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Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.
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Geography tick(le)s the boxes other subjects can not reach.

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Slides that supported a session for geographers at TLAB14

Slides that supported a session for geographers at TLAB14

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  • Sometimes it’s like standing at a precipice. Like the coastline the educational landscape is constantly changing – but Geography is a dynamic subject that is perfectly positioned to be at the forefront of every school.
  • Gove is not in my classroom, our department or our schools
  • How do we encourage creativity and turn our learners into creators of media as well as consumers?
  • What are the aims of this session?To give leaders of geography ideas to make the subject central to whole school, wider curriculum developmentsTo give teachers of geography ideas of how to introduce other dimensions into our teaching
  • Look at the people around you on your table and have a quick hello if you haven’t already.
  • I’m a great believer in community and networked learning. Geography departments that I know of are often small and therefore it’s essential to reach out. We are a community or network in this room now – so we are going to work together
  • Write down ideas onto paper and place into a hat / display on the table etc etc.
  • How can we get Geography to tackle some of these boxes? We have the answer here. We are going to use a technique we use at Priory with students when we want them to be creative. First a warm up……
  • What geographical ideas could we use this image for. Talk to each other.
  • Use John Davitt’s Learning Event Generator – demo. Talk to each other
  • John Davitt’s Learning Event Generator http://www.newtools.org/showtxt.php?docid=737 also an iPhone app – taking a risk and unlocking creativity
  • Use John Davitt’s Learning Event Generator – demo. Talk to each other
  • Sometimes the journey can seem lonely or it may feel like we are taking a risk…Time to share
  • Going to share some examples from the SPC ideas – there are plenty of ideas on the SPC area of the website – especially the 10 tips section which are a series of downloadable ideas.
  • Let’s set our sights high for geography within our schools
  • Giving Geographical context to skills and learning
  • Sometimes it’s scary to reach out past the comfort of the known but if school geography is to expand we must be able to show
  • I know that we are often guilty of seeing X, Y and Z as Geography, this can be a knife edge balancing act as, the danger of which is falling off. I’d like to think of geographers as educators of children first, so reaching out to the wider curriculum aims is important. As leaders of geography we can show others how our subject can contribute and as teachers of geography we can easily incorporate these ideas
  • This conference is about a network and I would urge you to build your own networks whether they be face to face or virtual.
  • What are the aims of this session?To give leaders of geography ideas to make the subject central to whole school, wider curriculum developmentsTo give teachers of geography ideas of how to introduce other dimensions into our teaching
  • Sometimes it’s like standing at a precipice. Like the coastline the educational landscape is constantly changing – but Geography is a dynamic subject that is perfectly positioned to be at the forefront of every school.
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    1. What is weather and how does it affect people? Do now: Using the shapes below, create a sketch map of the UK. You may have to rotate them and resize. Mark on the location of: London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast
    2. Image: Peter Boden Geography: It tick(les) the boxes others cannot reach David Rogers FRGS Cgeog @davidErogers
    3. @daviderogers davidrogers.org.uk drogersmm@me.com
    4. How fat do you need to be to be bulletproof?
    5. Change is inevitable - except from a vending machine. Robert C. Gallagher
    6. The curriculum is not creative. Teachers are.
    7. Aims Leading Geography Teaching Geography
    8. Communities Photo Credit
    9. What are the Boxes that Geography tick? Photo Credit
    10. Photo Credit
    11. How Geography can help tick the ……………. box.
    12. www.newtools.org
    13. How Geography can help tick the ……………. box.
    14. Sharing
    15. Examples
    16. Thanks to wordle.net
    17. • PLTS • SEAL • Off timetable days • ICT • Literacy • Numeracy • Out of classroom learning • Community Cohesion • International Links • Healthy Schools • Every Child Matters
    18. Commitment
    19. G e o g r a p h y
    20. Photo Credit
    21. Aims Leading Geography Teaching Geography
    22. @daviderogers davidrogers.org.uk drogersmm@me.com SPC pages of the GA website SPC top 10 tips for Geography in the wider curriculum

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