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Friday, April 17


A level pathway - Thawing permafrost - the tipping time bomb
The degradation of Arctic permafrost and the formation of ‘thermokarst’ represents one of the most dramatic impacts of climate change and a positive feedback with the potential to accelerate the release of carbon into the atmosphere. This session will examine the processes of permafrost degradation, their influence on the carbon cycle and the online resources available for its investigation.


Dr Richard Waller

Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography, Keele University

Friday April 17, 2020 10:00am - 11:00am
Adobe Connect 3


A level pathway - Managing the NEA for success: reflections, tools and ideas
This interactive session offers a chance to reflect on the first three years of the ‘new’ A levels and will discuss ways to develop practice. We will explore powerful tools and strategies to support students in completing successful NEAs including GIS and Survey 1,2,3. Experiences, ideas and resources will be shared to help support teachers and students with this vital part of A level.


Simon Holland

Geography Teacher, Bilborough Sixth Form College

Chris Collins

Head of Faculty for Geography and Biology, Bilborough Sixth Form College

Friday April 17, 2020 11:30am - 12:30pm
Adobe Connect 3