International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education Abstracts

Volume 10:3, 2001

(Those articles referring to Higher Education are linked to the full abstract).


Editorial
Citizenship Education: A Necessary Perspective for Geography and Environmental Education

Major Papers:

Researching Environmental Education in the School Curriculum: An Introduction for Students and Teacher Researchers
John Chi Kin Lee; Michael Williams

How to Train Students to Formulate Good Research Questions?
Joop van der Schee

An Empirical Study of the Influence of Teaching Approaches and Academic Ability on Students' Understanding of Environmental Issues in Hong Kong
Stephen Pui-Ming Yeung

Popular Culture and Geography Education
John Morgan

An Investigation into the Understanding of Geological Time among 17-year-old Students, with Implications for the Subject Matter Knowledge of Future Teachers
Roger Trend

Knowing our Customers: A Quantitative Analysis of Geomatics Students
Lilian S.C. Pun-Cheng

Book Reviews

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