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Journal of Geography in Higher Education - 2005 Index

Volume 29 - Number 1 - 2005
Title and Author(s) Page(s)
Editorial 1-5
Editorial 7-12
Towards the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development: Introduction
Higgitt, D., Haigh, M. & Chalkley, B.
13-17
Educating Earth-literate Leaders
Martin, S. & Jucker, R.
19-29
Greening the University Curriculum: Appraising an International Movement
Haigh, M.
31-48
Environmental Education for Sustainable Development in Russia
Kasimov, N.S., Malkhazova, S.M. & Romanova, E.P.
49-59
An Environmental Education Concept for Galtür, Austria
Hama, A.M., Seitz, M. Sansone, A. & Stötter, J.
61-77
Sustainability, Systems Thinking and Professional Practice
Martin, S., Brannigan, J. & Hall, A.
79-89
Distance Education in Geographic Information Science: Symposium and an Informal Survey
Wright, D.J. & DiBiase, D.
91-100
Testing Times: Traditional Examination and Asynchronous Learning
Harris, R.
101-114
Content, Community, and Collaboration at ESRI Virtual Campus: A GIS Company's Perspective on Creating an Online Learning Resource
Johnson, A.B. & Boyd, J.M.
115-121
Web-casting of Geographic Information Science Graduate Courses
Onsrud, H.J.
123-137
Scaling Up: Faculty Workload, Class Size, and Student Satisfaction in a Distance Learning Course on Geographic Information Science
DiBiase, D. & Rademacher, H.J.
139-158
Making the Most of Your Conference Journey
Hay, I., Dunn, K. & Street, A.
159-171
Volume 29 - Number 2 - 2005
Title and Author(s) Page(s)
Editorial 173-182
Linking Research and Teaching to Benefit Student Learning
Mick Healey
183-201
Implementing a Problem-Based Learning Approach for Teaching Research Methods in Geography
RACHEL SPRONKEN-SMITH
203-221
Using a Web-based Resource to Prepare Students for Fieldwork: Evaluating the Dark Peak Virtual Tour
JULIA McMORROW
223-240
Going Global? Long-Haul Fieldwork in Undergraduate Geography
Mark Mcguinness and David Simm
241-253
Teaching Research Through Field Studies: A Cumulative Opportunity for Teaching Methodology to Human Geography Undergraduates
Ruth Panelli and Richard V. Welch
255-277
Advanced Research Training in Human Geography: the Scottish Experience
Fungisai Gwanzura-Ottemoeller, Peter Hopkins, Hayden Lorimer, Lorna J. Philip
279-292
The Problems of Utilizing ‘Direct Experience’ in Geography Education
KAREN NAIRN
293-309
JGHE Biennial Award for Promoting Excellence in Teaching and Learning: Call for Nominations 2005
Martin Haigh
311-312
Review of ‘Engaging Students in Active Learning: Case Studies in Geography, Environment and Related Disciplines’
STEPHEN FLETCHER
313-315
Volume 29 - Number 3 - 2005
Title and Author(s) Page(s)
Editorial: Human Ethics, Supervision and Equity: Ethical Oversight of Student Research
Richard Howitt
317-320
Real and Virtual Experiential Learning on the Mekong: Field Schools, e-Sims and Cultural Challenge
Philip Hirsch and Kate Lloyd
321-337
Placing the Personal in Pedagogy: Engaged Pedagogy in ‘Feminist’ Geographical Teaching
Kath Browne
339-354
Geography, Citizenship and Volunteering: Some Uses of the Higher Education Active Community Fund in Geography
Richard Yarwood
355-368
Transition and Transformation: The Influence of a Learning Package on Student Performance in Soils Geography Studies
Ana Vovk Korže
369-384
Teaching Geographic Information Systems in a Problem-Based Learning Environment
Christine Drennon
385-402
Self-assessment and Reflective Learning for First-year University Geography Students: A Simple Guide or Simply Misguided?
Graham Thompson, Alan Pilgrim, Kristy Oliver
403-420
Case Study Research
Glynis Cousin
421-427

 

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