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Creating Bespoke Discussion Groups 20 April 2020
This page documents my lesson today using Team Channels to create smaller bespoke discussion groups for a new topic on the Food and Health OptionI'm starting a new lesson topic today on the Role of Organisations,... more
Using Teams alongside InThinking 1 April 2020
In this lesson I show a mock-up of a recent (Teams) introduction to a lesson on vector-borne and water-borne disease.So in my school we use Microsoft Teams, which sets up each of my classes as a team... more
Research Essays for our 'Lost Cohorts' 27 March 2020
With our final year students no longer facing May examinations how can we occupy them and provide some academic focus? This page suggests a research focus on the current pandemic.Our students are preparing... more
Distance Learning Lesson - Disease Outbreak 23 March 2020
Notes on how I am planning my next IB Geography lesson via distance learningStudents should work in pairs and have been contracted by the World Health Organisation (WHO) in their disease prevention unit. more
Climate Change Impacts at the Regional Scale 4 October 2018
These excellent maps provide a detailed spatial pattern of climate change impacts at the continental scale. It overlaps specific climate threats to show hotspots,with population density and megacities. more
Earthquakes produce both primary and secondary hazards. Primary hazards inlcude shaking ground and collapsing buildings. Secondary hazards include landslides, fires and tsunamis. The magnitude of an... more
How maps look different when women map them 17 March 2018
Written by Sarah Holder for City Lab I thought this article was really interesting and has great application for TOK. It describes the general picture of male dominance in the world of mapping and this... more
Welcome message 8 March 2018
The following video is a short screencast tour of the site to show the resources, how they are organised and to help you navigate it. The site has been written with the geography teacher and student in... more