Primary geography for the non-specialist
Who this course is for
Primary teachers who are not geography specialists.
Course dates and location
London - Tuesday 22 November 2016
Birmingham - Tuesday 29 November 2016
This course will support non-specialist teachers in developing geography in relation to the 2014 National Curriculum. It will support their subject understanding and the development of outstanding practice within the subject. Considering the question 'What is geography?', the day will also look at geographical skills, place and locational knowledge, progression and the subject’s contribution to the wider curriculum. The day will include presentations, group discussion and practical activities, including planning for a geographical enquiry into distant places.
Registration fees include all course materials, refreshments and lunch.
GA Personal/Group/Concessionary Member: £200
GA Personal/Group/Concessionary Member: £180
*Includes course fee and one year's GA membership for your school to Primary Geography
Aims and Outcomes
- Gain a better understanding of geography's core knowledge and skills, within the context of the National Curriculum.
- Learn how geography supports and contributes to the wider curriculum.
- Find out about key resources and approaches for planning and teaching outstanding geography.
- Explore issues and ideas for investigating distant places.
09.00-09.30: Coffee and registration
09.30-11.00: Session 1 - What is geography?
11.00-11.15: Refreshment break
11.15-12.45: Session 2 - Geography and the national curriculum
13.30-15.30: Session 3 - Planning for a geographical enquiry into distant places
Ben Ballin, Consultant to the GA
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Contact the GA's Events Assistant Harriet Brookes (0114 296 0088) who will be happy to help.
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