Tweet Treats #3
This is the third 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.
What a find! The @RGS_IBGschools podcast is perfect for snappy, up to date reports on A-Level topics! I’m hooked myself 🙌🏻 #geographyteacher https://t.co/lrKUfgyruv
— Vicki Louise Reed (@VickiLouise17) July 23, 2018
A new blog for @OxfordEdGeog about embedding #speaklikeageographer across Key Stage 3. Spoke about this idea at #TMGeogIcons too! https://t.co/A2tJoiYqsl
— Kate Stockings (@geography_kes) September 3, 2018
Stuck for homework for GCSE group? This kind of thing might work? 9 weeks of homework differentiated and revision! #geographyteacher pic.twitter.com/5Pms7qT85C
— Ben Bishop (@MrBishopGeog) September 5, 2018
Full scheme of learning now available based on the RGS Young Geographer competition 2018 – What makes the Arctic unique? Download for free on TES: https://t.co/n2Qsl17CbL @RGS_IBGschools @RGS_IBG #TeamGeog #GeographyTeacher 🌍
— Katie Crawshay 🌍 (@KCGeographies) August 31, 2018
Stumbled across this document by @OpenUniversity – includes some great guidance on addressing misconceptions in geography! #geographyteacher #everydayisaschoolday pic.twitter.com/eQrRUP9r1s
— Alice Burnett (@AliceEBurnett) September 9, 2018
Not sure where to start with #GIS ?
Try our new Storymap with quick access apps and maps for the classroom, teaching resources, support and much morehttps://t.co/G2MRDc7X1N#geographyteacher #edtech #free4schools pic.twitter.com/aoJWhfRHoP
— Jason Sawle (@GIS4Schools) January 17, 2018
Hoping that if we spend some time thinking about the meaning of the words then understanding and learning the difference between ‘convergent’ and ‘divergent’ plate boundaries might become a whole lot simpler! #geographyteacher 🌋⛰️🏞️ pic.twitter.com/UaesCM3t6G
— Kate Stockings (@geography_kes) September 5, 2018
How to Create a Time-lapse GIF Using Satellite Imagery https://t.co/UnW8EGTrBi
— GIS Lounge (@GISLounge) September 4, 2018
Stumbled across this fantastic resource for any #geographyteacher introducing the Amazon Rainforest 🌱🌲🌳 https://t.co/F5SbFxb2fX
— Kate Stockings (@geography_kes) September 4, 2018
Small update to @SJCR_GEOG table deskmats featuring ideas & images from @Jennnnnn_x @geography_meg & @MrTomlinsonGeog and others in #TeamGeog – world map as standard. Always there, always useful! #GeographyTeacher pic.twitter.com/EVvmRTg5jp
— David Watkins 🌍 (@mrdavidwatkins) September 3, 2018
A little reminder of this August article as we start the new term – Geography a force for broadening the mind, says Michael Palin https://t.co/YwE7x4HbM7 #geographyteacher
— Rob Chambers (@RobGeog) September 3, 2018
Resource guiding pupils through the process of drawing graphs, by @primary_sci #UKEdChat https://t.co/zmzCVPMPwc pic.twitter.com/bvE20w6T7z
— UKED Resources (@UKEDResources) September 2, 2018
We’re excited to announce our new hands-on course using the Holderness Coast as the inspiration for developing fieldwork opportunities. Very limited places. Find out more here: https://t.co/VLnBoq32UZ #geographyteacher pic.twitter.com/xHUc3N4XXK
— internetgeography.net (@InternetGeog) September 9, 2018
If you’ve found something for the list next week please send a direct message on Twitter to @internetgeog
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