ABOUT THIS COURSE
Leading fieldwork can be a daunting task, just how much freedom can be achieved? How does one plan and analyse student ideas into a manageable study? What are the benefits of ‘’short and sweet’’ v ‘’longer is stronger’’? How to do fieldwork ‘on the cheap’ and still get outstanding results?
This course will help you to remove the trepidation in running your own trips and increase your confidence so that you can solve many of the potential issues as they arise (so long as you plan well in advance).
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
- Breaking down what it takes to run a fieldtrip for the NEA
- Making light work of the dreaded risk assessments
- Learning lessons about constraint and manageability
- Building on what is there: using what you’ve got
- Where and how to benefit from innovation and ‘different’ studies
- The need to let students off the leash.
- Materials will be provided to help teachers to cover the content in innovative and student-friendly ways that push the highest ability students
- Suitable for all specifications
||London | Monday 6 December 2021
|WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Heads of Department (Geography)
- Lead Geography Teachers
- Teachers who want to be more adventurous with their fieldwork provision
- Teachers leading trips for the first time
||You can also book this as an In-School Course
- A specially prepared folder of 50+ pages full of detailed notes, practical advice and guidance
- Notes prepared by the educational experts leading the course
- Expert produced PowerPoint presentations
- CPD Certificate of attendance
- Two course restaurant lunch
- Refreshments throughout the day
- Guaranteed high quality venues