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Cartoon of a geographer

In the last few years I have found students transitioning between the primary and secondary curriculum to have a varied knowledge and understanding of geography as a subject. Whilst some students can demonstrate extensive geographical understanding, others can be polar... Continue Reading →

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Equipment check

I have recently implemented equipment templates in my classroom to remind students of the minimum expectations for bringing equipment to lessons, previously seen from @ASTsupportAAli. The template itself can then be placed on every desk, as a focus during both form... Continue Reading →

Request a ‘work’ selfie

I came across two tweets from @klbwood and @CA_Brown81 recently, and it just had to be magpied for my classroom! The concept is simple; students take a camera peg from the display and peg it over a page in their... Continue Reading →

Homework calendars

This year as a department our focus was to increase frequency of homework across Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 whilst reducing the need for teachers to remember to set the homework each week. Therefore we decided to trial... Continue Reading →

Speak like a geographer

There are many of my fellow tweachers (such as @jennnnnn_x and @stradderGEO) who were kind enough to share their amazing 'speak like a geographer' display ideas over the last year, and I have been dying to jump on this band... Continue Reading →

Geography display ideas

It is close to that time of year, OPEN EVENING, and therefore time to refresh displays. I have dedicated a large portion of my time over the last two years to revamping our department displays. I have included a photo... Continue Reading →

Tug of war

Inspired by a previous tweet from @HHPhilandEthics, I decided to trial 'tug of war' this week in two contrasting lessons. First of all, this strategy was used with my Year 9 students to explore various stakeholder opinions of globalisation. Students... Continue Reading →

Bunting: Geological time

I have seen many examples of bunting being created on twitter, so I decided to use this strategy to teach my Year 7 students geological time periods. The class was divided into groups with each student being assigned a different... Continue Reading →

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