The top four entries in the competition will win places to participate in the International Geography Olympiad 2014 (iGeo) to be held in Krakow from 12-18 August 2014.
The guide seeks to challenge many of the myths that surround working with numbers and inspire students to embrace quantitative skills. It contains personal stories from journalists, entrepreneurs, charity workers, academics and civil servants who have all taken steps to use quantitative skills confidently in their careers.
Over the next few years there are going to be significant changes made to curriculum and assessment from Primary right through to A Level. This page has links to websites and documents for further information.
Aimed at Post-16 students, this GA book investigates a series of questions about present and future energy use by humans including energy supply and consumption.
Geography students at three universities talk about their experiences of studying geography at degree level. The video and audio interviews are ideal for sharing with Post-16 students who are considering doing a geography degree.
This page has been created to help geography teachers understand the importance of a fact-based world view and to change the way we think and teach about development. It provides an introduction to Gapminder and Worldmapper and offers free resources to help you use the tools with students.
A set of free online CPD units that explore the complex issue of food security from both global and local perspectives. These units will provide you with ideas and resources that can be adapted to challenge and inspire your students.
In this unit, Year 8 students learned about the basics of plate tectonics, how and why earthquakes happen and how countries can minimise their impact.
Analysis of the 2012 GCSE and A/AS Level Geography exam results.
Seven complete lessons to help you incorporate multimedia technologies into your Key Stage 3 geography curriculum.
Get your students involved in this new geographical newspaper and they could win a lomography camera!
Free resources for GA members including advice on progression, guidance for raising standards and fieldwork activity ideas.
Find out about Maiden Erlegh School's popular Weather Club and well-used weather station.
Get your students reading fact and fiction books that complement their geography lessons with the help of this handy book list.
Are you starting your first year as a geography teacher? Check out our NQT Survival Pack which offers loads of great ideas, resources and advice to help you get through your NQT year.