Secondary Geography Conference with L.E.A.D Academy Trust and the Geographical Association RK298 / A199
- L.E.A.D. Teaching School Hub, Lincoln, LN6 3QR
Intended impact of the programme
- To enable improved planning and implementation of a well-sequenced and coherent curriculum that will have maximum impact on students' geographical learning
- To explore activities that will encourage students to think like geographers
- To explore what high-quality geography fieldwork looks like and how it can be embedded into the curriculum
Overview of the programme content
Session 1We will begin the day by understanding the importance of a well-sequenced and coherent curriculum before applying some planning tools which can help build in progression and have maximum impact on students' geographical learning
Session 2The second session will take the concept of students 'thinking like a geographer' to explore what this really means and how students can develop knowledge and skills for a range of activities.
Session 3This session will begin by exploring what high-quality geography fieldwork looks like using criteria from the Geography Quality Mark Centre of Excellence. Ideas for an embedding fieldwork within the curriculum will be explored along with 'quick wins' for supporting Year 11s with the fieldwork element of the GCSE paper.
- All secondary phase Geography teachers
- Leaders of Geography
Who is the course leader?
|Secondary Geography Conference||07 March 2024||09:00-16:00||L.E.A.D Teaching School Hub|
|State-funded school or college||Activity fee£99.00 +VAT|
|Fee-paying school or college (independent)||Activity fee£99.00 +VAT|
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