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Morris, Nina J.; Christie, Hazel; Barber, Jacob – Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 2019
There is a widespread debate in higher education about how best to support students in becoming more active and engaged learners. Geographers have occupied a central position in these debates having long been concerned with understanding and creating teaching spaces that encourage active and experiential learning. Recent pedagogical innovations…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Web Sites, Undergraduate Students, Individualized Instruction
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Whalley, W. Brian; Saunders, Angharad; Lewis, Robin A.; Buenemann, Michaela; Sutton, Paul C. – Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 2011
We take a fresh look at geography curricula and their appropriateness to the demands of the 21st century. We reflect on the purpose, content and relevance of undergraduate geography curricula in an age of "supercomplexity". Geography curricula, by their nature, are varied and multiple, with different countries often privileging different…
Descriptors: Geography Instruction, Curriculum Development, Geography, Teaching Methods
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Deatherage-Newsome, Marie – Journal of Geography, 1978
Outlines development and structure of a one-year college geography course focusing on women's role in geography. Content includes the division of labor by sex; demography of women; geographic perspective on women's role through the history of Western civilization; how women's role changes the face of the earth; women, politics, and environment;…
Descriptors: Course Content, Course Descriptions, Curriculum Development, Females
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Libbee, Kristin Sheridan; Libbee, Michael – Journal of Geography, 1978
Speculates on the role of geography education and its relationship to the women's movement. Describes innovative classroom strategies to generate more meaningful involvement by women students and to stimulate graduate students to develop research topics on the subject of women. (Author)
Descriptors: Course Content, Course Descriptions, Curriculum Development, Females
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Lee, David R. – Journal of Geography, 1978
Summarizes some of the approaches a feminist can use in the classroom and reports the student interest generated when women are included as subject matter in part of a regional geography course. (Author/AV)
Descriptors: Course Content, Curriculum Development, Feminism, Geography Instruction
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Warf, Barney – Journal of Geography, 1997
Offers five themes from political geography that could be incorporated into college geography courses: historical specificity of geography; (2) interconnectedness of regions; (3) interpenetration of the human and natural worlds; (4) centrality of culture in social reproduction; and (5) use of political economy to uncover social relations. (MJP)
Descriptors: Course Content, Curriculum Development, Economic Factors, Economics
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Cramer, R. E.; Gritzner, C. F., Jr. – Journal of Geography, 1990
This 1963 article, reprinted from the "Journal of Geography" lamented the lack of geographic education. Urged geographers to promote the subject and ensure its place in the curriculum. Claimed school administrators failed to understand geography's vital role. Discussed current status of the field and mentioned poor student test scores. (NL)
Descriptors: Course Content, Curriculum Development, Educational History, Educational Innovation
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Harper, Robert A. – Journal of Geography, 1990
Reprinted from the April 1966 "Journal of Geography," questions what geography could contribute to general education. Observed that new federal programs allow geography to demonstrate the potential contributions of the field. Presented a fundamental perspective for geography instruction that urged a world system theme for curriculum organization.…
Descriptors: Course Content, Curriculum Development, Educational History, Educational Innovation
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James, Preston E. – Journal of Geography, 1990
First published in 1969 in "Journal of Geography," this article suggested an introductory geography course provided an introduction to field of geography and provided useful image of world. Claimed that these objectives were viewed as incompatible, and suggested a geography course that served both purposes. Described early textbooks and the…
Descriptors: Course Content, Curriculum Development, Educational History, Educational Objectives
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Walsh, Stephen J. – Journal of Geography, 1992
Suggests basic elements of spatial education appropriate to geographic information system (GIS) course curricula. Describes the need for integration of GIS education and GIS training. Discusses hardware/software configurations, approaches to the creation of laboratory facilities, and approaches, rationales, and technical considerations in the…
Descriptors: Cartography, Course Content, Courseware, Curriculum Development
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Fleming, Dan B.; Schuetz, Arnold H. – Journal of Geography, 1992
Discusses the need to increase emphasis upon European countries, particularly Germany, in geography and social studies instruction. Cites research indicating that postwar Germany has been ignored in the classroom. Expects textbook coverage of Germany to increase, but recommends student and teacher exchanges to broaden U.S. awareness of Germany.…
Descriptors: Course Content, Curriculum Development, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries
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Wikle, Thomas A.; Lambert, Dean P. – Journal of Geography, 1996
Introduces global positioning system (GPS) technology to nonspecialist geographers and recommends a framework for implementing GPS instructional modules in college geography courses. GPS was developed as a worldwide satellite-based system by the U.S. Department of Defense to simplify and improve military and civilian navigation and positioning.…
Descriptors: Colleges, Communications Satellites, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Uses in Education
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Gossette, Frank; Wheeler, Jean Dykema – Journal of Geography, 1993
Describes a college level course in which computer mapping is incorporated into the geography curriculum. Discusses problems associated with using commercial mapping software in the general geography classroom. Concludes that students have reduced computer anxiety and a better understanding of geographic concepts as a result of the computer…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Graphics, Computer Software, Course Content
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Salter, Kit; Riggs-Salter, Cathy – Journal of Geography, 1993
Asserts that efforts to achieve educational reform can have significant personal and professional effects on participants in the process. Presents "Ten Verities" as a perspective on the tremendous investment that participation in the reform process requires. Concludes that, the end product of world class geography standards will justify…
Descriptors: Academic Standards, Course Content, Curriculum Development, Educational Change
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Wang, Zhaohe; Bradbury, Ian K. – Journal of Geography, 1993
Maintains that geography occupies a prominent position in the Chinese secondary curriculum. Describes the current course content, which includes both physical and human geography. Concludes by discussing barriers to further development, including lack of qualified staff and poor textbooks. (CFR)
Descriptors: Comparative Education, Course Content, Curriculum Development, Curriculum Evaluation
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