Geographical Association (GA) In the Know webinar series

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It was time for the final webinar in this series of six linked to the Geographical Association (GA)’s In the Know online resources and one that is closely related to geographical skills and fieldwork. These webinars are a quick, easy and cost-effective means of updating your subject knowledge, whether you are a Geography Subject Leader, experienced classroom teacher, ECT or trainee. Further details about the series can be found …

Geographical Association (GA) In the Know webinar series

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Following a break for half-term, it was time, once again, to reconvene for another webinar in this series of six linked to the Geographical Association (GA)’s In the Know online resources. These webinars are a quick, easy and cost-effective means of updating your subject knowlege, whether you are a Geography Subject Leader, experienced classroom teacher, ECT or trainee. Further details about the series can be found by accessing …

Geographical Association (GA)’s In the Know webinar series

(Webinar 6: Grid references and map symbols) Time to get practical!

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Our final ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Grid references and map symbols’, one that links closely to geographical skills and fieldwork. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow, both in ‘real time’ and for listening/viewing when time allows, which is great to witness. Maps are works of art.  There are many …

Geographical Association (GA)’s In the Know webinar series

(Webinar 5: Settlements)

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This week’s ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Settlements’, one with strong links to history too. Our ‘real time’ audience was somewhat depleted this week; I think teachers were keen to enjoy some sunshine after school!  Nevertheless, a few individuals had sent apologies in advance of the session as they had school events to attend or were away …

Come and join us to find out about the power of everyday geographies! (Primary Humanities Network meeting – Term 5)

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Just a handful of the ‘concluding comments’ from those who attended our previous Primary Humanities Network meeting in ‘real time’ or accessed the recording and accompanying resources to review at later date: Gosh, it’s amazing how you manage to fit so much information and help for teachers in such a short space of time!  Thank you, very informative.   So many …

Time to focus on cultural capital (virtual Primary Humanities Network meeting – Term 4)

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A rather apt theme for our fourth Primary Humanities Network meeting of this academic year, and still virtual in format due to the continued uncertainty surrounding Covid-19, the need for a degree of flexibility and our growing numbers from all regions of the UK (and beyond on occasions): ‘What does cultural capital mean?’ and ‘How can geography and history contribute …

Ensuring successful subject leadership in primary schools

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Well, the onus was not on me today!  Once in a while, it is rather nice to be able to sit back, listen and absorb.  David Weatherly’s third CPD event of this academic year was entitled ‘Ensuring successful subject leadership in primary schools‘ (http://www.davidweatherlyeducation.co.uk/geography-training.html), and very timely it was too, given that I am delivering training to schools within the …

A little ‘stretch and challenge’ for the New Year!

Virtual Primary Humanities Network meeting (Term 3)

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Starting the New Year as we mean to go on!  Despite still being virtual in nature, I thought I would still try and provide a little ‘stretch and challenge’ during the third Primary Humanities Network meeting of this academic year.  After reviewing the suggestions given towards the end of our last meeting and bearing in mind the themes hitting the …

Let’s get practical!

Geographical Association (GA) ‘In the Know’ webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

Our final ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Grid references and map symbols’, one that links closely to geographical skills and fieldwork. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow, both in ‘real time’ and for listening/viewing when time allows, which is great to witness. Maps are works of art.  There are many …

Interweaving geography and history this afternoon!

Geographical Association (GA) ‘In the Know’ webinar series

ConsultancyWorkshops

This week’s ‘In the Know’ webinar took the theme of ‘Settlements’, one with strong links to history too. Word seems to have spread about our weekly webinars as our audience continues to grow, both in ‘real time’ and for listening/viewing when time allows.  If you have yet to attend one of the webinars, but wish to discover more, then further …