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  • European dimension and European identity through the perspective of geography teaching in Slovenia
  • Education ; Educational programme ; Europe ; Regional identity ; Slovenia ; Teaching of geography
  • Education ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Europe ; Identité régionale ; Programme scolaire ; Slovénie
  • The paper discusses geography teaching in Slovenia as viewed through the prism of an European dimension and identity. The A. aims to identify to what extent the European dimension and European identity exist within school geography curricula. He
  • suggests possibilities for the development of geography teaching concerning the implementation of European identity issues within the framework of European dimension. - (IKR)
  • 2012
  • Education for active citizenship in spatial-planning processes : from teacher to student
  • Citizenship ; Education ; Planning ; Project ; Slovenia ; Spatial system ; Sustainable development ; Teacher ; Teaching of geography
  • Citoyenneté ; Développement durable ; Education ; Enseignant ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Planification ; Projet ; Slovénie ; Système spatial
  • guidelines for how information on spatial values and spatial planning can improve the learning process for geography and related subjects. Special attention was directed toward teacher education because teachers spend the most time with young people during
  • In countries with a brief democratic tradition, which also includes Slovenia, it is necessary to blaze new paths for teaching sustainable spatial development. As part of the international project R.A.V.E. Space, the AA. therefore sketched out
  • 2012
  • Undergraduate teaching and learning in physical geography
  • Active learning ; Constructivism ; Field experiment ; Physical geography ; Simulation ; Teaching ; Teaching of geography ; Traditional learning
  • Apprentissage actif ; Constructivisme ; Enseignement ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Enseignement traditionnel ; Expérimentation de terrain ; Géographie physique ; Simulation
  • geography. The scholarship of teaching and learning physical geography offers challenges and opportunities for new and experienced faculty who have not previously published in this field.
  • 2012
  • Biographie ; Ecole française ; FAUCHER (D.) ; Histoire de la géographie ; Siècle 20
  • Biography ; French school ; History of geography ; Twentieth Century
  • Daniel Faucher was trained in the Institut de Géographie Alpine in Grenoble, and worked in a provincial teacher-training college for over a decade. His doctoral thesis, written withencouragement from Raoul Blanchard, was a comprehensive regional
  • monograph on the lower Rhône valley. He was an all-rounder in both teaching and research, but his preference was for rural geography. Teaching at the University of Toulouse for a quarter of a century, he pioneered the promotion of geographical research
  • in south-western France. His holistic vision of geography and his belief that knowledge of the past helped understand the present and might be of value in shaping the future were inseparable from his commitment to the cause of regional development
  • and agricultural modernization. Two books on theRhône valleywere complemented by important texts on rural geography and by articles on the geography of southwestern France. – (HC)
  • 2012
  • Teaching against culture” in geography of Islam
  • Cultural studies ; Identity ; Islam ; Muslims ; Post-colonialism ; Teacher ; Teaching of geography ; United States of America ; Veiling ; Wisconsin ; Woman
  • Culturel ; Enseignant ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Etats-Unis ; Femme ; Identité ; Islam ; Milwaukee ; Musulmans ; Port du voile ; Post-colonialisme ; Wisconsin
  • L’A. analyse les différentes manières d’aborder et de se confronter à l’Islam et à l’altérité dans le cadre de l’enseignement de la géographie de cette religion. Il propose une approche remettant en cause son caractère monolithique et mettant
  • large des géographies sociales, de la religion et du post-colonialisme.
  • 2012
  • [b1] Department of Geography and the Center for Women’s Studies, Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Etats-Unis
  • Biographie ; DRESCH (J). ; Ecole française ; Histoire de la géographie ; Siècle 20
  • Biography ; French school ; History of geography ; Twentieth Century
  • Born into an intellectual family, Jean Dresch was attracted to geography through mountaineering. Ten years of teaching in Morocco and membership of the Communist Party strengthened his opposition to the colonial system. His doctoral work focused
  • on the physical geography of mountains but also examined human activities in harsh upland environments. He was firmly committed to the unity of the discipline of geography and insisted that theories should be tested by personal enquiries and observations
  • in the field. His teaching career at the University of Paris lasted for a quarter of a century, focusing initially on North Africa and then on geomorphology, with increasing emphasis on arid regions, desertification and development studies. Jean Dresch directed
  • the Institut de Géographie for a decade and mentored a hundred doctoral students. He was president of the International Geographical Union, 1972–76. A long and active retirement was devoted to academic travel, scientific writing and campaigning on behalf
  • 2012
  • Biographie ; Ecole française ; Histoire de la géographie ; PERPILLOU (A.) ; Siècle 20
  • Biography ; French school ; History of geography ; Twentieth Century
  • as that of an educator and, like Demangeon, wrote useful texts for students, teachers and pupils at various stages of education. As a professor he was clear and comprehensive, displaying his belief in the unity of geography (physical, regional and cartographic), but he
  • was able to focus on economic geography during his quarter century of teaching at the Sorbonne. His personal interests in transport geography were developed through the work of some of his doctoral students. Perpillou’s fascination for tracing changes
  • 2012
  • Education ; England ; Reform ; School curriculum ; Teaching ; Teaching of geography ; United Kingdom
  • Cursus scolaire ; Disciplinarité ; Education ; England ; Enseignement ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Royaume-Uni ; Réforme
  • 2012
  • The geodemographics of access and participation in Geography
  • Choice ; Data ; Education ; Educational programme ; England ; Spatial differentiation ; Teaching of geography ; United Kingdom
  • Choix ; Différenciation spatiale ; Donnée ; Education ; England ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Programme scolaire ; Royaume-Uni
  • Geography is not a complulsory subject of study beyond the age of 14 in English schools and this has had an impact on both absolute and relative participation rates over recent years. Geodemographic analysis reveals that pupils domiciled within more
  • affluent and less ethnically diverse areas record the highest rates of participation and attainment in GCSE Geography, and that the stratified patterns of participation have increased between 2005 and 2009.
  • 2012
  • [b1] Department of Geography, School of Environmental Sciences, Univ., Liverpool, Royaume-Uni
  • Belgium ; Globalization ; Multinational firm ; Pedagogy ; Practical work ; Relocation ; Teaching of geography
  • Belgique ; Dossier pédagogique ; Délocalisation ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Entreprise multinationale ; GSM ; Mondialisation ; Pédagogie ; Travaux pratiques
  • 2012
  • Academic freedom, intellectual diversity, and the place of politics in geography
  • Geographic research ; Higher education ; Inter-disciplinary approach ; Neo liberalism ; Policy ; Research ; Teacher ; Teaching of geography ; United States of America ; University
  • Enseignant ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Enseignement supérieur ; Etats-Unis ; Interdisciplinarité ; Liberté académique ; Néolibéralisme ; Politique ; Recherche ; Recherche géographique ; Université
  • 2012
  • [b1] Department of Geography, Univ. of Vermont, Burlington, Etats-Unis
  • How the people of Butembo (RDC) were chosen to embody ‘the New Congo’: or what the appearance of a poster in a city's public places can teach about its social tissue
  • Colonialisme ; Commerçant ; Congo RD ; Culturel ; Géographie culturelle ; Géographie historique ; Mythe ; Plante endémique ; Rumeur ; Siècle 20 ; Société
  • Colonialism ; Congo DR ; Cultural geography ; Cultural studies ; Endemic plant ; Historical geography ; Myth ; Shopkeeper ; Society ; Twentieth Century
  • 2012
  • Graduate education in U.S. geography : students' career aspirations and faculty perspectives
  • Education ; Educational programme ; Motivation ; Professional training ; Students ; Teaching of geography ; United States of America
  • Education ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Etats-Unis ; Etudiants ; Formation professionnelle ; Motivation ; Programme scolaire
  • 2012
  • [b1] School of Geography and Development, Univ. of Arizona, Tucson, Etats-Unis
  • [b2] Dept. of Geography, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, Etats-Unis
  • [b3] Dept. of Geography and Planning, Univ., Toledo, Etats-Unis
  • La distribution spatiale des candidats pour les études en géographie et en sciences de la Terre à l'Université de Szeged
  • Earth sciences ; Employment ; Human geography ; Hungary ; Space time ; Spatial distribution ; Students ; Szeged ; Teaching of geography ; University
  • Distribution spatiale ; Emploi ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Espace-temps ; Etudiants ; Géographie humaine ; Hongrie ; Sciences de la Terre ; Szeged ; Université
  • to the courses offered by the Institution of Geography and Earth Sciences at the University of Szeged. The results of the research can readily contribute to attract the necessary number of students to geography and earth sciences and to develop sound fundaments
  • 2012
  • External examiners and the continuing inflation of UK undergraduate geography degree results
  • Educational programme ; School curriculum ; Students ; Teaching of geography ; United Kingdom ; University
  • Cursus scolaire ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Etudiants ; Programme scolaire ; Royaume-Uni ; Université
  • to create a level playing field at a time when their role is rapidly changing and their influence is declining. A new scheme is proposed to circulate to all undergraduate external examiners in geography an annual table of the percentage of good degrees
  • 2012
  • [b1] School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Univ., Birmingham, Royaume-Uni
  • Si proches et si lointaines : l'histoire et la géographie réunies dans un cursus commun ?
  • History ; Innovation ; Inter-disciplinary approach ; Italy ; Secondary education ; Teaching of geography
  • Enseignement de la géographie ; Enseignement secondaire ; Histoire ; Innovation ; Interdisciplinarité ; Italie
  • This article discusses the possible development of interdisciplinary curricula in history and geography in the Italian school system based on the issues and problems of cultural and educational experience has arisen from direct experience of history
  • and geography in the two-year high school program. The didactic concept avoids the risk of favoring one of the disciplines over the other, but instead requires a strong epistemological and methodological innovation concerning both disciplines. There is a need
  • 2012
  • Les SIG et le territoire. Les laboratoires expérimentaux pour une nouvelle didactique de la Géographie
  • Didactics ; Geographical information system ; Innovation ; Teaching of geography ; Territory
  • Didactique ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Innovation ; Système d'information géographique ; Territoire
  • Toutes les nouvelles applications informatiques et particulièrement celles consacrées à la géographie ont complètement changé les méthodes d'étude du territoire. Mais ceci ne signifie pas qu’une aussi importante connaissance du contenu ne puisse
  • 2012
  • Biographie ; CUMBERLAND (K.) ; Ecole britannique ; Histoire de la géographie ; Siècle 20
  • Biography ; British school ; History of geography ; Twentieth Century
  • Kenneth Cumberland was a Yorkshireman who became the first geographer by qualification to teach the subject at university level in New Zealand. He joined the new Department of Geography at Canterbury University College inChristchurch in May 1938
  • purpose and wider application of geography. Hegave public radio broadcasts for 30 years, was active in local politics, and served two terms as a Vice-President of the International Geographical Union. – (HC)
  • 2012
  • Een selectie van de markantse feiten van september 2011 tot augustus 2012
  • Une sélection des faits géographiques marquants de septembre 2011 à août 2012
  • Jaarboek 2012
  • Annuaire 2012
  • Belgium ; Chronology ; Event ; Secondary education ; Teaching of geography
  • Belgique ; Chronologie ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Enseignement secondaire ; Evénement
  • Cette contribution présente un tableau chronologique d’événements à caractères géographiques qui ont émaillé l’année scolaire 2011-2012 ; ces faits ont été classés par thème afin de pouvoir les utiliser comme exemples pour l’année scolaire2012-2013
  • 2012
  • Didactics ; Estuary ; France ; Geomorphology ; Geomorphosite ; Loire ; Loire-Atlantique ; Natural heritage ; Pays de la Loire ; Popularization ; Teaching of geography
  • Didactique ; Enseignement de la géographie ; Estuaire ; France ; Géomorphologie ; Géomorphosite ; Loire ; Loire-Atlantique ; Patrimoine naturel ; Pays de la Loire ; Vulgarisation
  • 2012