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Day 1: 15 November
9.30: Coffee and welcome: – Outlining the purpose and structure of the project (Project Coordinators)
10.00-11.30: What do we mean by Young Peoples’ Geographies?
10-15 Minute contributions from researchers in the field of YPG
Key questions to think about:
What do I now understand YPG to mean?
In what ways do I currently use my students’ geographical experiences to inform my planning and
teaching and theirlearning?
11.30 – 11.45: Coffee and informal conversations
11.45 – 1.00: Researching YPG: How and Why?
Finding out about young peoples’geographies: ethnography
Ethical issues associated with researching young people’s geographies
Researching young peoples geographies in schoolcontexts
1.45-2.00: Working with concepts in the school geography curriculum
2.00-3.30: Planning and discussion time
How can I begin to embed young peoples’geographies in to my geography curriculum?
What might be some of the practical issues associates with this?
What are the ethical issues associated with this?
What ideas do I have to develop YPG within the geography curriculumin my school?
3.30-4.00: Where am I at?
Autumn 2006 Meeting
9.30am – 4pm
Day 2: January 2007
9.30-10.30: Ice breaking activities with all participants
11.00-12.30: How do we involve students: modelling research between geographers and students in schools.
1,15 – 3.30: Planning
3.30-4.00: Where are we now