Making Every Geography Lesson Count

Mon 17th June 2019
Hall Mead School, Upminster, RM14 1SF
  • A chance to collaborate with other geography subject specialists
  • Based on the best-selling book ‘Making Every Geography Lesson Count’
  • Demonstrates the importance of subject specialism in school improvement

Mark Enser has been a geography teacher for 15 years and is currently head of geography and research lead at Heathfield Community College. He is the author of the bestselling Making Every Geography Lesson Count and columnist for the TES.

A copy of the book will be given out on the day for participants.


The session will cover the below 6 principles:
  • Challenge
  • Explanation
  • Modelling
  • Practice
  • Feedback and
  • Questioning

Mark will demonstrate how these lead to excellent teaching and learning through the prism of both education research and personal experience.

Follow Mark on Twitter:@Enser Mark


For more information
Email - jhales@hallmeadschool.com
Google map static shot of Hall Mead School, Upminster, RM14 1SF
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