Geography FM- Meeting 2

The next meeting of Geography FM will take place on Wednesday 6th of May- 8 p.m. – 9 p.m. . Please note the temporary change of date.

All teachers of geography are welcome, irrespective of age, experience or responsibility, so please feel free to join us at the next meeting. To register an interest, please request access to edit the Wiki, when permission is received, add your name to the attendees for the next meeting. If you feel brave and want to speak about a resource, topic or issue, please add to the agenda; alternatively add future meeting suggestions.

You can watch a replay of the last meeting here. Resources and links discussed during the meeting are archived on the Wiki.

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2 Comments

  1. Posted May 6, 2009 at 10:22 pm | Permalink

    Hello Tony,

    I thought that the web conference was very interesting. Pauline’s thought about sharing resources/ideas and being in the web conference can be intimidating especially as many Geographers see people like Noel and yourself as at the top of the profession in terms of practice. I have some ideas and I would like to contribute to the 101 Geography ideas and give something back.

    A little about me: I am an NQT at Healing Comprehenisve School near Griimsby. We have a blog and website:

    http://www.healingschoolgeographydepartment.com
    http://healingschoolgeography.blogspot.com

    I look forward to possibly collaborating with the wider Geography community in the future.

    Chris Still

  2. Tony_Cassidy
    Posted May 11, 2009 at 8:42 pm | Permalink

    Sorry, Chris, I know we exchanged emails, but this comment seemed to land in the spam box.

    You should now have access to the Google Doc, looking forward to your contributions.

    Nice sites, keep up the good work.

    Best wishes,

    T

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