This is the eleventh collection of useful tweets relating to #geography and #geographyteachers. The world of Twitter can be a busy place so I’ve pulled together some tweet treats from the last week that are worth having a look at. Tweets are in no particular order.
— Kirstie Bowden 🌍 (@kirstiebowden) November 27, 2019
You can download Kirstie’s living world revision grids here on Internet Geography.
The Challenge of Natural Hazards Monopoly! Hoping Year 11 will find this useful for a nice little recap next week!🌪️Hopefully it goes down just as well as the Changing Economic World one🌍 #LoveASequel #GeographyTeacher #RQT pic.twitter.com/GytJ4jjm6t
— Mr Kilgallon (@MrKilgallon) November 29, 2019
**New Post and free resources** Synoptic Links in Geography Revision – encourage students to think like a geographer by making links between concepts, places, environments and processes. https://t.co/ydwdHHGGSs #geographyteacher pic.twitter.com/xtWD8GF9FV
— internetgeography.net 🌍 (@InternetGeog) November 29, 2019
If you haven't seen / used it – The Conversation website is a superb resource not just for #geographyteacher and A Level students but for all #teacher and all #subjects – well worth having a look https://t.co/uDEpD4cGyg – something I recommended at #IGGeography yesterday.
— Rob Chambers (@RobGeog) November 29, 2019
— Alexandria Barber 🌏 (@alexbarber91) November 26, 2019
This is timed just perfectly! 😉Here it is:https://t.co/AlXlYIUem6
Ben, thank you again for your contribution. I am picking up globalisation with my A level class after Christmas. Just lightened the Christmas holiday planning for me! Awesome work. #HowIteach #geographyteacher
— Tom H 🌍 (@GeographyTom9) December 1, 2019