GlosGeog welcomes Dr Liam Saddington!

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Well, it was off to Marling School in Stroud, Gloucestershire this afternoon, our hosts for GlosGeog‘s second speaker session of this academic year. How lucky we were to have the company of Dr Liam Saddington, Teaching Associate in Human Geography in the Department of Geography at the University of Cambridge. Liam is a political and environmental geographer, whose research focuses …

GlosGeog speaker session (Stroud High School, Gloucestershire)

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Well, it was, once again, time to head off to Stroud High School (SHS) in Gloucestershire (https://stroudhigh.gloucs.sch.uk/); not to conduct an Online Safety Mark assessment today, but to partake in GlosGeog’s final event of this academic year, which they had very kindly offered to host.  Thanks to their technical team, we were also able to coordinate a live stream and …

Dipo Faloyin comes to Gloucester!

The official launch of GlosGeog, Gloucestershire’s local Geographical Association (GA) branch.

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What better way to launch GlosGeog, Gloucestershire’s local Geographical Association (GA) branch, but with a visit from Dipo Faloyin, author of the fantastic book, ‘Africa is Not a Country’. King’s School Gloucester very kindly offered to host this event, ensuring plentiful, complimentary refreshments were available to visitors on arrival as well. The speaker session was aimed at Key Stage 4 …

British Council: Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning (CCGL) – ‘Critical thinking and problem solving’ (Day 1)

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‘Going virtual’ seems the way to go these days!  Due to the success of previous training days and further interest/demand, I was asked if I would deliver a repeat of British Council: Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning (CCGL)’s ‘critital thinking and problem solving’ course via Zoom.  The advantage of doing this is that teachers from all over the UK are …

British Council: Connecting Classrooms through Global Learning (CCGL) – ‘Critical thinking and problem solving’ (Day 1)

ConsultancyWorkshops

‘Going virtual’ seems the way to go these days!  Due to the success of previous training days that I have run for teachers in Gloucestershire and neighbouring counties, I was asked if I would deliver a repeat of the course, but this time virtually via Zoom.  The advantage of doing this is that teachers from all over the UK are …