Digital Geography by Noel Jenkins is all about the geography classroom, with a particular focus on fieldwork and ICT.
Noel is an award-winning* full time classroom teacher based in the south west of the UK. He has created a number of online works including the website Juicy Geography as well as authoring education materials for a wide variety of organizations including the BBC, Nelson Thornes and the Royal Geographical Society. A representative sample of his published teaching materials include:
Visualising a Safer City (Juicy Geography)
Crisis Management in Google Earth (Juicy Geography)
Your Climate Your Life (DEFRA and RGS)
Action Plan for Geography materials (DfE and RGS)
Noel has presented at a number of national events including the UK Google Teachers Academy, BETT show and Geographical Association conference and has acted as consultant to the BBC and various UK government departments.
Noel makes no claims at all for the validity of anything on this site. He can’t be held responsible for the content of any of the external sites. All of the views on the site are personal, and not those of his employers. This site, Juicy Geography and all his web based publications are published in his spare time, on his own computer as a hobby. The site is published under a Creative Commons License as a free resource for all teachers. Please feel free to rob anything you like.
*Royal Geographical Society Award for “contributions to excellence in the teaching of Geography” 2003