Live events explained...

Online events are a key feature of GEO, with sessions happening weekly throughout this term on a range of themes and topics.

Tutorials provide hands-on advice and guidance, and support students with their independent investigations and key geographical skills. Delivered in partnership with the Field Studies Council, there are ten sessions for A level and four for GCSE.

Lectures offer inspiration and the opportunity for students to delve into key topics with speakers at the forefront of geographical research. As well as the lectures already on the calendar, you can also look forward to sessions from Laura Gregory (University of Leeds), Servel Miller (University of Chester) and Sylvia Knight (Royal Meteorological Society) later in the term.

Look at the calendar now, to plan ahead for the sessions you’d like to attend.

N.B. Teachers must book sessions in advance on behalf of their students. After booking, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to join the session which you can share with your students.

There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions during the live events. Teachers will be responsible for the conduct of their students and inappropriate comments will be deleted from the chat. Recorded versions of the lectures and tutorials will also be available to watch later, if you are unable to attend the live event, or want to listen to it again.

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The views and opinions expressed in the GEO lectures and tutorials are those of the authors and presenters and are not necessarily those held by the Geographical Association.

Lectures

26th November 2020,
16:00

Tectonic hazards in the Caribbean: hazard, vulnerability, impact and risk

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2nd December 2020,
17:00

Global institutions: do they still have a role in the 21st century?

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3rd December 2020,
16:00

The weather of 2020

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8th December 2020,
17:00

Sustainability – a key geographical concept

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Tutorials

Past events

24th November 2020,
16:00

More than 20% – why your independent investigation really matters

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23rd November 2020,
16:00

Graphical skills in GCSE geography

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19th November 2020,
16:00

Faults and earthquake hazard: the past is the key to the present

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17th November 2020,
16:00

Embedding GIS in enquiry

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