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  • Mental maps of the world: the case of Singapore students
  • Enquiry ; Mental map ; Perception ; Singapore ; Students ; Teaching of geography ; View of the world
  • This project involved data collected between 1985-1987 from more than 3800 students in 52 countries. Not all the countries which were important in Singapore's students' conceptions were reciprocated in the views of students in other countries about
  • Basic cartography : for students and technicians.
  • Children ; Education ; Students ; Young people
  • The paper focuses on issues in work with able student. The author, based on her experiences from 40 years of work with students, as well as on available literature, presents notions and methods for recognising able students, ways and forms of work
  • with able children and young people, concluding that such work should focus not only on intellectual, but also on emotional and social areas of student’s development. - (BJ)
  • Geography ; Poland ; Pomerania ; Students ; Tourism
  • The article characterises student tourism based on a chosen student population: geography students from The Pomeranian Academy of Słupsk. The resulting description pertains to student tourism’s frequency, level of activity, tourist behaviour
  • Fieldwork and disabled students : discourses of exclusion and inclusion
  • Activity space ; Disability ; Discourse ; Higher education ; Practice of geography ; Social exclusion ; Students ; United Kingdom
  • The paper emphasizes a critical on fieldwork, highlighting the way in which fieldcourses can exclude disabled students. It discusses a survey of the experiences of providing learning support to disabled students undertaking fieldwork in geography
  • Studentification in Ireland? Analysing the impacts of students and student accommodation on Cork City
  • Housing ; Housing policy ; Inner city ; Ireland ; Private sector ; Real estate development ; Students ; University ; Urban area ; Urban renewal
  • Higher education institutions (HEIs) in Ireland have experienced a considerable growth in student numbers over the last 10 years. This growth in enrolments is predicted to continue for at least the next decade. The geographies of the student
  • the development of purpose-built student accommodation in Ireland to relieve the supply pressures being felt in the private rental sector at the time. The Irish government introduced tax incentives to encourage private investment and development in urban areas
  • , with a particular scheme aimed at student accommodation. This paper offers the first analysis of the impacts of student populations and targeted urban renewal schemes for purpose-built student accommodation in Ireland. After a review of the current research field
  • , the paper offers a brief overview of the student population nationally and then examines a number of recent purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) developments in Cork to offer an understanding of the scale and extent of newly constructed student
  • A geographical forecast of the demand for student places
  • The persistence of selected geographic misperceptions : a survey of junior high through undergraduate college students
  • In a test given to more than 700 students, geographic misperceptions were found to persist across all measured educational levels. Male students did better at junior high than girls, but at university level, no differences between the sexes were
  • Introductory level college geography courses and the learning disabled student
  • The A. explains strategies to help students with disorders such as dyslexia and aphasia to learn geographic concepts. - (DWG)
  • Finding their way around town : two exercises for high school and college students
  • Activities designed to introduce students to their local area. - (DWG)
  • Incorporating student logbooks into geography classes
  • The assignment of diaries into the educational process helps teachers get feedback about the course content| they also give students a chance to better their writing skills. - (DWG)
  • Teaching American students about urbanization in developing countries : the rise of role-playing
  • Exercise to teach students how to understand a Third World city in terms of living space for the poor. - (DWG)
  • Improving the cognitive development of students' mental maps of the world
  • Assessment of the effectiveness of teaching students (12-13 yrs. old) to develop a mental map of the world. - (DWG)
  • Students as map makers: creating choropleth maps
  • How students, grades 9-12, can make maps from their own data with or without a computer. - (DWG)
  • In Dunkelsten Afrika : Africa in the student mind
  • Traces the level of knowledge that students at the University of Minnesota had from 1957 to 1986 in terms of names on the map of Africa and images of the continent.-(D. W. Gade).
  • Factors associated with students' place location knowledge
  • Another statistical demonstration of the geographical illiteracy of American students at the university level. - (D. W. Gade).
  • Czech Republic ; Foreigner ; International migration ; Prague ; Russians ; Students ; University
  • The article deals with International migration for educational purposes. Czechia receives an increasing number of foreign students mainly from Slovakia, Russia, the Ukraine and Belarus. The share of foreign students in the total student population
  • in Czechia is 7.5 % (2005-2006). The survey based on electronic questionnaire was performed among foreign students at the University of Economics, Prague in spring 2006 with the objective to confirm the hypothesis on motivation for studying in Czechia
  • Attractiveness of Poland as a tourist destination in the eyes of Czech students of primary schools
  • This study summarizes the analysis of perception of Poland as a tourist destination in the eyes of students of primary schools located in Prague and was created as part of a larger survey of the attractiveness of Poland for the people of the czech
  • republic. The data are based on a questionnaire survey done in april 2009 as a result, the author managed to receive 242 questionnaires filled out by students of seventh to ninth grade of primary schools. Analysis of the questionnaires confirmed the thesis
  • that Poland is not perceived as an attractive tourist destination and the majority of the involved students have very little knowledge about the country. - (EN)
  • The World seen by Hungarian students: a mental map analysis
  • Attractiveness ; Europe ; Hungary ; Mental map ; Perception ; Place ; Students ; World
  • The project “Eurobroadmap”, funded by the European Commission, is setting out a worldwide survey of the opinions of undergraduate students in different fields of learning in order to analyse their perception of the World and Europe. It focuses
  • mainly on two aspects: attractive and repulsive places, and relevant partitions of the World. The article gives an overview on global and local level on the valuable considerations of the Hungarian students’ cognitive geographical perception. - (AM)
  • Making Asian students, making students Asian : the racialisation of export education in Auckland, New Zealand
  • Asians ; Auckland ; Education ; Export ; New Zealand ; Students