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Hybrid Conference 2022 session downloads

From 11–13 April we welcomed delegates from all over the world to take part in the GA Annual Conference and Exhibition with a range of lectures and workshops to find out about the latest ideas, resources and support in primary and secondary geography. The conference took place simultaneously at the University of Surrey, Guildford and online.

Session downloads

Please note that the contents of these presentations have been compiled by each presenter and are not the property of the GA. If you have any copyright queries, please contact the GA (info@geography.org.uk).

Tuesday

Entangled worlds: geography and sustainability in classroom contexts

Dr Stephen Scoffham, Visiting Lecturer in Sustainability and Education, Canterbury Christ Church University and Steve Rawlinson, Chair, Primary Geography Editorial Board

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

The Responsible Traveller: how can 21st century educational travel be sustainable?

Chris Hoare Head of Humanities, Kings’ School Nad Al Sheba, Dubai, Head of Education, Camps International and Damien Scott-Masson, Director of Education, Camps International

Download: PowerPoint presentation (part 1)

Download: PowerPoint presentation (part 2)

 

Practical steps to diversify your geography lessons

Chantal Mayo-Hollaway, Curriculum Lead for Geography Ormiston Shelfield Community Academy, Nona Anderson, Teacher of Geography, Chestnut Grove Academy, member of Decolonising Geography and Damini Sureshgar, Teacher of Geography, Haydon School, member of Decolonising Geography – Pearson sponsored session

 

Atlas of the Invisible: powerful maps and concepts for the classroom

Kit Marie Rackley, Freelance Educator at Geogramblings.com, and Consultant to the GA & NASBTT; and Prof. James Cheshire, Professor of Geographic Information and Cartography, UCL

Download: Powerpoint presentation

Atlas of the Invisible educational resources

Padlet/post-it discussion

 

Developing a professional development framework for teachers of geography

Dr Rebecca Kitchen, Head of Professional Development, Geographical Association

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Linking time and place: history and geography in EY-KS2

Anthony Barlow, Principal Lecturer in Primary Geography Education and Karin Doull, Principal Lecturer in Primary History Education, University of Roehampton (GA EYPPC and HA)

Download: PDF

 

Presidential Lecture

‘Everyday Geographies’ – the power of the quotidian

Alan Parkinson, Head of Geography, Kings Ely School, President of the Geographical Association 2021-22

Download: PDF

 

Tuesday

 

Lecture 9, all KS

They arrive to school each day, but from where?

Andy Funnell, Head of Geography, Omagh High School

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Lecture 11, all KS

Making connections between lived experiences and school geography

Margaret Roberts, GA President (2008–09)

Download: PowerPoint presentation 1 and 2

Download: PowerPoint presentation 3

 

Lecture 12, EYFS-KS2

Weather 101: why weather matters

Anthony Barlow, Principal Lecturer in Primary Geography Education, University of Roehampton

Download:  PDF

 

Lecture 14, KS2-P16

I’m looking through you: geographies of glass, an everyday substance

Brendan Conway, Geography teacher and teacher trainer, Notre Dame Senior School; GI-Pedagogy, St Mary’s University Twickenham

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Lecture 15, all KS

Seven experiences of young people and inequalities

Prof. Danny Dorling, Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography, University of Oxford

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Lecture 16, P16

Building deeper connections with content in A level geography

Sally Sumpter, Teacher of Geography, Wales High School and AQA examiner – AQA sponsored session

Download: PDF

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Lecture 19 – Coffee and Geography: what we can learn from ‘everyday conversations’

 Kit Marie Rackley, Freelance Educator at Geogramblings.com and Consultant to the GA & NASBTT

Session recording with slides: https://youtu.be/bMYfHaYyKlk

Coffee & Geography Podcast webpage and resources: https://geogramblings.com/coffee-geography-podcast/

 

Lecture Plus, all KS

A curriculum framework for school geography – a GA national initiative: how to ensure a high-quality geography curriculum

Alan Kinder, GA former Chief Executive, and Eleanor Rawling, Honorary research fellow, University of Oxford

Download: Presentation

 

Workshop 2, KS4-P16

Atlas of the Invisible: powerful maps and concepts for the classroom

Paul Turner, Radical Geographer and Curriculum Author; Kit Marie Rackley, Freelance Educator at Geogramblings.com, and Consultant to the GA & NASBTT; and Prof. James Cheshire, Professor of Geographic Information and Cartography, UCL

Download: Powerpoint

Resources: https://bit.ly/3NWSPG9

 

Workshop 11, KS3-P16

Fieldwork in your pocket: five mini fieldwork investigations about the everyday

Claire Kyndt, Teacher of Geography, King’s Ely

Presentation slides

 

Workshop 16, KS1-2

Meanings and microcosms: teaching for the class you have

Sarah Khan, Primary Geography Lead

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Workshop 17, KS3-P16

The north-east Norfolk coastline: 30 years of change?

Are all the beaches and cliffs on the north-east Norfolk coastline rapidly changing? Are there elements

Colin Bye, Teacher of Geography, Fakenham Academy

Download: PDF

 

Workshop 18, KS3-P16

The ultimate SO WHAT? Putting UK climate change on the map 

David Morgan, GIS Education Consultant and Kit Marie Rackley, Freelance Educator at Geogramblings.com, Consultant to the GA and NASBTT – Esri sponsored session

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Lecture 25, KS3-4

A curriculum design process: bringing ‘everyday geographies’ to life

David Gardner, Consultant to the GA and Rachel Denison, Head of Geography Wilson’s School

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Research Paper, KS1-3

Professional Development and Primary Teachers’ Decision Making

Lisa Clarke, Masters’ Graduate, Dublin City University

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Wednesday

 

Workshop 27, KS2-P16

Everyday voices: centring communities; connecting stories

Chantal Mayo-Hollaway, Curriculum Lead for Geography Ormiston Shelfield Community Academy and Akhera Williams, Community Organiser, Reroot.ED co-founder and Undergraduate Geography – King’s College London

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Workshop 30, KS2-P16

‘Everywhere you go, always take the weather with you’  

Brendan Conway, Geography teacher and teacher trainer, Notre Dame Senior School; GI-Pedagogy, St Mary’s University Twickenham

Download: PowerPoint presentations (part 1) (part 2) (part 3)

 

Workshop 35, KS3-P16

To infinity and beyond: everyday subject knowledge through ITE and ECT

Michael Simmons, Secondary Programme Lead at the John Taylor SCITT

Download: PowerPoint presentation

Download: Geography subject knowledge audit: ITE and ECT

 

Workshop 36, KS1-2

Everyday actions for a better world

Julia Tanner and Jane Whittle, GA Publications Board

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Workshop 37, KS2-4

Similarities and differences in everyday geography – contrasting places in the UK and Kenya through Google Earth    

Lynda Evans, Chair of Trustees – Team Kenya

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Lecture 33, KS3-P16

I am a geographer! What does a professional geographer do?

David Morgan, GIS Education Consultant – Esri sponsored session

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Workshop 38, KS3-4

The Strive for Carbon Neutrality : Iceland and Norway    

Karen Corfield, Education Travel Manager – Discover the World Education sponsored session

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Lecture 38, P16

Supporting students to publish their ‘everyday geographies’ in Routes: a workshop for teachers

Dr Lizzie Rushton, Lecturer in Geography Education and Managing Editor of Routes and Dr Cyrus Nayeri, Head of Geography, Dulwich College; Editor-in-Chief of Routes

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Teacher to Teacher, EYFS-KS2

Unleash your passion

Sarah Khan, Primary Geography Lead

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Lecture 45, KS3-P16

Developing geographical enquiry through virtual fieldwork

Shelley Monk, Geography Subject Advisor – OCR sponsored session

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Workshop 51, KS4-P16

Active geographical learning using Harkness discussions

David Alcock, Teacher of Geography, Bradford Grammar School

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Workshop 52, KS3-P16

Using project-based learning to share everyday geographies

Briley Habib and Daryl Sinclair, Secondary Geography Teachers

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Workshop 54, KS3-P16

How can we teach about the everyday in a way that is reduced but not reductive?

Caiti Walter, Head of Humanities, Prendergast School

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Lecture 49, all KS

Creating video games to teach hazards

Edward McGowan, Postgraduate researcher, University of Leicester

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Workshop 57, KS3-P16

Everyday assessment: diagnostic not judgemental

Michael Simmons, Secondary Programme Lead at the John Taylor SCITT (GA AESIG)

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Research Paper, all KS

Finding the rainbow in the geography curriculum

Alice Hoy, Geography Teacher (ECT)

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

Research Paper, all KS

An investigation into the construction of secondary geography teacher identity

Ruth Till, Postgraduate Researcher and Teacher of Geography

Download: PowerPoint presentation

 

TeachMeet

Slow Ways Shout Poem

Curriculum Author; Kit Marie Rackley, Freelance Educator at Geogramblings.com, and Consultant to the GA & NASBTT

Resources: The Slow Ways Shout! (GACONF22 TEACHMEET) – Geogramblings

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