If you're a Geography or STEM educator, and you're looking for a convincing arguement to get those youngsters into your courses as a way of increasing their options for the future. Then look no further! You're going to want to read this!
Turning football hysteria into teaching resources: Euro 2020 and development indicators.
#GeographyTeacher #DecadeInReview 2010-19 (Pt 2) - Nos 5 to 1 in my top-ten run-down of noteworthy 'geographical' items of the past decade. Ft. @StrikeClimate @BirdgirlUK @BBCWorld #DigitalPlanet @Gapminder @MetOffice @ClimateSignals
We all have experiences in our lives that change our mentality and perspective - for better or worse. Some of these experiences even change who we are. Next month (June 2019), as part of this year's Norwich-Dedza Partnership exchange teachers from Malawi will be visiting the UK. So in celebration and preparation for that, I will be re-blogging the thoughts I made during my visit to Malawi in 2013.
As football World Cup hysteria goes into overdrive with England's dogged success (so-far), time again for us teachers to take advantage. #GarethSouthgateWould appreciate the #geography geekiness in all this...!
The once-every-4-years hysteria is here again. Whether you love the 'beautiful game' or loathe it, what is undeniable is that the FIFA World Cup can provide a boon of teaching opportunities. Featuring @FiveThirtyEight, @CONIFAOfficial
The @exploratorium's Observatory has that 'hidden treasure' feel about it, but each time you visit and open you eyes, the more wondrous it becomes.
Contribution to @TheWorldsLesson discussion about #TeachSDGs; sharing a resource using SDG statistics regarding the development of Nigeria.