International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education Abstracts

Volume 2:1, 1993

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


Major papers:

Environmental education in Fiji
Neil Taylor and Colin Macpherson

The effects of 'audience centred' teaching on children's writing in Geography
Graham Butt

Geography teaching in England and Hong Kong: contributions towards environmental education
Chi Kin John Lee

A critically reflective pre-service geography teacher education course: attitude and practice changes among graduates
Roy Ballantyne, John Lidstone and Jan Packe

The five fundamental themes of geography as advance organisers in instructional design
Patrice H. St Peter and David A. Lanegran


'Never mind the quality-feel the width': how shall we judge the quality of research in geographical and environmental education?
Michael Naish

How can one be sure? Ground rules for judging research quality
Barry I. McElroy

Evaluating quality geographical and environmental education research
Ken Purnell

How to judge quality in research
Helmut Schrettenbrunner

Quality criteria in action research in environmental education
Maryse Clary

Quality in research in geography education
Pilar Benejam

Evaluating quality in research: Asking why? as well as how?
David Boardman

Book reviews

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