Journal of Geography in Higher Education

1979 Index


Volume 3 Number 1 1979

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

3(1).01

Kakela, P.

Remembering teaching pp.5-12
3(1).02

Silk, J.

Use of classroom experiments and the computer to illustrate statistical concepts pp.13-25
3(1).03

Keene, P. & Jenkins, A.

Use posters in your teaching pp.26-27
3(1).04

O'Keefe, P. & Halverson, B.

The Macnamara Medicine Show: an experiment in higher education pp.29-37
3(1).05

Knight, D.B.

Role playing, decision making and perception of place: the use of discussion groups for an introductory cultural geography course pp.38-44
3(1).06

Shepherd, I.D.H.

Editor's Note pp.45 *R
3(1).07

Smith, D.

Introductory textbooks in human geography [See: Apologies for error in JGHE 3.2 p.63] pp.46-52 *R
3(1).08

Unwin, D.

The medium and the message pp.53-54 *R
3(1).08

Walford, R.

Listening to the learner pp.54-55 & 58-59 *R
3(1).09

Penning-Rowsell, E.C.

Field perceptions pp.59-61 *R
3(1).10

Walker, D.

Computer assisted geography: with and without the computer pp.61-62 *R
3(1).11

Shepherd, I.D.H.

Data in geography pp.63-64 *R
3(1).12

Shepherd, I.D.H.

Information at your fingertips pp.64-66 *R
3(1).13

Shepherd, I.D.H.

Did you know?... pp.66-67 *R
3(1).14

Backler, A.

Mastery learning: a case study and implications for instruction pp.68-75
3(1).15

Slater, F.

Editor's Note pp.76-77
3(1).16

Naish, M., Rawling, E. & Kent, A.

The man-environment approach to geography: a focus for curriculum development 16-19 pp.77-79
3(1).17

Clark, M.

The geography 16-19 project: An initial evaluation pp.80-82
3(1).18

Hall, P.

Geography 16-19: a response pp.82-83
3(1).19

Geipel, R. [translated by Gad, G.]

Curriculum development and society: West German geographers respond to the American high school geography project pp.84-85
3(1).20

Okunrotifa, T.

A missing link in the chain pp.86-87
3(1).21

Slater, F.

Editor's note on School examinations pp.87-88
3(1).22

Lewis, E.

N and F level proposals in Britain: the views of higher education pp.88-92
3(1).23

Stephenson, L.K.

Geographic education and community development pp.93-97
3(1).24

Editors

Arena editorial pp.98-99
3(1).25

Hallsworth, A. & Farres P.

The teaching of quantitative methods to large groups: an approach to staff participation pp.99-100
3(1).26

Blake, G.

Third world fieldwork: some guidelines for a programme pp.100-102
3(1).27

King, R.

More on assessment pp.102-106
3(1).28

Cosgrove, D.

Ron Johnston and structuralism pp.106-112

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Volume 3 Number 2 1979

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

3(2).01

Shepherd, I.D.H.

Internships and the education of geographers pp.5-7
3(2).02

Foster, L., Jones, K. & Mock, D.

Internships in the applied geography curriculum pp.8-14
3(2).03

Gad, G.

Internships in the liberal arts undergraduate programme: an example from Erindale College, University of Toronto pp.15-23
3(2).04

Lemon, J.

Reflections on work experience and community pp.24-28
3(2).05

Heiges, H.E.

Development of a geographical student internship programme: a mini manual pp.29-39
3(2).06

Seamon, D.

Phenomenology, geography and geographical education pp.40-50
3(2).07

Shepherd, I.D.H.

Editor's note pp.51 *R
3(2).08

Minghi, J.

Renaissance documents pp.51-53 *R
3(2).09

Massam, B.

Dear diary: comments on CATMOG pp.54-59 & 62-63 *R
3(2).10

Page, C.F. & Kitching, J.

Food for thought [Extract] pp.63 *R
3(2).11

Editors

Apologies [Error in JGHE 3.1 p.49] pp.63 *R
3(2).12

Unwin, D.

A la carte pp.64-67 *R
3(2).13

Finlayson, B.

Electrical conductivity: a useful technique in teaching geomorphology pp.68-87
3(2).14

Editors

A note from the Editors of JGHE re above paper pp.87
3(2).15

Slater, F.

Editor's note pp.89
3(2).16

Helburn, N.

Introduction in dyads pp.89-91
3(2).17

Black, P.

Skills versus subject matter pp.91-96
3(2).18

Hounsell, D.

Students as learners pp.97-102
3(2).19

Natoli, S.J.

The revision of the high school geography project pp.102-105
3(2).20

Unwin, D.

Under new management pp.106
3(2).21

Perry, A.

Is this really what we should be teaching about the atmosphere? pp.106-108
3(2).22

Gale, A.

The MacNamara Medicine Show: or a bicycle made for two? pp.108-110
3(2).23

Gardiner, V.

Exploratory data analysis: a less sanguine view pp.110-113
3(2).24

Ehrenberg, A.S.C.

A note of dissent on data analysis pp.113-116
3(2).25

Beesley, K.

Teaching, learning and the postgraduate: the British experience pp.116-118
3(2).26

Beyer, J.

Notes on recruiting good geography teachers pp.118-120
3(2).27

Monk, J.

Untitled note inviting material on gender issues pp.120

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