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Top 10 Books for Fieldwork and Research in Human Geography

It’s the beginning of the academic year and lots of students will be returning to university. For those of you who are about to embark any fieldwork or research in human geography, this post points to the books I have … Continue reading

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Inspirational Education Quotes

Many teachers will soon be returning to the classroom, so I decided to put together a selection of quotes I’ve noted over the past year related to teaching and learning – I hope it may help educators out there get … Continue reading

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Getting the theory across: Critical perspectives in Human Geography

I have mentioned before a course I teach called ‘Geographical Imaginations’, it aims to introduce A Level students to university learning but also to introduce them to some of the different aspects of the subject which they may not know … Continue reading

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