pedagogy
GIS is an important component of contemporary geography teaching. This lecture will explore how ArcGIS Online structures encounter with new material and geographical thought as outlined in Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction. An essential session for teachers looking to embed GIS into their curriculum and teaching practice.


Dr Katie Hall

GIS for Schools programme manager, ESRI UK

Jason Sawle

Head of Education, ESRI UK

Saturday April 18, 2020 9:30am - 10:30am
Adobe Connect 2


Case studies of a changing world pathway - Participatory geography: Layers of London and the Booth poverty maps
Using the Layers of London website, this workshop will focus on a new online initiative involving schools to vectorise the Booth Poverty Maps of London through a participatory process. This enables students to explore social inequalities and learn first-hand how the process of mapping can help to raise awareness about social issues and social justice.


Adam Corsini

Public Engagement Officer, Layers of London, The Institute of Historical Research

Saturday April 18, 2020 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Adobe Connect 4


Geography for sustainability pathway - Could geography save the world?
Climate breakdown is the defining issue of our generation. Drawing on Paul’s experience as a UN Climate Change Teacher and member of Extinction Rebellion, this session will discuss pressing questions such as: Are we teaching climate change wrong? Why has progress been so slow? Should we be more radical in our teaching? How can geography facilitate a better world?


Paul Turner

Head of Geography, Bedales School

Saturday April 18, 2020 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Adobe Connect 1