International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education Abstracts

Volume 9:1, 2000

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


The Commission on Geographical Education of the IGU and the Benefits of International Collaboration
Joseph P. Stoltman

Changes in Youth: No Changes in Teaching Geography? Aspects of a Neglected Problem in the Didactics of Geography
Günter Kirchberg

Observing Pupil's Mental Strategies: Signposts for Scaffolding
David Leat & Adam Nichols

Beyond O'Riordan: Balancing Anthropocentrism and Ecocentrism
Stephen Gough, William Scott & Andrew Stables

Values in Geographical and Environmental Education
David Lambert & Frances Slater

Kids Causing Conflict: Environmental Dispute Resolution in Geographic Education
Karen S. Barton

Developing Positive Attitudes and Values on the Environment: A Study in Environmental Education
Alexius Seke

The Aim and Reality of School Geography in China
Hao Bing

Maps, Values and Representations: Deconstructing Eurocentrism Among European Primary Teachers
Maria Villanueva & Carmen Gonzalo

The Place of Geography and Environmental Education in the Korean School Curriculum
Hae Un Rii

Teaching Gender(ed) Values in Singapore
Brenda S.A. Yeoh & Shirlena Huang

Values in the Portuguese Geography National Curriculum Documents for the Seventh and Ninth Years (Ages 12 and 14)
Maria Manuela & Malheiro Ferreira

Comment: Mapping Values in Geography Education
John Morgan

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