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ERIC Number: ED048092
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 338
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The Social Sciences and Geographic Education: A Reader.
Ball, John M., Ed.; And Others
This book brings together articles by educators, geographers, social scientists, and those whose competence and interests cross two or more of these fields. Geography as a discipline has played an important part in social studies/social science education. These chapters are representative of current thinking on many facets of the interaction among these fields: 1) Preston James and Norton Ginsburg: Academic Geography and Geographic Education; 2) Jerome Bruner, A. H. McNaughton, William Gardner and Vincent Rogers: The Educational Process: Impetus for Change; 3) Learning Processes and Concept Development with Millie Almy, Charlotte Crabtree, Barbara Bartz, John O. Towler, and Edith West; 4) Geographers Jan Broek, Edwin Thomas, Robert McNee, Edward Taaffe, and Robert Picker: Organizational Concepts and Methods in Geography; 5) Brian Johnson, Lawrence Senesh, Richard Nostrand, and Jack R. Fraenkel: Substantive and Instructional models in Geography; 6) Geography in the Curriculum with Gilbert White, William Pattison, Nicholas Helburn, Arthur Gitis, Phillip Martinez, Elmer Williams, Otto Jakubek, J. Doyle Casteel, Wes Measel, and Arthur Strahler; and, 7) The Future: Geography and Social Studies/Social Science with Edith West, Don Bennet, William Stuckey, John Archbold, James Parsley Jr., and James Swan. (NH)
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