As a Teach North Geography trainee, you will encourage students to question how and why the world is changing, globally and locally but also, how human actions can complicate and exacerbate natural changes and events.
Alongside your students, you will explore the vast number of physical and human connections that exist within our world and the pressures that the world’s natural environments face. You will also have the opportunity to broaden your specialist subject knowledge by teaching Physical, Human and Environmental Geography - we will support you with this!
You will deliver exciting lessons that discuss the natural processes that affect millions of people every year like volcanic eruptions, earthquakes and tsunamis, how climate change is affecting populations and how population change is itself affecting different countries.
Your classroom will be brimming with opportunities for students to explore the world through images, film clips, stories of personal experiences and of course, maps!
On completion of this programme, you will be awarded a PGCE with QTS and 90 Masters credits in Education from Durham University.
You’ll be delighted to know that we have a strong partnership with Durham University who are one of the leading departments for education in the UK as they regularly feature in the top five in national university league tables such as 3rd in the Guardian University Guide 2019. This partnership creates a collaborative model of training.
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