Category Archives: Collaboration

Introducing #geogshare


A rare blog post… A New Year brings with it new challenges and opportunities. 2016 brings new specifications for GCSE and ‘A’ level first teaching, alongside the last year of the existing specifications. The creation of resources for these new specifications will result in thousands of teachers duplicating effort. Local and world events will inevitably […]

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LEGO collaboration

Wondering whether people have a spare five minutes to contribute to this collaborative document about using Lego in the geography classroom. Direct link is here. If you’re not happy with Google Docs, please email or tweet me your ideas. For past collaborations see.

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Geography for a pound…

Thank you if you attended the workshop yesterday. A particular thanks to Alan Parkinson (who basically organised me and the workshop- it should have been his name under the title.) and John Sayers who were my co-presenters, thereby making sure I didn’t have too much time to humiliate myself. The aim of the workshop was […]

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It’s time for revision…

Some ideas we collated last year, let me know if you would like to contribute to them. Two more collaborative presentations can also be found here.

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Building form group rapport

Not geography but I would appreciate your help. I’ve been providing some input lately about the role of the form tutor. One difficult question that came up was about how the the form tutor develops rapport with, and within, the group. I’ve started this GoogleDoc to collate some ideas. Thanks to those that have already […]

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GIS in the classroom – a collaboration of ideas

From Noel Jenkins at Digital Geography, I’ve created a Google Docs presentation to generate some ideas for using GIS in the classroom. Please get in touch if you’d like to help out. You’ll need to create a Google account first. I’m looking for ideas for both primary and secondary classrooms. Inspiration of course comes from […]

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101 Creatively simple ways to teach Geography

In response to a post on the SLN Geography forum, I’ve started this collaborative presentation. Hopefully others will contribute to the document development. The nice thing about Google Docs is they can be downloaded as a pdf and ppt. Please email/pm/twitter dm me with your email address, so I can add you to the collaborators […]

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