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  • The extent and content of the presentation of the geography of Europe in school textbooks in European countries
  • Europe ; Regional geography ; School geography ; School textbook ; Secondary education ; Teaching of geography
  • The purpose of this article is to determine to what extent and with what kind of content European textbooks approach the study of the geography of Europe. It presents results from one of the earliest studies to include textbooks from almost all
  • European countries. Using a specially designed data recording sheet an analysis was made of 35 textbooks for lower secondary and 28 textbooks for upper secondary education. There were 17 elements analyzed in the textbooks. - (L'A.).
  • The image of the 'Palestinian' in geography textbooks in Israel
  • Hebrew textbooks of geography have presented Palestinians in one of several ways (ethnocentric, experiential, anthropological) that reflects the historical period in which they were written. - (DWG)
  • Representations of climate change in lower secondary geography curricula and textbooks from Bavaria (Germany), Romania and Mexico carry the characteristic fingerprints of their different national educational settings. Climate change is absent from
  • all but the Bavarian curriculum. The majority of the textbooks display a rather static view of what constitutes climate change. Textbook representations of climate change contribute to geographical knowledge acquisition. Cultural aspects shape
  • curricula and textbooks.
  • Educational programme ; Migration ; Primary education ; School textbook ; Secondary education ; Slovenia ; Teaching of geography ; Technical education
  • In Slovenia, the migrations are treated in almost all geographical textbooks. In elementary school, the students acquire knowledge of the migrations by the inductive approach. In the grammar school program a trail of gaining knowledge on migration
  • is deductive. Most attention is dedicated to migrations in general geography textbooks. The textbooks for vocational and technical school programs deal with migrations to a lesser extent and with different approaches. - (IKR)
  • Hungary ; School textbook ; Sustainable development ; Teaching of geography
  • The paper analyses two textbook series of two Hungarian publishing houses regarding the degree to which they reflect the fundamental idea of sustainable development. - (AM)
  • Consensus and invisibility : the representation of women in human geography textbooks
  • Continuity and change in geography textbooks : perspectives from the 1930's to the 1960's
  • This textbook treate every aspect of igneous rocks, including their occurrence and emplacement, phase relations, geochemistry, and isotopic composition. In addition, results of field and laboratory studies are brought together in an integrated
  • which are not seen in active volcanoes. Many of the classic localities of igneous petrology are also described. This book is profusely illustrated with maps, tables and diagrams, and contains an extensive bibliography, making it not only a textbook
  • The treatment of comparative advantage in economic geography textbooks
  • Europe ; Portugal ; School textbook ; Teaching of geography
  • It is the target of this study to understand the character of the European dimension in actual Portuguese geography textbooks of 7th to 9th grade. A treatment of quantitative and qualitative methods was developed, which corresponds to the demands
  • The politics of changing human geography's agenda : textbooks and the representation of increasing diversity
  • Coastal environment ; Human geography ; Physical geography ; Textbook
  • Historical account ; Ocean ; Oceanography ; Textbook
  • The A. observed that geography has a high status in Dutch secondary schools, that Dutch textbooks tend to apply major geographic themes to a specific regional setting, and that classes use active learning techniques. - (DWG)
  • New edition of the textbook by SCHERHAG, where the first part (basic elements of meteorology, planetarial circulation, air pressure and wind systems) remained unchanged, while the second part (climatic classifications, climatic variations, micro
  • Didactics ; Education ; Education system ; Educational programme ; Geographical knowkedge ; Primary education ; School textbook ; Secondary education ; Teaching of geography
  • Lionel Lyde was an influential pioneer among British geographers, writing short textbooks for British schoolchildren during the 1890s and giving extension lectures at Glasgow and Oxford. After a period in school teaching, he accepted an invitation
  • to occupy the new chair of economic geography at University College London, then the only geographer in the United Kingdom to hold professorial title. He presented his views vigorously in lectures and in textbooks, never failing to draw on anthropological
  • In this paper, a bibliography of textbooks for geography used in Austrian schools is presented. Geography became a separate subject late in the 19th century in connection with the development of several types of secondary schools. The development
  • of these textbooks also reflects the impact of political history in Austria. In 1962, a general educational reform was started. It was an important step for geography, too, because geography and introductory courses in economy were integrated to form a new curriculum
  • Geographical monographs of Slovenia by A. Melik, and university and secondary school textbooks by S. Ilešič, enabled the Slovene regional geography to pursue international developments in this field. Tempestuous debates about the methodology
  • Disease ; History ; Medical geography ; Natural resources ; School textbook ; Social geography