Geography Teachers' Conference
Durham University's Geography Department will be holding a free conference for teachers on 18-19th July 2017.
The conference sessions will address selected aspects of the new curriculum, including:
Thinking Geopolitics: Governance and Citizenship in a Changing World
Governing human trafficking, forced labour and “modern day slavery.”
Water and climate in the North Atlantic region, past, present and future
Hazard and risk in Nepal: planning for future earthquake disasters
1) The place of nature, and 2) Climate change and migration in critical perspective
Changing Place, Changing Places: Quantitative Approaches to Class, Ethnicity and Conflict
It will enable Geography teachers:
- to meet and discuss the new curriculum with world-leading experts;
- to gather resources for use in the classroom, including lesson plans and teaching materials; and
- to network with other UK Geography teachers.
Speakers will include: Professor Louise Amoore, Dr Siobhan McGrath, Dr Lisa Baldini, Dr Tom Robinson, Dr Andrew Baldwin and Niall Cunningham.
You can now book your place here.