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April 29, 2014  

Ensuring that pupils make progress has such a high profile in everything schools do

and so has recording, monitoring and accounting for it. John Hopkin, head of accreditation for the Geographical Association, looks at life after levels for progression.

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April 29, 2014  

John Hopkin, head of accreditation for the Geographical Association, looks at practices to support the process of adapting to the new curriculum.

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April 29, 2014  

John Hopkin, head of accreditation for the Geographical Association, looks at some of the challenges posed by the new secondary geography curriculum.

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April 29, 2014  

There can’t be a geography teacher in the country unaware of the rapidly approaching new national curriculum: the pace of change is relentless. It is an opportunity to rethink how we engage our young people with finding out about the Earth- our home, and the fascinating and complex subject of our study.

 

 

 

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April 29, 2014  

How do we teach about the wider world? What does good practice look like?

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April 29, 2014  

Enquiry, mapping and fieldwork still matter but communication techniques have added a whole new world of possibilities.

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April 29, 2014  

How do you evaluate your geography provision? What impact is it having on learners? What is there out there to support you to do this and what is in the pipeline? It's that elephant in the room- assessment.

 

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April 29, 2014  

Planning for success Geography can contribute to school improvement by providing valid contexts for literacy and numeracy, but it's important to get the geography right first. Where do you start?

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April 29, 2014  

A new curriculum for geography comes into force from September 2014. What are its essential messages and how ought we interpret them?

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