Essential Adaptive Teaching for GCSE Geography

This on demand course provides extensive advice on how to plan and embed adaptive teaching strategies into your GCSE Geography lessons.

  • 90 minutes learning time
  • 7 course steps

About this course

This on demand CPD course provides a guide to adaptive teaching within the geography classroom, focusing on what it is and why it is important, particularly with building a culture of high expectations and access to a rich curriculum for all GCSE pupils.

The videos will also provide lots of tips on embedding the different pedagogies that are integral to adaptive teaching, such as questioning, scaffolding, visual and graphic organisers, and marking and feedback.

Who it's for

This short course is suitable for all teachers who deliver GCSE Geography.

Course series


Course outline

  • Introduction: What is Adaptive Teaching?
  • Adaptive Teaching in Practice
  • Adaptive Teaching and High Expectations
  • Adaptive Teaching and Questioning
  • Adaptive Teaching and Scaffolding
  • Adaptive Teaching and Visual & Graphic Organisers
  • Adaptive Teaching and Marking & Feedback


  • Suzanne Thorne

    Suzanne Thorne is an experienced Head of Geography with over 25 years teaching experience in both state and independent sectors. She has authored teaching resources and articles for AQA Geography GCSE.

  • Vicki Woolven

    Vicki Woolven is Subject Lead for Key Stage 4 Humanities at tutor2u. Vicki previously worked as a Head of Geography and Sociology for many years, and has been a content writer, senior examiner and local authority Key Practitioner for Humanities.

Free course

You get full and unlimited access to the course content and features.

What's included?

  • 90 minutes learning time
  • 7 course steps
  • Designed and delivered by highly experienced presenters
  • Track your progress
  • Device-friendly learning platform

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