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Mapping change and changing mapping Danny Dorling

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Teaching urban change using the local area Charles Rawding

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Changing coastal fieldwork Morris Charlton, Nick Lapthorn, Daniel Moncrieff, Andrew Turney

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Into Africa: adapting and innovating Paul Hunt

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Geography's 'Tedious links' Hannah Spencer

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Teachers' understandings of geographical concepts Oliver Picton

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Changing rooms: geography through art Mark Jones and Simon Huson

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Teaching the geography of development from the 'big picture' Hannah Sassoon

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Promoting further study and careers in geography Steve Brace

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How to mentor beginner teachers Gemma Bott

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Geography: One of humanity's big ideas Alastair Bonnett

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My Place: Cockermouth, Cumbria Rachel Atherton

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Teaching Geography 2012 index Geographical Association

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Extra Resources

Maps used in Danny Dorling's article - these maps show how cartographic techniques have changed.

Urban change - Charles Rawding's PowerPoint includes a range of images showing urban change. Look at the 'notes' sections for more details.

Into Africa - a detailed scheme of work for the unit on Ethiopia devised by Paul Hunt

Wallwisher - the student research task from Paul Hunt's unit on Ethiopia

Tedious links - diagrams produced by Hannah Spencer's students

Concept maps - from Oliver Picton's article showing teachers' understandings of globalisation

Student work - from Hannah Sassoon's concept-led work on development

Hannah Sassoon's PowerPoint presentation - this uses the fabric analagy to review concepts

Hannah sassoon's PowerPoint presentation - used to stimulate and guide the students to create their diagrams

Cockermouth floods - images used in the article taken by Rachel Atherton in June 2012

Cockermouth maps - showing locations refered to in the article

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