From Teachers and Educators
Sara Liversidge #2
geographyalltheway.com provides our teaching staff with a “great go to site” for case studies, skills development, exam revision – all in one resource! The easy to read format, updated material, simple navigation and breadth of activities make it a pleasure for all to use.
We love the resource for planning our courses, clarifying the syllabus, extending our students, providing inspiration and direction when developing our own material and as a last-minute rescue when taking that one last step into the classroom!
We would be lost without it (and that is not good for any Geographer).
geographyalltheway.com is a well curated and affordable site that supports and inspires both teachers new to the profession and more seasoned Geographers alike.
geographyalltheway.com has been absolutely invaluable for myself and my students – who just received some excellent results in Geography!
The definitive go-to geography resource containing a comprehensive array of materials to enhance any geography lesson.
My lessons would most certainly have been a lot more boring without your fantastic resources. My students and I thank you!
Richard’s resources live up to its name – they really DO go all the way to provide in-depth education but also a breadth of content knowledge and foster skills in the geographic perspective from the local to global scale.
A fantastic website with current, interesting and varied resources. We use it for all year groups but most frequently look at the IB section for ideas and multimedia resources. I can honestly say it has helped make my lessons a lot more interesting and made my workload easier!
In the Press
Written about in the Guardian newspaper in an article called "A world in a grain of sand":
"Geographyalltheway.com has pictures, animations and worksheets on erosion, longshore drift and deposition (www.geographyalltheway.com/year8_geography/coasts/coastal_processes.htm). Encourage students to make educational postcards, labeling coastal features such as stacks, headlands, erosion and groynes. The site has a great mystery activity: students can investigate the disappearance of a Devon village (www.geographyalltheway.com/year8_geography/coasts/hallsands.htm)."