Journal of Geography in Higher Education

1981 Index


Volume 5 Number 1 1981

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

5(1).01

O'Riordan, T.

Environmentalism and Education pp.3-17
5(1).02

Cosgrove, D.

Teaching Geographical Thought Through Student Interviews pp.19-22
5(1).03

Finlayson, B.

The Analysis of Stream Suspended Loads as a Geomorphological Teaching Exercise pp.23-35
5(1).04

Gray, M.

Large-scale Geomorphological Field Mappng: teaching the first stage (See also erratum in JGHE v. 5.1 p.109) pp.37-44
5(1).05

Gould, P.

Beginning Geography: a human and technical perspective pp.45-51
5(1).06

Eichen, M.

The Relationship between Self and Knowledge: dilemmas for the novice educator pp.53-60
5(1).07

King, R.

How Shall They Be Judged? Notes and Sources on Assessment pp.61-72
5(1).08

Shepherd, I.D.H.

Resources Editorial pp.73 *R
5(1).09

Gray, M.

More Gaps than Record: physical geography at the Open University pp.74-83 *R
5(1).10

Shakesbury, R.

Cartoons: Students and Staff pp.84-85 *R
5(1).11

Giles, B.

Meteorology Climatology: Climatology Meteorology: textbooks for teaching climatology to geographers pp.86-94 *R
5(1).12

Editor

The Silver Screen pp.94-95 *R
5(1).13

Editor

pp. 51-54) 5(1), pp.95-96 *R
5(1).14

Riley, J.

More on Staff Selection pp.97-99
5(1).15

Row, C.

Staff Selection: the interview and beyond pp.99-102
5(1).16

Pears, N.

Experience with Tutor-less Tutorials pp.102-103
5(1).17

Baum, T.

Towards a Relevant Research Education pp.103-107
5(1).18

Freeman, P.

In-class Experiments and Micros pp.107
5(1).19

Cohen, M.

UK/US Teacher Exchange Scheme pp.107-108
5(1).20

Gray, M.

Erratum: missing figure for JGHE 4.2 pp. 37-44 pp.107-108

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Volume 5 Number 2 1981

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

5(2).01

King, R.

To Play or Not to Play: an introduction to games and simulations in geography teaching pp.111-112
5(2).02

Walford, R.

Geography Games and Simulations: learning through experience pp.113-119
5(2).03

Conolly, G.

The Use of Four Selected Games in a Tertiary Geography Programme pp.121-132
5(2).04

Unwin, D.

Teaching a Model-based Climatology Using Energy Balance Simulation pp.133-138
5(2).05

Peacock, D.

A Simulation Exercise on Scientific Research for Use in Undergraduate Teaching pp.139-143
5(2).06

Hill, A.D. & Helburn, N.

Two Modes of Peer Teaching in Introductory College Geography pp.145-154
5(2).07

Silk, J. & Bowlby, S.

The Use of Project Work in Undergraduate Geography Teaching pp.155-162
5(2).08

Spinelli, J. & Smith, S.

Cooperative Education versus Internships: a challenge for an applied geography programme pp.163-168
5(2).09

Bein, F. & East, J.R.

Teaching Geography on Weekends and at Shopping Malls pp.169-174
5(2).10

Woodhead, P.

Library Subject Guides: their role in student instruction pp.175-179 *R
5(2).11

Editor

The Silver Screen pp.179-180 *R
5(2).12

Flood-Page, C.

Canada: land of the mountain and the flood pp.180-181 *R
5(2).13

Salisbury, N.E.

Introductory Textbooks in Physical Geography: an American perspective pp.181-197 *R
5(2).14

Thomas, C.

Yugoslav Geography: a case of mistaken identity pp.199-201
5(2).15

Carter, F.

Yugoslav Geography: a case of misguided optimism pp.202-205
5(2).16

Webster, F.

Teachers and Technology pp.205-208
5(2).17

Durbridge, N.

Students' Assignments: a question of design pp.208-212
5(2).18

Welsh, J.

Writing and the PhD Student pp.212-214
5(2).19

King, R.

Postscript on Assessment pp.214
5(2).20

Editor

Title-page and Contents, Volume 5 pp.215-217

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