We are delighted to announce the launch of our new Teacher Hub.
The Hub draws together expertise and insights from our world leading team to provide key resources for geography teachers, A Level students, and those in post-16 education.
Plugging into themes and topics in the A level curriculum, the Hub will support teachers and students in their learning with recorded content, Q&A sessions, activities, and in-classroom tasks.
The Hub continues a long tradition of schools engagement, focussed last term around Monday Night Lectures covering everything from glaciers to changing places. This term, we’re excited to announce a programme of lectures and resources on volcanic hazards, urban environments, wildfires and the carbon cycle, and modern slavery.
TeacherHub includes not just free online lectures by our experts, which will be permanently available on our YouTube Channel, but also worksheets and factsheets to support student learning and engagement.
Dr Bethan Davies, who heads up our schools outreach team, commented:
“We are excited to launch TeacherHub>Geography, which we hope will provide excellent and useful online A-Level Geography teaching resources at a time when they are sorely needed by teachers. We anticipate that these free lectures, worksheets and factsheets will be especially useful as we pivot to online learning during the current pandemic”.
To find out more, head over to http://www.royalholloway.ac.uk/geography/Teacher-Hub