The 2021 Geographical Association Annual Conference (GAConf21) is shaping up to be one of the most diverse yet, in terms of contributors and issues, with a healthy focus on decolonising education. The Decolonising Geography group have collated this shortlist of sessions that focus on this and related issues. It is not exhaustive, so please ensure you check out the full GAConf21 programme for yourself.
Get active, be part of the change, make your voice heard. Book your place at GAConf21 via http://bit.ly/GAeConf
Kit Marie Rackley (they/she) is an award-winning ex high-school Geography teacher in the UK. Throughout that time and continuing today, Kit Marie provides teacher continuous professional development (CPD) and training, which previously included a role as Associate Tutor for the School of Education at the University of East Anglia.
Kit Marie has worked as an education consultant and project manager with climate and energy scientists, including researchers based at NOAA Boulder, Colorado and as an educator and trainer at the Exploratorium Museum in San Francisco, California, and is now freelance consultant with the UK’s Geographical Association and the National Association of School-Based Teacher Trainers (NASBTT). They are a published educational author, including works with National Geographic Kids and Diverse Educators.
Kit Marie is a strong and passionate advocate of youth voice and empowerment, decolonising the curriculum, and inclusive and intersectional education. Much of their work revolves around the climate crisis, focusing around framing it as a school safeguarding issue. Kit Marie runs an educational resource blog at Geogramblings.com, and is host and producer of the Coffee & Geography podcast.
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