International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education Abstracts

Volume 1:1, 1992

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


Editorial

Major papers:

Designing a geography syllabus: researching the process
Joseph P. Stoltman

Enhancing geographical inquiry and learning
Barry M. Neighbour

New Zealand students' awareness of a local environmental issue
Michael Karpik

Modelling expertise in map reading: beginnings
Rod Gerber, John Lidstone and Rod Nason

The role of domain-general reasoning ability and domain-specific knowledge
in students' ability to solve geographical problems
Christine Kim-Eng Lee

Forum

Geographical education research 2000: some personal views
Hartwig Haubrich (Germany)

Perceptions on research imperatives for geographical and environmental education to the Year 2000
David Wright (United Kingdom)

Countdown to Millennium 2000: action-research imperatives for geographical and environmental education
Paul F. Thomas (Canada)

From a distance: an international perspective on research in environmental education
lan Robottom (Australia)

Abraham Lincoln: theory and practice
Philip Stimpson (Hong Kong)

Research imperatives in regional geography
Ove Biilmann (Denmark)

Perceptions on research imperatives for geographical and environmental education for the remainder of the 90s
Peter Corcoran (U.S.A.)

Book Reviews Mike Morrissey (ed): Curriculum Reform in the Third World
Tammy Kwan

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