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Hi, I'm Maria

Qualified secondary school teacher with 20 years experience teaching in the UK and Australia. Specialist subjects are Geography and Physical Education, with experience teaching History, ICT, Maths, English and Religious Education. DBS certified (enhanced).

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Bishop Grosseteste University College

Post Graduade Certificate of Professional Studies - Pass (2010 - 2011)

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University of Brighton

BA (Hons) with Qualified Teacher Status - 2:/ (1994 - 1998)

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Asked by Kaitlyn

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How has the number and intensity of triopical storms changed over the last 50 years?
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The intensity of tropical storms is increasing due to climate change (sea temperatures are increasing and for a tropical storm to form it needs to b...Learn more

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What’s an economist effect during a flood?
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Economic effects during floods include repairing/rebuilding infrastructure like buildings, transport links, gas/electricity/water supplies. The eco...Learn more

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How is a meander formed?
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Meanders are formed through the processes of erosion and deposition. The river flows faster around the outside of the bend, meaning the water erode...Learn more