From Teachers and Educators
For the past 10 years, I have been an avid fan of geographyalltheway. The resources that are provided are contemporary, well chosen and the sequence of learning is easy to follow, signposting the links to the main geographical concepts of the IB Geography Diploma Programme. This is a resource for all Geographers – from those who are new to the IB and those such as myself with 25 years of Geography IB experience. Keep up the good work.
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!
Our departmental subscription to geographyalltheway.com is an investment not only in up-to-date and relevant resources, but helps us to ask challenging questions of our own Geography provision so that we can constantly strive for improvement within our vision for Geography and the context of our students. A fabulous means of support for teachers new to IB DP Geography, and a tool for continuing professional development for experienced teachers.
geographyalltheway.com has been absolutely invaluable for myself and my students – who just received some excellent results in Geography!
Dr Ewan Laurie
An incredibly useful resource for teaching Geography.
The best off-the-shelf lesson planning resource that I have ever used.
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)."