Primary Geography

The Geographical Association’s National Festival of Fieldwork is designed to provide a focal point to encourage teachers to take their classes outside in the month of June, whether in the school grounds, the local area or further afield. This is a great opportunity for trainee teachers to plan and teach some fieldwork supported by their mentor.

Julia Mackintosh, the NASBTT Associate Consultant for Primary Geography, has created a short (18 min) presentation focused on how planning and teaching fieldwork can help trainees to understand more about the discipline of geography and to support trainees and their mentors to co-plan and teach fieldwork. It also provides links to a range of free online resources.

Watch the recording in the Primary Geography Resources in our Teacher Educator and Mentoring Zone (TEMZ).

The recording is located in the video section.


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