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Geographer of the Month: Daisy Woodley

Our Geographer of the Month is Daisy Woodley, a specialist …

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grosser aletsch glacier

November Geog’ Clips call-out: Glaciation

As geographers, we are always capturing and creating short, geographically …

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Wenchuan Debris

Geography talk review: Dr Rob Parker on the tectonic hazards chain

Recently, Merchant Taylors' School hosted Time for Geography's Dr Rob …

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Alpine Resilience in a Changing World

Darren Axe discusses the challenges and uncertainties facing the environment …

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Fairwell Spit

Call out to university geography and earth science departments

Join Time for Geography and help us inspire more students …

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New geography videos this week on Time for Geography

We've had lots of exciting, new geography videos for students, …

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Research Spotlight video: Do cliffs sway during storms?

At the cutting edge of geographical research, we are always …

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Surviving a powerful hurricane: Insights on living through a tropical storm

On 4th September 1995, Hurricane Luis swept over the islands …

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Geog' Clips - Call out to geographical researchers

Time for Geography is launching a new feature called Geog’ …

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New Geog' Clips

Do you have a short, geographically interesting video clip you …

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Claire Earlie - Geographer of the month

Geographer of the month: Dr Claire Earlie

For those curious to better understand our planet and excited …

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Val d'Isere

Geography: The Journey of a Lifetime

In this short philosophical piece, international mountain leader and Fellow …

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Geographer of the month: Nick Ferguson

Geographer of the month: Nick Ferguson

Studying geography often leads people into fascinating careers, addressing major …

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Pyramid peaks

School talks from Dr Rob Parker

Would you like a leading natural hazards researcher and award-winning …

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Model answers: Coastal Management

This is a typical photograph resource based question for 6 …

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Model answers: Coastal Erosion 8 marks

Towards the end of the coasts section you are going …

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Model answers: Rivers erosion

This is a model answer to a GCSE question on …

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The formation of a Floodplain

For all candidates covering the rivers topic. Have a look …

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Formation of a wave cut platform

The perfect answer to a typical GCSE exam question 'Draw …

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Oxbow lake

Diagram: Ox-Bow Lake

Anyone who has ever done geography always remembers what an …

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View from the cliffs

Model answers: Destructive Waves

Here is a model answer to a classic GCSE exam …

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Model answers: Constructive Waves

Here is a model answer to a classic GCSE exam …

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Norwegian Glacier

You have a freezer, so make a glacier

The worksheet for this lesson can be downloaded here As …

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Flamborough Head Stack

A lesson in a single photo: A picture paints a thousand words

A simple to plan, easy to prepare for lesson, which …

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Taking a break from lesson plans. Article by Time for Geography co-founder becomes top read for teachers.

’Open-door planning’: the art of being able to open the …

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Welcome to Time For Geography

We are a team of teachers, academics and examiners with …

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Location, location, location…..but where am I?

So here it goes. This is my first attempt at …

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