International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education Abstracts

Volume 5:1, 1996

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


Major papers:

Young Children's Understanding of Nested Hierarchies of Place Relationships
Doug Harwood and Jackie McShane

Ethics, Education and Wildlife Issues
Jennifer Andrew, Bob Jickling, and lan Robottom

An Evaluation of the Influence of Travel on the Geographic Knowledge of College Students
Steven A. Jennings


Recherche du temps perdu
Michael Naish

Walking in Our Own Footsteps: Autobiographical Memories and the Teaching of Geography
Michael McPartland

Geography Student Teachers and Their Images of Teaching
David Leat

'What is Geography?': An Analysis of Definitions Provided by Prospective Teachers of the Subject
Rex Walford

Novice Teachers and Their Geographical Persuasions
Elisabeth Barratt Hacking

Book Reviews

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