Delegates will be able to follow a programme of sessions linked to the Global Learning Programme (GLP) that will raise awareness of issues such as trade, development, identity, migration and diversity.
The global learning pathway will extend delegates’ subject knowledge and promote their thinking about developing pupils' understanding of global issues, particularly through enquiry and critical thinking. It will also provide information and support for teachers about different ways to engage with the GLP.
This CPD pathway will help deepen teachers’ own knowledge and make sense of linking different aspects of global learning, for example through curriculum making and progression, and strengthen aspects of their classroom practice.
KS2 and KS3
Curriculum development; Development of specific subject (i.e. Maths, English etc.) or curriculum area; Teaching and learning
Jon-Paul Davies, Geography Teacher, d'Overbroeck's College, Oxford and Member of the GA Sustainability and Citizenship Group Dr Ian Cook, Associate Professor of Geography, University of Exeter Alan Parkinson, Head of Geography, King's Ely Junior School Dr Peter Mackie, Senior Lecturer, Cardiff School of Geography and Planning, Cardiff University Susan Knight, Secretary of GA International Special Interest Group Nicholas Roxburgh, Postgraduate student, Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy, University of Leeds
The GA Annual Conference global learning pathway takes place on Friday 21 and Saturday 22 April. You can attend one or both days. Each year the GA Annual Conference attracts more than 750 delegates from all phases of geography education. At the 2014 Conference in Guildford more than 30 countries were represented at our international Conference. Your registration will give you access to all sessions within the programme, lunch and refreshments, an Exhibition of over 50 organisations and networking opportunities.Contact provider Booking only available to GLP members. Login