Online tutorials to support students with completing the A Level Geography NEA.
- Navigate your journey through the Non-Exam Assessment (NEA) for Geography A level with flexible on-demand content – learn when you want!
- Easy to access on any device – you can login on desktop or laptop or use the Moodle app to access via your smart phone or tablet.
- Resources targeted to support critical thinking to access the higher levels of the mark scheme.
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The Non-Exam Assessment Tutorials (NEAT) are aimed at students and provide a how to guide for completing the NEA for A Level Geography. They are a series of tutorials which are presented as short (15-20 minute), on demand videos and mapped to the stages of the route to enquiry. The Tutorials will enable you to explore links between the modules and give you the tools to critically approach your investigation and reach the higher mark bands. The Tutorials are not designed to give you the theoretical answers, rather the emphasis is upon the progressive development of your skills to help you meet the requirements the exam boards often refer to in their examination reports.
Written to support all exam boards this easily accessible tool, delivered through the online learning platform Moodle will help whatever the stage of the NEA process students find themselves at.
Module 1 | Introduction and Planning
Module 2 | Methods and Data Collection-
Module 3 | Data Presentation
Module 4 | Data Analysis
Module 5 | Conclusions and Evaluation
If you have any question about NEAT, please see our Frequently Asked Questions page.
Please note the cost of this course includes VAT.
Before You Attend
Please note that access is limited to the email address used during the checkout process and cannot be amended afterwards. Please ensure you book using the email address you wish to have access to NEAT.
Once you have completed the checkout process you will be sent a link to access Moodle, and NEAT. Please use the email address or username and password created when booking to log in.
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Opportunities to attend this course
Fri 01, September 2023 09:00 - Wed 31, August 2033 15:00
Please ensure you sign up with the email address that you want to have access to Moodle and the resources. This cannot be changed after you checkout.
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