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Study visits to India 2017 - 2018

We are offering a series of unique study visits to India in the coming year. They are for teachers, TA's, ITE students, and anyone who has a personal or professional interest in learning more about India and the themes of the visits - not only teachers! These visits are a fun and safe way to explore and learn about India, with some calm quiet time for your own personal development alongside guided experiences which will enable you to feel confident to teach about India. All our visits are specifically developed to enable the delivery of the new curriculum particularly for Geography, with an emphasis on comparative study at KS1-3. The 2017 visits are now open for application. Please have a look through our website to find out more, and be in touch with us if you want any questions answered and to request an application form.

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Study visit to Bangalore, India

Case study development: Globalisation and Change in a Newly Emerging Economy.

Sat 11th - Sunday 18th February (Half term) 2018

This is an intense week long study visit to Bangalore in South India for Geography teachers to gather information and experience for case study development. The visit aims to develop resources for understanding the impact of globalisation in India as a newly emerging economy, and Bangalore as a major city within an NEE. The knowledge gathered will aim to develop place and space case studies for use as a contrasting place case study.

We are just in the process of putting this visit together and will update all the information about the visit at the start of the Autumn term 2017.

Please email us on: sangaminfo@gmail.com in the meanwhile and we will send out the further information.

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An Indian Adventure.

24th March - 6th April 2018

Easter Holidays.

The theme of this sort of professional development visit hopes to enable participants todevelop ideas about the use of experience, images, artefacts, and information about India, including ideas for developing resources which use creative enquiry as methodologies for teaching about a distant place, through practical activities, case studies, excursions, and dialogue.

How to find out more? Please check our website page about this visit, by clicking here. You will find that you can download further information about the visit. Please then contact us for a booking form. If you would like to talk over details of

the visit prior to booking,please contact: Kiran Sahi at: sangaminfo@gmail.com

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An Indian Monsoon adventure!

30th July- 10th August 2018

The theme of this sort of professional development visit hopes to enable participants to develop ideas about the use of experience, images, artefacts, and information about India, including ideas for developing resources which use creative enquiry as methodologies for teaching about a distant place, through practical activities, case studies, excursions, and dialogue.

How to find out more? Please check our website page about this visit, by clicking here. You will find that you can download further information about the visit. Please then contact us for a booking form. If you would like to talk over details of the visit prior to booking, please contact: Kiran Sahi at: sangaminfo@gmail.com

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South India- Wildlife, Birds and Cultural adventures! 2018

Please check the page as linked here for all the details of this visit. Its very new and we are just creating all our info about it.

All of our visits specifically link to the new curriculum, particularly for Geography. Please do look at our linked page for more details on how these visits specifically cover the Geography curriculum with an emphasis on comparative study KS1-3.

 


 

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