10 October 2022 at 16:00-18:00 BST
This online event is designed for teachers who are delivering either GCSE or A level Geography and aims to help you improve the diversity and inclusivity of your geography lessons.
The course will cover:
- Ways to improve the diversity and inclusivity of geography lessons through critical questioning, case studies and resource selection.
- Opportunities to decolonise and critique aspects of geographical knowledge in existing schemes of work.
- Discuss experiences of adapting your geography curriculum to improve diversity and inclusion.
- Provide practical ideas to take away and use in your classroom.
Your trainers for this event will be Nona Anderson and Chantal Mayo-Hollaway. Nona teaches GCSE and A level Geography at an academy in south London. Chantal teaches GCSE and A level Geography and is a geography lead at a multi-academy trust. Both Nona and Chantal teach Peason Edexcel Geography qualifications and are members of the Decolonising Geography educators' group.
These sessions can count as 2 hours of CPD. You will receive an e-certificate by email, post attendance.
Please note: As this session may be repeated, and to ensure recorded content is not accessed by undisclosed third parties, it is Pearson’s policy not to share recordings for paid training events.