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  • 1. Sustaining geography Breaking down barriers
  • 2. Challenges?
  • 3. Falling numbers? Source: CGP, using data from Joint Council for Qualifications 2007
  • 4.
    • “ Geography in schools is not doing enough to help children develop a picture of climate change, learn to lead sustainable lives and find their feet as global citizens of the 21st century.”
    • “ Many children interviewed in Key Stage 3 said they found geography boring and irrelevant.”
    Public Perception?
  • 5. Watering down of geography?
    • Compressed KS3
    • Combined humanities
    • Generic learning skills
  • 6.  
  • 7. Geography? Science? Citizenship? PSE? Identity?
  • 8. A new dawn?
  • 9. Concept-led curriculum…
  • 10.
    • Place
    • Space
    • Scale
    • Interdependence
    • Physical and human processes
    • Environmental interaction and sustainable development
    • Cultural understanding and diversity
    Geographical concepts
  • 11. Making curriculum links
  • 12. Making curriculum links
  • 13. Haven’t we been here before?
    • Foundation Studies
    • Social Studies
    • Humanities
  • 14. So what is new?
    • Thinking geographically
    • Strong sense of subject identity
    • Value of geography
    • Sustaining geography?
  • 15. Workshop
    • Case studies – David, Rob, Tom (10 mins each)
    • Identify opportunities for subject collaboration (10 minutes)
    • Conclusion and invitation to further research (SPC Wiki - http://spclinks.pbwiki.com/ )

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