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TeacherHub>Geography

TeacherHub>Geography

Welcome to the Royal Holloway Department of Geography TeacherHub>Geography.

Our initiative for post-16 education provides freely available resources for Geography teachers. This includes videos from expert academics on topics relevant to the UK Geography curriculum, showcasing the latest thinking on key subjects, downloadable summaries to distribute in the classroom, and in-class guided activities to support student learning.

On this TeacherHub site, you can also find information about our Geography for Schools Lecture Series. These 30 minute lectures by our experts are premiered on our Facebook page, and are archived for future reference on our YouTube Channel and on our Teaching Resources page.

In this video below, Dr. Alasdair Pinkerton outlines some of the reasons why we should study Geography.

 

Our objectives are to listen to what you need in order to create high value resources that are free to access, and facilitate the transfer of university research and knowledge into schools. We welcome feedback, so please do get in touch with comments and suggestions.

 

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