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Friday, April 17


Join over 300 other geography teachers at one of the largest subject specific TeachMeets in the UK.  The line up is as follows:
Alan Parkinson - PC Geographies
Emily Chandler - Raising attainment through Tier 2 vocabulary
Paul Turner - Become a radical geographer
Simon Bannister - Re-engaging the disengaged geographers
Kelly Daish - Including fieldwork across the Curriculum
Kit Rackley - Theo's top picks: kid's story books for Geography
Jen Monk - Mastery and retention in Geography
Jack Tavassoly-Marsh - Simple tips to make your lessons inclusive
Anna Pennington - Fearless Google Classroom assessment and once upon a GIS story map
Tom Highnett - How can we use texts in the Geography classroom? Some short advice
Ollie Davies - Ideas for a Geography Society
Rebecca Butler - Attempting to close the vocabulary gap


David Rogers

Director of Standards, The Littlehampton Academy

Friday April 17, 2020 6:00pm - 7:00pm
YouTube live
Saturday, April 18


Case studies of a changing world pathway - The infamous Eyjafjallajökull: 10 years on
When the Eyjafjallajökull volcano erupted on 20 March 2010, thousands of people, including many students and teachers, were stranded over the Easter holidays as European airspace closed and the fragilities of an ever-globalised world were exposed. Ten years on, we reflect on how this small volcanic event had such a significant impact both nationally and globally.


Karen Corfield

Area Manager, Discover the World Education

Saturday April 18, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm
Adobe Connect 4