Going outside: ideas for primary geography fieldwork
Who is this course for
Primary geography teachers and geography subject leaders
Course date and location
Leeds - Tuesday 13 June 2017 (online booking closed)
This hands-on course uses the outdoor environment as the inspiration to develop your geography curriculum. The National Curriculum states that geography should inspire in pupils a curiosity and fascination about the world that remains with them for the rest of their lives; what better way to achieve this than by immersing pupils in real-world geography outside of the classroom? The course will provide numerous ideas for engaging fieldwork and will increase teachers’ confidence in getting out of the classroom.
Registration fees include all course materials, refreshments and lunch.
GA Personal/Group/Concessionary Member: £180
*Includes course fee and one year's GA membership for your school to
Aims and outcomes
- Feel confident in using the outdoor environment for hands-on geography.
- Understand how using the outdoor environment can contribute to outstanding geography.
- Develop geographical and cross-curricular activities that develop pupils’ geographical skills.
- Discuss and share ideas for outdoor geography with other primary teachers.
- Find out how to locate existing good practice, resources and further support.
09.00-09.30: Coffee and registration
09.30-11.00: Practical Session 1 – Sense of place
11.00-11.15: Refreshment break
11.15-13.00: Practical session 2 – Mapping
13.45-15.30: Practical session 3 - Plenary
Nell Lee, Consultant to the GA
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