An article was written for the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) "Ideas From Teachers" blog. Student leadership and youth empowerment has always been a core component of my approach to teaching, and I learned to recognise and move from ‘tokenism’ leadership towards ‘partnership’. Here’s my experience, which may give you some encouragement and ideas to hand over the reins yourself.
A performance piece inspired by young people for the Youth Climate Summit 2020. Written, performed and produced by Kit Rackley. Watch the performance , and click on the links embedded in the lyrics to explore case-studies of positive climate action by young people.
Calling all teachers, schools and students at both the primary and secondary phases! The Youth Climate Summit is a free, week-long virtual festival (9-13 Nov) of themed discussions and activities. Read more to whet your appetite!
#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
Global Climate Strike (Friday 20th September): My open letter to school leaders.
My first week at the Exploratorium, and again I find myself having the pleasure of seeing young people in action. Featuring: @exploratorium