Tweet Treats #13
It’s been a while since we shared Tweet Treats, a collection of useful tweets relating to #geography and #geographyteachers. The world of Twitter can be a busy place so we’ve pulled together some great tweets recently posted on Twitter.
The collection of tweets below are in no particular order.
Looking for ready-made displays? Take a look at the resources shared by Kelly Pippin.
For anyone interested/ in need of a display refresh… All displays I can share (as some are hand drawn) can be accessed here 👇🏻 https://t.co/3jD4aZyFR5… Hope they help 😊 #geographyteacher #displays #sharingiscaring
— Mrs_Geography 🌍 Kelly Peppin (@Mrs_Geography) September 6, 2021
Loving this great activity to challenge locational knowledge by Chris Hoare.
Its the time of year for my favourite starter activity. Super challenging for the kids and a great way to test their locational knowledge #edutwitter @collabuae #geography #spatial #locationalknowledge 🌎🌍 pic.twitter.com/dpmKMXgiPM
— Chris Hoare (@chrishoare17) September 8, 2021
Teaching volcanoes at convergent plate boundaries and an editable diagram to download from Luke Taylor.
Volcanoes at Convergent O/C Boundaries
How do we explain complex topics in an age-appropriate way without over-simplifying/complicating?
Makes for a great Dept Meeting!
Editable Copy: https://t.co/nxoiOAfRkQ
Feedback/suggestions welcomed!#geographyteacher pic.twitter.com/K4hl1D6RTv
— Luke Tayler (@geotayler) September 12, 2021
An incredible set of threads containing subject knowledge updates by Anti-racist Geography Curriculum. This is a must-read!
Anti-racist geography is explicit in including race as a factor when explaining geographical phenomena.
🌍 Subject knowledge updates linked below 👇
— Anti-racist Geography Curriculum (@ARGeogCurric) February 16, 2021
Check out the recent RGS-IBG podcast with Ofsted inspector and subject lead Iain Freeland!
We are extremely excited to release our latest podcast with Ofsted inspector and subject lead Iain Freeland!
Whether you’re primary or secondary, a #geographyteacher or senior leader, it is a must-listen @Ofstednews https://t.co/qSmNyrbaZO
— RGS-IBG Schools (@RGS_IBGschools) September 13, 2021
Kate Otto shares some great scenario questions being used to encourage thinking.
Using some of the scenario questions around classrooms this year so there is always something for them to think about at the start if you are dashing between rooms! #geographyteacher https://t.co/YtgH6wDZRd pic.twitter.com/gudz8SByx2
— Kate Otto (@KateOtto14) September 7, 2021
Alistair Hamill shares a video on how he uses GIS to teach biomes.
How I use #GIS to teach biomes.
The link to the GIS map featured here is below the video. https://t.co/kqyT1DQH1G pic.twitter.com/KoPiu6Tjzp
— Alistair Hamill (@lcgeography) September 10, 2021
BBC Weather has shared a great video exploring whether global warming will make devastating storms like Hurricane Ida more likely?
As the hurricane season continues, could global warming be making devastating storms like Hurricane Ida more likely? Ben Rich takes a look in the latest #BBCClimateCheck. Full version here: https://t.co/f95qRYNm7g pic.twitter.com/AxKrsrg5VE
— BBC Weather (@bbcweather) September 9, 2021