Event type: Conference
Dates: 12 - 14 April 2012
Venue: The University of Manchester, Manchester, UK
Geographical Association Annual Conference and Exhibition will focus on the theme of 'Geographies of Difference'. The two-day conference encourages delegates from the UK and overseas to meet together to explore the opportunities and challenges encountered in teaching geography and developing learners' geographical knowledge.
The conference programme invites participants to attend a range of thought-provoking presentation sessions featuring geography experts including Professor Gill Valentine, University of Leeds and Tony Allan, Kings College, London.
Also, delegates will have the opportunity to participate in a field visit on the Manchester canal, join teacher to teacher sessions and hands-on workshops.
Visit our exhibition stand, meet with staff from Cambridge's Humanities and Arts team who will be available to provide more information our qualifications and programmes, including:
• Cambridge IGCSE Geography – designed to enable learners to develop a 'sense of place' by looking at the world around them on a local, regional and global scale
• Cambridge Pre-U Geography – an exciting post-16 qualification preparing learners for university, and develops skills in understanding the processes and factors that shape that environment
Learn more! on Thursday 12 April, 11:40 - 12:30
Tim Kendrick-Jones, Cambridge's Product Manager, Geography and Peter Price, Head of Geography, Charterhouse School will present a workshop on Cambridge Pre-U Geography.
For further details, please visit the event website.