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Adams, P.C. (1998) Teaching and Learning with SimCity 2000, 97(2), 47-55.

Aitken, S.C. (1999) Scaling the Light Fantastic: Geographies of Scale and the Web, 98(3), pp.118-127.

Aitken, S.C. (2003) Composing Identities: Films, Families and Racism, 102(1), pp.2-12

Alderman, D.H. & Pepke, E.J. (2002) Humor and Film in the Geography Classroom: Learning from Michael Moore's TV Nation, 101(6), pp.228-239

Arbona, S.I. & Hunter, J.M. (1995) Economic Development Threatens Groundwater in Puerto Rico: Results of a Field Study, 94(6), pp.558-569.

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Barta-Smith, N.A. & Hathaway, J.T. (2000) Making Cyberspaces into Cyberplaces, 99(6), pp.253-265.

Beach, T. & Gersmehl, P. (1993) Soil Erosion, T Values, and Sustainability: A Review and Exercise, 92(1), pp.16-22.

Bednarz, S.W. (2002) Using Action Research to Implement the National Geography Standards: Teachers as Researchers, 101(3), pp.103-111.

Bell, J.E. (2001) Questioning Place While Building a Regional Geography of the Former Soviet Union, 100(2), pp.78-86.

Benhart, J. Jr. (2000) An Approach to Teaching Applied GIS: Implementation for Local Organizations, 99(6), pp.245-252.

Birdsall, S.S. (2003) Learning to See Landscape Through a Flexible Lens, 102(1), pp.29-34

Bishop, M, Hubbard, R.M, Ward, J.L, Binkley, M.S. & Moore, T.K. (1993) Computer Network Resources for Physical Geography Instruction, 92(3), pp.102-109.

Boehm, R.G, Brierley, J. & Sharma, M. (1994) The Bete Noir of Geographic Education: Teacher Training Programs, 93(1), pp.21-25.

Bridge, G. (2001) Everyday Ecologies: Cities, Nature, and Teaching Urban Ecology, 100(4), pp.154-165.

Brothers, T.S. (1991) The U.S. General Land Office Survey as a Basis for Biogeography Exercises, 90(1), pp.18-26

Brown, B.J. (1994) Making Connections with Individual Learners in Large Introductory Geography Courses, 93(3), pp.132-135.

Brown, D.G. & Olson, J.M. (2001) Integrated Teaching of Geographic Information Science and Physical geography Through Digital Terrain Analysis, 100(1), pp.4-13.

Butler, D.R. (1994) Repeat Photography as a Tool for Emphasizing Movement in Physical Geography, 93(3), pp.141-151.

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Carstensen Jnr, L.W, Shaffer, C.A, Morrill, R.W. & Fox, E.A. (1993) Geosim: A GIS-based Simulation Laboratory for Introductory Geography, 92(5), pp.217-222.

Chen, X.M. (1998) Integrating GIS Education with Training: A Project Oriented Approach, 97(6), 261-268.

Chiodo, J.J. (1993) Mental Maps: Preservice Teachers' Awareness of the World, 92(3), pp.110-117.

Cohen, S.B. (1992) Middle East Geopolitical Transformation: The Disappearance of a Shatterbelt, 91(1), pp.2-10.

Crampton, J.W. (1999) Integrating the Web and the Geography Curriculum: The Bosnian Virtual Fieldtrip, 98(4), pp.155-168.

Cross, J.A. (1992) Natural Hazards within the West Indies, 91(5), pp.190-199.

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DeBlij, H.J. (1991) Africa's Geomosaic Under Stress, 90(1), pp.2-9

Dorsey, B. (2001) Linking Theories of Service-Learning and Undergraduate Geography Education, 100(3), pp.124-132.

Dowler, L. (2002) The Uncomfortable Classroom: Incorporating Feminist Pedagogy and Political Practice into World Regional Geography, 101(2), pp.68-72.

Downs, R.M. (1994) The Need for Research in Geography Education: It Would be Nice to Have Some Data, 93(1), pp.57-60.

Dunn, J.M. (1992) Translation and Development Theory in Geographic Education: A Model for the Genesis and Production of Geography Instructional Materials in a Competitive Funded Grant Environment, 91(3), pp.97-105.

Dwyer, O.J. (1999) Symposium: Teaching about Race and Racism in Geography: Classroom and Curriculum Perspectives, 98(4), pp.176-190.

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Eflin, J.C. & Eflin, J.T. (1999) Thinking Critically About Global Environmental Issues, 98(2), 68-78.

Elbow, G.S. (1992) Migration or Interaction: Reinterpreting Pre-Columbian West Indian Culture Origins, 91(5), pp.200-204

Enedy, J.D. (1993) Geography and Math: A Technique for Finding Population Center, 92(1), pp.23-27.

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Feeney, A.E. (2003) Using Interactive Multimedia for Dyslexic Students in Geographic Education, 102(1), pp.21-28

Flint, C. (2002) Geopolitics and "The Courage to Teach": Identity, Integrity and the Subject of Political Geography, 101(2), pp.63-67.

Foote, K.E. (1999) Building Disciplinary Collaborations on the World Wide Web: Strategies and Barriers, 98(3), 108-117.

Fouberg, E.H. (2000) Concept Learning through Writing for Learning: Using Journals in an Introductory Geography Course, 99(5), pp.196-206.

Francek, M.A. (1999) Teachers' Notebook: Web-based Exercises in Physical Geography, 98(4), pp.191-195.

Frazier, J.W. (1994) Geography in the Workplace: A Personal Assessment with a Look to the Future, 93(1), pp.29-35.

Fredrich, B.E. (1991) Food and Culture: Using Ethnic Recipes to Demonstrate the Post-Columbian Exchange of Plants and Animals, 90(1), pp.11-15.

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Gesler, W. & Kaplan, A. (1993) Computer Programming in a Spatial Analysis Course, 92(3), pp.139-145.

Gold, J.R. & Gold, M.M. (2002) Understanding Narratives of Nationhood: Film-makers and Culloden, 101(6), pp.261-270

Gold, J.R, Haigh, M.J. & Jenkins, A. (1993) Ways of Seeing: Exploring Media Landscapes Through a Field-based Simulation, 92(5), pp.213-216.

Gossette,F. & Dykema Wheeler, J. (1993) Computer Mapping in a Regional Geography Course, 92(1), pp.28-34.

Gregg, M. & Leinhardt, G. (1993) Geography in History: What is the Where? 92(2), pp.56-63.

Grossman, L.S. (2001) The Politically Incorrect Mutual Fund: A Web-based Activity Focusing on Transnationals and the Environment, 100(5), pp.164-173.

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Haddock, K.C. (1993) Teaching Geography of the Aged: A Suggested Resource, 92(3), pp.118-120.

Halvorson, S.J. & Wescoat, Jr., J.L. (2002) Problem-Based Inquiry on World Water Problems in Large Undergraduate Classes, 101(3), pp.91-102.

Hammen III, J.L. (1992) Accommodating Student Diversity in Remote Sensing Instruction, 91(1), pp.28-31.

Hardwick, S.W, Bean, L.L, Alexander, K.A. & Shelley, F.M. (2000) Gender vs. Sex Differences: Factors Affecting Performance in Geographic Education, 99(6), pp.238-244.

Harrington Jnr, J.A, Cerveny, R.S. & Hobgood, J.S. (1991) Competitive Learning Experiences: The Role of Weather Forecasting Contests in Geography Programs, 90(1), pp.27-31.

Harrington, J. Jr. & Oliver, J.E. (2000) Understanding and Portraying the Global Atmospheric Circulation, 99(1), pp.23-31.

Hartman, J. & Vogeler, I. (1993) Where in the World is the U.S. Secretary of State? 92(1), pp.2-12.

Hathaway, J. (1993) Using Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart in Introductory Geography Courses, 92(2), pp.75-79.

Havill, T, Jobin, R.A, Maguire, B. & Miller, T. (1994) The Y of Geography: Developing a Model World Geography Course for Pre-service Teachers, 93(3), pp.164-170.

Hay, I. (1992) Choice and Constraint in the Location of Urban Retail Activities, 91(1), pp.32-36.

Hayes, D.A. (1993) Freehand Maps Are for Teachers and Students Alike, 92(1), pp.13-15.

Healey, M. & Jenkins, A. (2000) Kolb's Experiential Learning Theory and Its Application in Geography in Higher Education, 99(5), pp.185-195.

Heatwole, C.A. (1993) Changes in Mental Maps, 92(2), pp.50-55.

Henderson, M.L. (1992) Cultural Diversity in Geography Curriculum: The Geography of American Indians, 91(3), pp.113-118

Herod, A. (1999) Using Industrial Disputes to Teach about Economic Geography. Journal of Geography, 98(5), pp.229-241

Hertzog, C.J. & Lieble, C. (1996) A Study of Two Techniques for Teaching Introductory Geography: Traditional Approach Versus Cooperative learning in the University Classroom, 95(6), 274-280.

Hickey, J.J. (1996) Community College Geography: A Question of Place, 95(1), 27-31.

Hill, A.D. & Solem, M.N. (1999) Geography on the Web: Changing the Learning Paradigm, 98(3), 100-107.

Horst, O.H. (1992) Climate and the "Encounter" in the Dominican Republic, 91(5), pp.205-210.

Hudack, P.F. (1999) Groundwater Field Station for Geoscience Students, 98(1), 23-28.

Hurley, J, Proctor, J.A. & Ford, R.E. (1999) Collaborative Enquiry at a Distance: Using the Internet in Geography Education, 98(3), pp.128-140.

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Jones, M.C. (2001) A Guide to English-Language Journals for Geography Education, 100(1), pp.14-23.

Jumper, S. (1992) Program Assessment in Geography: Boondoggle or Opportunity, 91(3), pp.94-96

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Kimmel, J.R. (1996) Using the National Geography Standards and Your Local River to Teach About Environmental Issues, 95(2), 66-72.

King, G.Q. (1991) Geography and GIS Technology, 90(2), pp.66-72.

Knapp, P.A. & Thompson, J.M. (1994) Lessons in Biogeography: Simulating Evolution Using Playing Cards, 93(2), pp.96-100.

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Lanegran, D.A. & St. Peter, P.H. (1993) Travel, Tourism, and Geographic Field Work: Project Marco Polo, 92(4), pp.160-165.

Lee, J.A. (1995) The International System of Units and Its Use in Geography and Related Disciplines, 94(6), 592-598.

Lee, J.A.& Jones, L.L. (1993) Teaching the Process of Science in Geography Courses, 92(5), pp.223-226.

Lindquist, P.S. (2002) Visualizing Alternative Models and their Objective Functions in the Solution of Optimal Location Problems, 101(2), pp.45-60.

Lindquist, P.S. & Hammel, D.J. (1998) Applying Descriptive Statistics to Teaching the Regional Classification of Climate, 97(2), 72-82.

Lloyd, W.J. (2001) Integrating GIS into the Undergraduate Learning Environment, 100(5), pp.158-163.

Lo, C.P., Affolter, J.M. & Reeves, T.C. (2002) Building Environmental Literacy through Participation in GIS and Multimedia Assisted Field Research, 101(1), pp.10-19.

Ludwig, G.S. (1999) Virtual Geographic Research Teams: A Case Study, 98(3), 149-154.

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Macey, S.M. (1998) Managing a Computer Teaching Laboratory, 97(1), 13-18.

Malanson, G.P, Pavlik, C. & Ceilley, D. (1993), Introducing Students to Plant Geography: Polar Ordination Applied to Hanging Garden, 92(3), pp.129-138.

Marcello, J.S. (1995) Geography in Alaska: Holding the Standards High, 94(4), 453-458.

Martin, D.G. (2003) Observing Metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia: Using an urban field study to enhance student experiences and instructor knowledge in urban geography, 102(1), pp.35-41

Masilela, C.O. (1994) Teaching American Students About Urbanization in Developing Countries: The Use of Role-Playing, 93(3), pp.114-121.

McKeown-Ice, R. (1994) Environmental Education: A Geographical Perspective, 93(1), pp.40-42.

Medley, K.E. (2001) A Landscape Guide in Environmental Education, 100(2), pp.69-77.

Meyer-Arnold, K.J, Sambrook, R.A. & Kermath, B.M. (1992) Seaside Resorts in the Dominican Republic: A Typology, 91(5), pp.219-225.

Miller, E.J. (2003) Teaching Methods, the Herbartian Revolution and Douglas Clay Ridgely at Illinois State Normal University, 102(3), pp.110-120.

Mitchell, B. & Reed, M. (2001) Using Information Technologies for Interactive Learning, 100(4), pp.145-153.

Moran, S. (2003) Stream Restoration as a Seminar Theme: Opportunities for Synthesis and Integration, 102(2), pp.67-79.

Moseley, W.G. (2001) Computer Assisted Comprehension of Distant Worlds: Understanding Hunger Dynamics in Africa, 100(1), pp.32-45.

Murphy, A.B. (1998) Comments-Advanced Placement Geography: Opportunities and Challenges for Geographers, 97(3), 13136.

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Nairn, K. (1999) Embodied Fieldwork, 98(6), pp.272-282.

Nellis, M.D. (1994) Technology in Geographic Education: Reflections and Future Directions, 93(1), pp.36-39.

Nicol, D., Bélec, J. & Buckley, P. (2003) Teaching Geography in an International Region: Challenges of the Pacific Northwest Bordertland, 102(2), pp.47-57.

Nordstrom, K.F. & Jackson, N.L. (2001) Using Paintings for Problem-solving and Teaching Physical Geography: Examples from a Course in Coastal Management, 100(5), pp.141-151.

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Oldakowski, R.K. (2001) Activities to Develop a Spatial Perspective Among Students in Introductory Geography Courses, 100(6), pp.243-250.

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Pape, B. & Francek, M.A. (1992) Central Michigan University's Glacial Park: Instruction Through Landscaping, 91(2), pp.73-75

Paul, B.K. (1993) Choropleth Map Review: A Class Exercise, 92(5), pp.227-230.

Pease, P., Lecce, S., Gares, P. & Lange, M. (2002) Suggestions for Low-Cost Equipment for Physical Geography I: Laboratory Equipment, 101(4), pp.167-175.

Proctor, J.D, Sutton, P.C. & Michaels, G.H. (1995) Multimedia Guided Writing Modules for Introductory Human Geography, 94(6), 571-577.

Pryde, P.R. (1996) An Interactive U.S. Land Survey Exercise, 95(1), 22-26.

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Quattrochi, D.A. (1993) The Need for a Lexicon of Scale Terms in Integrating Remote Sensing Data with Geographic Information Systems, 92(5), pp.206-212.

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Raubal, M. Gaupman, B. & Kuhn, W. (1997) Teaching Raster G.I.S. Operations with Spreadsheets, 96(5), 258-263.

Robbins, P. (1998) Population and Pedagogy: The Geography Classroom after Malthus, 97(6), 241-252.

Rodrigue, C.M. (1996) Imaginary Migration Exercise in Multicultural Geography, 95(2), 81-85.

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Salter, K. (1991) The University and the Alliance: A Study in Contradictions, 90(2), pp.55-59.

Sanders, R. (1999) Introducing "White Priviledge" into the Classroom: Lessons from Finding a Way , 98(4), pp.169-175.

Shaw, W. (1998) Integrating Geographic Learning and Basic Skills: An In-Class Cooperative Activity, 97(6), 253-260.

Smith, L. (2002) The 'cultural Turn' in the Classroom: Two Examples of Pedagogy and the Politics of Representation, 101(6), pp.240-249

Solem, M. (2000) Differential Adoption of Internet-based Teaching Practices in College Geography, 99(5), pp.219-227.

Solem, M.N. (2001) A Scoring Guide for Assessing Issues-based Geographic Inquiry on the World Wide Web, 100(2), pp.87-94.

Sommers, B.J. (1997) The Freshman Year Experience and Geography: Linking Student Retention and the Introductory Geography Curriculum, 96(5), 243-249.

Stoltman, J.P. (1997) The International Charter on Geographical Education: Setting the Curriculum Standard, 96(1), 32.

Sublett, M.D. (1991) Incorporating Student Logbooks into Geography Classes, 90(2), pp.50-53

Sui, D.Z. (1995) A Pedagogic Framework to Link GIS to the Intellectual Core of Geography, 94(6), 578-591.

Sutherland, R. (1994) Teaching the Hydrologic and Geomorphic Significance of Drainage Basins and Discharge in Physical Geography, 93(2), pp.80-95.

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Taylor, J.S. (2000) Using the World Wide Web in Undergraduate Geographic Education: Potentials and Pitfalls, 99(1), pp.11-22.

Thomas, D.S.K, Mitchell, J.T, Scott, M.S. & Cutter, S.L. (1999) Developing a Digital Atlas of Environmental Risks and Hazards, 98(5), pp.201-207.

Tuathail, G.O. & McCormack, D. (1998) Global Conflicts On-Line: Technoliteracy and Developing and Internet-Based Conflict Archive, 97(1), 1-11.

Tueth, M.W. & Wikle, T.A. (2000) The Utility and Organization of a College Field Course: Examining National Park Management, 99(2), pp.57-66.

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Walcott, S.M. (1999) Fieldwork in an Urban Setting: Structuring a Human Geography Learning Exercise. Journal of Geography, 98(5), pp.221-228.

Walsh, S.J, Vitek, J.D. & Panciera, S.E. (1991) Variability of Soil Te mperature: A Spatial and Temporal Analysis, 90(2), pp.82-90.

Walsh, S.J. (1992), Spatial Education and Integrated Hands-on Training: Essential Foundations of GIS Instruction, 91(2), pp.54-61

Warf, B, Vincent, P. & Purcell, D. (1999) International Collaborative Learning on the World Wide Web, 98(3), pp.141-148.

Wentz, E.A. & Trapido-Lurie, B. (2001) Structured College Internships in Geographic Education, 100(4), pp.140-144.

White, K.L. & Simms, M. (1993) Geographic Information Systems as an Educational Tool, 92(2), pp.80-85.

Wije, C. (1992) A Water "Atlas" Exercise with Conservation Students, 91(2), pp.68-72

Wikle, T.A. & Lightfoot, D.R. (1997) The Stream Table in Physical Geography Instruction, 96(1), 23-30.

Wilvert, C. (1994) Spain: Europe's California, 93(2), pp.74-79.

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