Thinkpiece that I have written for tomorrow’s #GeoEdChat
This post is a thinkpiece for #GeoEdChat to help people think of ways they have used or plan to use their school grounds to teach Geography. As Geographers we love working outside the classroom and believe in the power of this in aiding student learning. Along with the obvious examples of learning with field work, we often use the school grounds in creative ways.
Here are a few of the ways I have used the school grounds over the past 2 years:
- The courtyard outside of our class was turned into our coastal environment and the students became the wave trains approaching the coast. In this way we were able to physically see the process of wave refraction occurring and discuss the reasons why to add depth to the annotated diagrams we drew in class.
- I have used Guerrilla Geography in many classes to get students thinking and provoking further thinking…
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