The RGS-IBG is hosting a two-day workshop (Monday 28 and Tuesday 29 November 2016) for early-career academics in geography, earth and environmental sciences who are interested in developing their teaching skills and networking with others at the same career stage.
It will include a range of workshops covering such topics as: fieldwork, data skills, assessment and feedback, strategies for large-group teaching, course design, applying for professional recognition and planning for career progression.
Workshop leaders include Professor Jo Bullard (Loughborough) and Professor Gordon Curry (Glasgow) and a range of academics from across the GEES disciplines. It is being developed and delivered in collaboration with the Institution of Environmental Sciences, the Geological Society and the British Society for Geomorphology.
More information, including a link to registration, is online at www.rgs.org/TeachingGEES