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Wednesday 6th May 2009

Page history last edited by noel@... 11 years, 7 months ago

Wednesday 6th May 2009

 

Watch again

 

 

SGQM and CGeog

More about the CPD opportunities...

Secondary Geography Quality Mark

Chartered Geographer (Teacher) 

 

(There is also a Primary Geography Quality Mark for those working in that sector)

 

 

UCGeog Status

 

 

Highly rigorous process of application, awarded by asking a fellow geographer whether you are any good.

 

Unchartered Geographers are like distant lands, yet to be discovered. They focus on collaboration and helping other geographers to unchart their progress.

 

"In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert's there are few." - Shunryo Suzuki-Roshi

 

Large symbol.

 

Unchartered Geographers should change the shading of the mark to reflect their individual personality or current mood.

 

 

Collaborative Google Docs presentations:

 

 

 

 

Open Source Textbook 

 

Open Source Textbook

 

BECTa Open Source Unconference at the NCSL in Nottingham on the 20th of July (first day of summer holidays)

Those attending can suggest a topic for discussion - this might be one of them ?

Comments (4)

noel@... said

at 6:52 pm on May 7, 2009

Might see if I can get to this. As it's an unconference maybe TC will come along?

a.parkinson@... said

at 9:24 pm on May 7, 2009

It's also in Nottingham - which is sort of nearby... Mind you it's in the flipping holidays for all you teachers ;)

Victoria Ellis said

at 9:37 pm on May 8, 2009

Definitely nearby... But not holidays for me!! We don't finish til 24th!!

a.parkinson@... said

at 9:44 pm on May 8, 2009

24th ? Why that's nearly August...

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