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David Gardner
Leicester, Midlands and London
Position:PGCE Geography Secondary Lecturer Goldsmiths University London
Talk/Workshop topics: Teaching and learning in geography, assessment approaches, curriculum planning/making, global learning, using ICT in geography.
Background: QCA/QCDA national lead adviser for geography, global dimension and sustainable development, exemplification of standards in Foundation Subjects 2005-2011, 28 years experience of teaching geography and ICT. Head of geography in two secondary schools, author of a range of textbooks and teacher guides, current chair of GA’s Education Group.

Peter Fox
Nottingham/Derby, East Midlands
Position: Leading Teacher (Secondary)
Talk/Workshop topics: Teacher and student  workshops; Use of Multimedia ; Fieldwork – especially urban rebranding and rural Issues.
Background: Past President of the GA; Editor of Secondary Handbook and Discovering Cities; Named Trustee of the GA; Member of ICTSIG (former chairman of this group).

Tony Cassidy

Location: Nottingham, East Midlands
Position: Geography teacher with responsibility for whole school teaching and learning development
Talk/Workshop topics: Creative strategies for teaching and learning in the geography classroom.
Geography teacher and part-time author and web author (creator of Radical Geography website); FRGS; CCeog (Teacher); Member of the GA Sustainability and Citizenship Special Interest Group.


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