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Journal of Geography in Higher Education - 2006 Index

Volume 30 - Number 3 - 2006
Title and Author(s) Page(s)
Physical Geography and the Geographic Thought Course Editorial
Kevin R. Cox
373-388
Revitalizing Economic Geography through Teaching Excellence: Some Pedagogic Reflections
Neil M. Coe and Henry Wai-Chung Yeung
389-404
Situating economic geographical teaching
Trevor J. Barnes
405-409
Priorities in Teaching Economic Geography: Placing the Economy, Sense of Geographies, Intellectual Bridging
Nancy Ettlinger
411-417
Surviving the First Time Through: A New Instructor's Views on Designing and Teaching Economic Geography and how Mentoring Early-Career Faculty Can Help
Christine L. Jocoy
419-425
Teaching (Political) Economic Geography: Some Personal Reflections
Richard Walker
427-437
Representing the Economic Geographies of ‘Others’: Reconsidering the Global South
James T. Murphy
439-448
Teaching Economic Geography in Two Contrasting Asian Contexts: Decentering Anglo-American Economic Geography in China and Singapore
Henry Wai-Chung Yeung and Weidong Liu
449-455
Engaging with Economic Geography in the ‘Real’ World: A Central Role for Field Teaching
Andrew Jones
457-462
A Practical Guide to Focus-Group Research
Rosanna L. Breen
463-475

 

Volume 30 - Number 2 - 2006
Title and Author(s) Page(s)
A Historical Case for the Role of Regional Geography in Geographic Education
Charles Wade
181-189
JGHE Biennial Award for Promoting Excellence in Teaching and Learning 2005
Joanna Bullard
191-194
Concerns, Attitudes and Abilities of Early-career Geography Faculty’: Research Context and Future Directions
Michael N. Solem and Kenneth E. Foote
195-198
Concerns, Attitudes, and Abilities of Early-Career Geography Faculty
Michael N. Solem and Kenneth E. Foote
199-234
Education for Sustainable Development: Continuation
Brian Chalkley
235-236
Environmental Research and Education in US Geography
Robert S. Bednarz
237-250
Finding Space for Education for Sustainable Development in the Enterprise Economy
David Higgitt
251-262
Cultural Assumptions against Sustainability: An International Survey
Barbara Gambini
263-279
A Due Diligence Report on New Zealand's Educational Contribution to the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development
David Chapman, Mary Flaws and Richard Le Heron
281-292
Sustainable Development within UK Higher Education: Revealing Tendencies and Tensions
William Scott and Stephen Gough
293-305
A Centre for Excellence in Education for Sustainable Development
Alan Dyer, David Selby and Brian Chalkley
307-312
Sustainability Education in Scotland: The Impact of National and International Initiatives on Teacher Education and Outdoor Education
Peter Higgins and Gordon Kirk
313-326
Promoting Environmental Education for Sustainable Development: The Value of Links between Higher Education and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
Martin J. Haigh
327-349
The Firm and Shaky Ground of Education for Sustainable Development
David Selby
351-365
Phenomenography: An Approach to Research into Geography Education
Keith Trigwell
367-372

 

Volume 30 - Number 1 - 2006
Title and Author(s) Page(s)
International Advice
David Higgitt and Martin Haigh
1-5
‘Dirt Cheap’—Cultural Constructs of Soil: A Challenge for Education about Soils?
Stephen Trudgill
7-14
Using the ‘Grieving’ Process and Learning Journals to Evaluate Students' Responses to Problem-Based Learning in an Undergraduate Geography Curriculum
Adrian Chappell
15-31
Using a Community Based Project to Link Teaching and Research: the Bourne Stream Partnership
Anita Shah and Emma Treby
33-48
Teaching the Social Construction of Regions in Regional Geography Courses; or, Why Do Vampires Come from Eastern Europe?
Jason Dittmer
49-61
International Perspectives on Selected Issues in Teaching and Learning Geography in Higher Education: Papers from the INLT Glasgow Workshop, 2004
Mick Healey
63-64
From Hawaii to Glasgow: The International Network for Learning and Teaching Geography in Higher Education (INLT) Five Years On
Mick Healey
65-75
Co-learning: Re-linking Research and Teaching in Geography
Richard Le Heron, Richard Baker, Lindsey Mcewen
77-87
International Perspectives on the Effectiveness of Geography Fieldwork for Learning
IAN FULLER, SALLY EDMONDSON, DEREK FRANCE, DAVID HIGGITT, ILKKA RATINEN
89-101
Problem-based Learning in Geography: Towards a Critical Assessment of its Purposes, Benefits and Risks
Eric Pawson, Eric Fournier, Martin Haigh, Osvaldo Muniz, Julie Trafford, Susan Vajoczki
103-116
Teaching Geography for Social Transformation
Jane Wellens, Andrea Berardi, Brian Chalkley, Bill Chambers, Ruth Healey, Janice Monk, Jodi Vender
117-131
Variations in International Understandings of Employability for Geography
Paul Rooney, Pauline Kneale, Barbara Gambini, Artimus Keiffer, Barbara Vandrasek, Sharon Gedye
133-145
Internationalizing Professional Development in Geography through Distance Education
Michael Solem, Lex Chalmers, David Dibiase, Karl Donert, Susan Hardwick
147-160
Life without Fieldwork: Some Lecturers' Perceptions of Geography and Environmental Science Fieldwork
Ian Scott, Ian Fuller, Steve Gaskin
161-171
Getting the Most out of Progress Files and Personal Development Planning
David Croot and Sharon Gedye
173-179

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