GEO (Geography Education Online) is an innovative new website created by the Geographical Association (GA), for students studying for GCSE geography, A level geography or equivalent qualifications. GEO is designed to offer young geographers a new and engaging way to extend their geographical thinking and support examination success in 2021 and beyond.
The GEO website provides access to live online sessions with fieldwork tutors, live academic lectures and interactive subject content, free of charge. The site is mainly designed to support students working independently – alone or in groups. Teachers will also find GEO the perfect complement to their teaching and support for students, whether at home or in schools and colleges – register for free and log in to access the Teacher Area.
GEO is made possible by a grant from Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency. Innovate UK is part of UK Research and Innovation. For more information visit www.innovateuk.ukri.org. Innovate UK are funding a wide range of new ideas to help overcome the disruption caused globally by COVID-19, including the disruption caused to geography education.
Discover the World Education
Discover the World Education are a leading provider of international field studies visits. DTWE have put together a series of Online Revision Sessions which will run throughout the Autumn term. Find out more about the sessions' content and how to register here.
The Field Studies Council
The Field Studies Council (FSC) is an environmental education charity providing informative and enjoyable opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to discover, explore, and understand the environment. The FSC have parterned with the GA on many of the Live events taking place in during Autumn 2020.
Coral Live - Encounter Edu
AXA Coral Live is an annual live lesson event connecting students to coral experts at the CARMABI biodiversity and marine research station. The live event offers teachers a fresh way to build literacy, practice working scientifically, inspire STEM careers and develop environmental stewardship among students. Running for a fifth year, the programme welcomes thousands of students from around the world to partake in free live lessons over a two-week period.