4.45-6.45pm, Thursday 17th November, School of Geography and the Environment
The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) supports partnerships between school and higher education geography in a number of ways, including their Geography Ambassador scheme, supporting continuing professional development (CPD) for teachers, and developing educational resources for schools. As part of their ongoing work to strengthen these links, they are organising a range of regional CPD events to support local teachers with the teaching of new subject content.
In partnership with the University of Oxford, Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) are running a free teacher CPD event on Thursday 17th November, 4.45-6.45pm at the School of Geography and the Environment.
The session will be delivered by Professor Richard Washington and will cover the following two topics:
- Climate change: how we know it's happening and human-driven
- The large-scale hydrological cycle: what controls the distribution of rainy and dry areas across the globe
Booking is required.
If you are interested in attending this event, please contact: Maryam S-Draper, Project Officer: Schools and HE, RGS.