Videos and presentations

GeoCapabilities videos and presentations

This page presents different videos and presentations developed during work on GeoCapabilities

Presentations from the IGU-CGE conference, Prague, August 2021

“Teaching about migration: Exploring the potential of a GeoCapabilities approach in schools in Challenging circumstances”

“Bridging the divide: teaching about migration and drawing on and drawing on academic geography to support the development of school geography curricula”

“Teaching about migration using a GeoCapabilities approach: ‘vignettes’ as a way to connect with disciplinary knowledge”

“Evaluating the GeoCapabilities approach to teaching about migration”

Connecting with Academic Geography (Tine Beneker) 

Using a Social Justice Framework (Mary Biddulph) 

Evaluating the GeoCapabilities approach (David Mitchell and Martin Hanus)

Panel Discussion: What makes learning geography ‘powerful’

Teacher toolkit overview


GeoCapabilities Workshop: Teaching through powerful knowledge


The Geography Curriculum (David Lambert) 

Introducing GeoCapabilities (Richard Bustin)

Powerful Knowledge Lecture (Michael Young) 

Powerful Knowledge Presentation (Margaret Roberts)

School case studies:

Each of the school case studies has been organised into three parts – introducing the school – curriculum planning – the example

Fortismere School, London.

School Introduction

Curriculum Planning


Case Study: William Ellis School

School Introduction

Curriculum Planning


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