Journal of Geography in Higher Education

1996 Index


Volume 20 Number 1 1996

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

20(1).01

Matthews, H & Livingstone, I.

Editorial, Geography and Lifelong Learning pp.5-9
20(1).02

Bradbeer, J.

Problem-based Learning and Fieldwork: a better method of preparation? pp.11-18
20(1).03

Pain, R. & Mowl, G.

Improving Geography Essay Writing Using Innovative Assessment pp.19-31
20(1).04

Livingstone, I.

JGHE Symposium: Teaching Physical Geography pp.33-34
20(1).05

Higgitt, D.L.

The Effectiveness of Student-authored Field Trails as a Means of Enhancing Geomorphological Interpretation pp.35-44
20(1).06

Charlesworth, S.M. & Foster, I.D.L.

'Water and Environmental Systems': achieving student-centred learning objectives with an undergraduate journal pp.45-54
20(1).07

Tinsley, H.M.

Training Undergraduates for Self-directed Field Research Projects in Physical Geography: problems and possible solutions pp.55-64
20(1).08

Kneale, P.E.

Organising Student-centred Group Fieldwork and Presentations pp.65-74
20(1).09

Mottershead, D. & Suggitt, S.

Developing Transferable Skills: some examples from geomorphology teaching pp.75-82
20(1).10

Crewe, L.

Arena Symposium: Teaching Assistants. Graduate Teaching Assistants Programmes: the challenge ahead pp.83-89
20(1).11

D'Andrea, V-M.

Starting a Teaching Assistants' Training Programme: lessons learned in the USA pp.89-99
20(1).12

Welford, M.R.

Experiences, Reflections and Recommendations of a Teaching Assistant in the USA pp.99-106
20(1).13

Linehan, D.

Postgrads on the Edge: the status and experience of postgraduate teaching in geography departments in the UK pp.107-117
20(1).14

White, P.

Issues in the Use of Teaching Fellows pp.117-122
20(1).15

Jackson, P. & Maddrell, A.

Arena Symposium: Equal Opportunities. Equal Opportunities in an Unequal World? pp.123-125
20(1).16

Barnett, C. & Bowlby S.

How to Talk Properly and Influence People pp.125-127
20(1).17

Callard, F.

Disarmingly Simple? Negotiating the politics of academic practice pp.127-130
20(1).18

Cook, I.G.

Developing Non-racist, Non-sexist Teaching in Urban and Geographical Education: a case study pp.130-133
20(1).19

Domosh, M.

Challenging 'The Bell Curve' pp.133-134
20(1).20

Maddrell, A, & Jackson, P.

Concluding Comment: equal opportunities for students? pp.134-136
20(1).21

Hay, I.

Examinations I: preparing for an exam pp.137-142

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Volume 20 Number 2 1996

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

20(2).01

Chalkley, B.

Editorial I. Geography and Teaching Quality Assessment: how well did we do? pp.149-158
20(2).02

Johnson, R.

Editorial II. And Now it's All Over, Was it Worth All the Effort? pp.159-165
20(2).03

Healey, M. et al.

Learning in Small Groups in University Geography Courses: designing a core module around group projects pp.167-180
20(2).04

Gibbs, G. et al.

Class Size, Coursework Assessment and Student Performance in Geography: 1984-94 pp.181-192
20(2).05

Keller, C.P. et al.

A Hypertext Tutor for Teaching Principles and Techniques of GIS pp.193-208 *R
20(2).06

Gold, J.R. et al.

Interpreting the Dust Bowl: teaching environmental philosophy through film pp.209-222
20(2).07

Phillips, M. & Healey, M.

Teaching the History and Philosophy of Geography in British Undergraduate Courses pp.223-242
20(2).08

Vias, A.

The Arizona Community Data Set: a long-term project for education and research in economic geography pp.243-258 *R
20(2).09

Hay, I.

Examinations II: undertaking an exam pp.259-264

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Volume 20 Number 3 1996

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

20(3).01

Bradford, M.

Editorial. Regulation of Geographical Education: present competition and future collaboration pp.277-280
20(3).02

Rose, G.

Teaching Visualised Geographies: towards a methodology for the interpretation of visual materials pp.281-294
20(3).03

Boyd, W.

The Significance of Significance in Cultural Heritage Studies: a role fo cultural analogues in applied geography teaching pp.295-304
20(3).04

Rawling, E.M.

School Geography: some key issues for higher education pp.305-322
20(3).05

Kennedy-Kalafatis, S. & Carleton, D.

Encouraging Peer Dialogue in the Geography Classroom: peer editing to improve student writing pp.323-341
20(3).06

Strachan, I.B. & Wilcox, S.

Peer and Self Assessment of Group Work: developing an effective response to increased enrolment in a third-year course in microclimatology pp.343-353
20(3).07

Fox, M.F.

Teaching a Large Enrolment, Introductory Geography Course by Television pp.355-365
20(3).08

McEwen, L.

Student Involvement with the Regionally Important Geomorphological Site (RIGS) Scheme: an opportunity to learn geomorphology and gain transferable skills pp.367-378
20(3).09

McEwen, L.

Arena Symposium: Fieldwork in the Undergraduate Geography Programme: challenges and changes pp.379-384
20(3).10

Clark, D.

Arena Symposium: The Changing National Context of Fieldwork in Geography pp.385-391
20(3).11

Higgitt, M.

Arena Symposium: Addressing the New Agenda for Fieldwork in Higher Education pp.391-398
20(3).12

Haigh, M.J.

Arena Symposium: Empowerment Ethics, Environmental Action: a practical exercise pp.399-411
20(3).13

McEwen, L. & Harris, F.

Arena Symposium: The Undergraduate Geography Fieldweek: challenges and changes pp.411-421
20(3).14

Gardiner, V.

Arena Symposium: Applying a Systems Approach to the Management of Change in Fieldwork pp.422-430
20(3).15

Burkill, S. & Burley, J.

Getting Started on a Geography Dissertation pp.431-438

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