Tweet Treats #2
This is the second 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 or so that are worth having a look at. Tweets are in no particular order.
I’ve updated my ‘where exam questions match to the specification’ document to include paper 1+2 from the 2018 exam…. If it’s helpful it’s here…. (Paper 3 is a separate doc will tweet it shortly) AQA GCSE #geographyteacher #teamgeog https://t.co/vEkSAzV88h
— jennnnnn 🌎 (@Jennnnnn_x) September 2, 2018
I have finally updated Useful Bits and Pieces for Evidence Informed Teaching with a couple of terms’ worth of backlog. There’s around 100 new links in there – hopefully should prove helpful!https://t.co/PvyUShGbb7
— Adam Boxer (@adamboxer1) August 14, 2018
Collecting data for the #BePlasticClever campaign could be a really simple way to use GIS for some fieldwork and analysis too @leah_moo ? https://t.co/2Ae7kyyOrS pic.twitter.com/weq9Ize0IL
— Dr Katie Hall (@geogologue) August 10, 2018
Starting Coasts with a bit of a hook
… Using Grand Designs mixed with IDEAL and a bit of maths 🌍 #geographyteacher pic.twitter.com/LRTajfhYln
— jennnnnn 🌎 (@Jennnnnn_x) July 3, 2018
Love Papermate Flairs! Raided the recent KS3 threads from #geographyteachers to help clarify the purpose of our KS3 #mindmapping pic.twitter.com/2nFNsygSyt
— Jo Payne 🌎 (@_jopayne) September 1, 2018
Here’s my first AQA #gcsegeography video. https://t.co/EAw14bImMw
Breakdown to remind pupils of the main elements of the course.
Aiming to produce specific 🇬🇧 content throughout the year.@GeogChat @GeogTeam @Geoisamazing @MrsH_Geog @missgeog92 @InternetGeog @mrsutheran pic.twitter.com/rGWDjSsNSz
— Mr B 🎥 (@Mr_BOWATER) September 1, 2018
This week I found this amazing tip on questioning in the classroom. Just changing a few words can dramatically improve student responses and it begins with their own questions. #inquiry #edtech #pblchat #edchat pic.twitter.com/8CJc43MCJA
— Joshua Arnold, NBCT (@GuyCivics) September 1, 2018
Great one to start the year with – GA Physical Geography photograph competition https://t.co/KsOhCiYvIQ – deadline 30th Sept #geographyteacher @The_GA #geogchat
— Rob Chambers (@RobGeog) August 31, 2018
Getting grips with AQA GCSE after a year away… decided to make an understanding checker on spec content for the Living World so students can practice exam questions matching content as home learning and also build a revision guide as they go along. #teamgeog pic.twitter.com/59ZvbKIonW
— Paul 🌎 (@ploguey) August 31, 2018
Something really simple, a weekly geography challenge to get them thinking at the door, seen it work brilliantly before! pic.twitter.com/bybSa9ttEW
— The Bearded Geographer 🌍 (@beardedgeog) August 24, 2018
Looking to embed quizzing in your classroom? Take a look at our Geography Retrieval Roulette inspired by @adamboxer1 #geographyteacher https://t.co/I47fua34lf pic.twitter.com/3F0ClA9mkv
— internetgeography.net (@InternetGeog) August 29, 2018
If you’ve found something for the list next week please send a direct message on Twitter to @internetgeog
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