Journal of Geography in Higher Education

2001 Index


Volume 25 Number 1 2001

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

25(1).01

Gardner, R. & Craig, L.

Editorial. Is Geography History? pp.5-10
25(1).02

Mezősi, G., Mucsi, L. & Garamhegyi, A.

Educational Innovation and the Market for Geographers in Hungary pp.11-21
25(1).03

Pepper, D., Webster, F. & Jenkins, A.

Benchmarking in Geography: some implications for assessing dissertations in the undergraduate curriculum pp.23-35
25(1).04

Summerby-Murray, R.

Analysing Heritage Landscapes with Historical GIS: contributions from problem-based inquiry and constructivist pedagogy pp.37-52
25(1).05

Hyers, A.D.

Predictable Achievement Patterns for Student Journals in Introductory Earth Science Courses pp.53-66
25(1).06

Waddington, S.B.

Working with the Community: improving the learning experience for large classes pp.67-82
25(1).07

Hoven, B. van & Boer, E. de

Student Empowerment through 'Area Analysis' pp.83-93
25(1).08

Maguire, S., Evans, S.E. & Dyas, L.

Approaches to Learning: a study of first-year geography undergraduates pp.95-107
       
ARENA  
25(1).09

 

The Teaching-Research Relationship: some commentaries on Jenkins p.109
25(1).10

Hanson, S.

Teaching, Research and Lifelong Learning pp.110-112
25(1).11

Johnston, R. & Cooke, R.

Standing and Delivering: views from the trenches pp.113-117
25(1).12

Winchester, H.P.M.

The Relationship Between Teaching and Research in Australian Geography pp.117-120
25(1).13 Owen, E. What Key Skills do Employers Need? pp.121-126
       
DIRECTIONS
25(1).14

Holloway, S.L. & Valentine, G.

Making an Argument: writing up human geography projects pp.127-132

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Volume 25 Number 2 2001

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

EDITORIAL

25(2).01

Hay, I.

Critical Geography and Activism in Higher Education pp.141-146
       
ARTICLES
25(2).02

Howitt, R.

Constructing Engagement: geographical education for justice within and beyond tertiary classrooms pp.147-166
25(2).03

Haigh, M.

Constructing Gaia: using journals to foster reflective learning pp.167-189
25(2).04

Jenkins, A. & Ward, A.

Moving with the Times: an oral history of a geography department pp.191-208
25(2).05

Maguire, S. & Edmondson, S.

Student Evaluation and Assessment of Group Projects pp.209-217
       
SYMPOSIUM: Teaching Geography to Non-geographers
25(2).06

McKendrick, J.

What's the Big Deal? Resource and pedagogical implications of teaching geography to non-geographers pp.219-223
25(2).07

McCleery, A.

Problems and Possibilities of Delivering 'Footloose' Geography: the case for space pp.225-232
25(2).08

Maguire, S.

Teaching Geography to Non-traditional Students: inducting, nurturing and retaining them pp.233-240
25(2).09

Rocksborough Smith, E.

From the Holiday to the Academy: implications for physical geography in higher education arising from 'popular' field-based geography in Dorset pp.241-248
25(2).10

McKendrick, J. & Mooney, E.

Teaching Geography to Non-geographers at Glasgow Caledonian University pp.249-260
25(2).11

Semple, S.

The Non-Geographer: overlooked but not forgotten pp.261-267
25(2).12

McKendrick, J.

Teaching Geography to Non-geographers: the way forward? pp.269-273
       
DIRECTIONS
25(2).13 Vujakovic, P. & Bullard, J. The Ethics Minefield: issues of responsibility in learning and research pp.275-283

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Volume 25 Number 3 2001

Article

Authors

Title

Page(s)

EDITORIAL

25(3).01

Agnew, C.

Evaluating Changes in Learning and Teaching pp.293-298
       
ARTICLES
25(3).02

Kearns, R.

(Dis)spirited Geography? pp.299-309
25(3).03

Brinegar, S.J.

Female Representation in the Discipline of Geography pp.311-320
25(3).04

Reed, M. & Mitchell, B.

Using Information Technologies for Collaborative Learning in Geography: a case study from Canada pp.321-339
25(3).05

Rutherford, D. & Lloyd, W.J.

Assessing a Computer-aided Instructional Strategy in a World Geography Course pp.341-355
25(3).06

Dwyer, C.

Linking Research and Teaching: a staff-student interview project pp.357-366
25(3).07

Fletcher, S.

Using Stakeholder Decision-making Simulation to Teach Integrated Coastal Management pp.367-378
25(3).08

Dalton, R.T.

What Do They Bring With Them? The fieldwork experiences of undergraduates on entry into higher education pp.379-393
DIRECTIONS
25(3).09 Bullard, J., Hubbard, P. & Dalgleish, H. Producing Web Pages for Assessment pp.395-402
25(3).09   Two Dozen Directions pp.403-404

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