Docentenmiddag Aardrijkskunde

Thursday 21 March 2024, 3 pm - 5:15 pm

Teacher afternoon Geography Radboud University on 21 March, start 15.00h

Following on from successful previous teachers' afternoons, the Geography, Planning and Environment section, together with the Radboud Teachers' Academy, is organising a geography teachers' afternoon on 21 March. During this afternoon, Radboud University will offer a programme in which three PhD researchers will present their current research, giving teachers an insight into contemporary research methods and the current research taking place at GPM. The aim of the day is to link theoretical depth about these state-of-the-art geographical studies with concrete ideas and tips for the classroom. By doing so, the university hopes to contribute to knowledge and ideation for the various domains central to geography education.

  • Presentation Querine Kommandeur: The Future of Economics: Exploring Alternative Practices - Economic and Political Globalisation (domain B: 3a)
  • Presentation Esther Wahabu: Cocoa extraction and exploitation: sustainable value chains from Ghana to Amsterdam and beyond - global distribution issues (domain B: world)
  • Presentation Susan de Koning: Cooperation for a biodiverse bulb landscape - global environmental issues (domain C: earth), and how they come together in the immediate living environment (domain E) 
  • 'Refuelling with content' and 'didactic exchange' are central this afternoon. At the same time, there will be room afterwards to strengthen contacts between your school and Radboud University. The teachers' afternoon will be concluded with soup, sandwiches and drinks in our café-restaurant The Yard.
Thursday 21 March 2024, 3 pm - 5:15 pm
EOS 01.310

Cost: €50 *.
Maximum number of participants: 30.

* Unfortunately, due to room hire and organisation, no refunds are possible in case of cancellation.