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Upcoming Geography CPD Summer 2011

Discussion in 'Geography' started by ClaireWheeler, Apr 20, 2011.

  1. <font face="Calibri">CPD Opportunities from the RGS-IBG</font><font face="Calibri">Every year the RGS-IBG offers a series of events, courses and conferences for geography teachers. RGS-IBG Fellows and Members (including School Members) are eligible for discounts on all our upcoming CPD events.</font>Booking forms, full programmes and more information can be found here (http://www.rgs.org/teachercpd<font size="3" face="Calibri">) or by contacting Claire at </font>c.wheeler@rgs.org<font size="3"> </font><font face="Calibri"> </font><font face="Calibri">New and Aspiring Heads of Geography</font><font face="Calibri">Aimed at teachers who are either in their first few years as a Head of Geography, or plan a career move in the near future, these events will focus on the important issues Heads of Department now face. These
    include compulsory GIS in the curriculum, becoming an outstanding teacher or department, enquiry based learning, innovative fieldwork and much more. These events will also give teachers a chance to network and share ideas&ndash; a vital tool in enhancing teaching and learning.</font><font face="Calibri">Next event in this series:</font><font face="Calibri">Tuesday 28th June 2011, St Mary&rsquo;s RC High School, Chesterfield</font><font face="Calibri">Members &pound;100 / Non Members &pound;180 (includes RGS-IBG School Membership)</font><font face="Calibri"> </font><font face="Calibri">Investigating Geography</font><font face="Calibri">This event series will provide access to up to date and relevant information about the latest thinking in geography teaching, through lectures, interactive workshops and top quality speakers. Aimed at KS3-5
    teachers at all points in their career, these events will be a great addition to your annual CPD programme.</font><font face="Calibri">Next event in this series:</font><font face="Calibri">Thursday 30th June 2011, RGS-IBG, London</font><font face="Calibri">Members &pound;100 / Non Members &pound;180 (includes RGS-IBG School Membership)</font><font face="Calibri"> </font><font face="Calibri">Ready, Set, Teach!</font><font face="Calibri">These conferences for PGCE students, trainee teachers and those preparing for a PGCE are fundamental in preparing delegates for life in a busy geography department. A fantastic way to start thinking about CPD!</font><font face="Calibri">Next event in this series:</font><font face="Calibri">Thursday 7th July 2011, RGS-IBG, London</font><font face="Calibri">Members &pound;10 / Non Members &pound;30 (includes Young Geographer Membership)</font><font face="Calibri"> </font><font face="Calibri">Subject Knowledge Updates</font><font face="Calibri">A series of evening sessions each focusing on a different theme, these will cover the basic information for teaching that topic and provide up to date case study material and resources.</font><font face="Calibri">Next event in this series:</font><font face="Calibri">Globalisation, Monday 11th July 2011, RGS-IBG, London</font><font face="Calibri">Members &pound;30 / Non Members &pound;40</font>
    http://www.rgs.org/teachercpd or email Claire at c.wheeler@rgs.org
     
  2. CPD Opportunities from the Royal Geographical Society with IBG

    Every year the RGS-IBG offers a series of events, courses and conferences for geography teachers. RGS-IBG Fellows and Members (including School Members) are eligible for discounts on all our upcoming CPD events.
    Booking forms, full programmes and more information can be found here (http://www.rgs.org/teachercpd) or by contacting Claire at c.wheeler@rgs.org

    New and Aspiring Heads of Geography
    Aimed at teachers who are either in their first few years as a Head of Geography, or plan a career move in the near future, these events will focus on the important issues Heads of Department now face. These include compulsory GIS in the curriculum, becoming an outstanding teacher or department, enquiry based learning, innovative fieldwork and much more. These events will also give teachers a chance to network and share ideas- a vital tool in enhancing teaching and learning.
    Next event in this series:
    Tuesday 28th June 2011, St Mary's RC High School, Chesterfield
    Members &pound;100 / Non Members &pound;180 (includes RGS-IBG School Membership)

    Investigating Geography
    This event series will provide access to up to date and relevant information about the latest thinking in geography teaching, through lectures, interactive workshops and top quality speakers. Aimed at KS3-5 teachers at all points in their career, these events will be a great addition to your annual CPD programme.
    Next event in this series:
    Thursday 30th June 2011, RGS-IBG, London
    Members &pound;100 / Non Members &pound;180 (includes RGS-IBG School Membership)

    Ready, Set, Teach!
    These conferences for PGCE students, trainee teachers and those preparing for a PGCE are fundamental in preparing delegates for life in a busy geography department. A fantastic way to start thinking about CPD!
    Next event in this series:
    Thursday 7th July 2011, RGS-IBG, London
    Members &pound;10 / Non Members &pound;30 (includes Young Geographer Membership)

    Subject Knowledge Updates
    A series of evening sessions each focusing on a different theme, these will cover the basic information for teaching that topic and provide up to date case study material and resources.
    Next event in this series:
    Globalisation, Monday 11th July 2011, RGS-IBG, London
    Members &pound;30 / Non Members &pound;40

    http://www.rgs.org/teachercpd or email Claire at c.wheeler@rgs.org
     

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