Two (hundred) heads are better than one: the power of collaboration.

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Part of a workshop given at the Geographical Association Conference 2013.

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Two (hundred) heads are better than one: the power of collaboration.

  1. 1. A normal Sunday night…. Why did I leave writing this scheme of work until the last minute? I’m not sure what case study to use… Why did I leave writing this scheme of work until the last minute? How do I get my students to understand this concept? Why I did leave writing this scheme of work until the last minute?
  2. 2. What if… I’m not sure what approach Have you tried why did Mr to use… and Mrs Endo die?
  3. 3. But say thanks….
  4. 4. They opened a restaurant in South Wales…They escaped and unfortunately moved to Montserrat...They joined Mario the shoe shiner…They relocated to the Caatinga only to be forced toleave…
  5. 5. • Practice Baps• CITAL meets• Teaching and Learning Newsletter• Special Interest Groups• Professional Development Library• Good practice archive
  6. 6. From my Twitter network….
  7. 7. Work with @Liz_Smith –Twitter interviews and Year 8 comparing their local area.
  8. 8. Geography flash meets- not one in a two years, time to resurrect? http://bit.ly/13ROifC
  9. 9. • Schemes of learning and collaborative writing• Presentations• Questionnaires and data collection• Collaborative work with students• Sourcing ideas https://drive.google.com/
  10. 10. http://bit.ly/Z21WF2
  11. 11. http://bit.ly/Z21E14
  12. 12. http://bit.ly/Z229YW
  13. 13. How could you use these items from the Tesco range to supplement or aid learning? Answers on note with your name (if you want).http://goo.gl/xyoih
  14. 14. http://bit.ly/13RN7wE

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