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Alderman, Derek; Narro Perez, Rodrigo; Eaves, LaToya E.; Klein, Phil; Muñoz, Solange – Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 2021
Responding to rising social tensions and ongoing theoretical and political changes in the study of geography, we advocate for greater operationalizing of anti-racism pedagogies within the field. Such pedagogies undermine long-standing geographic knowledge systems that marginalize and misrepresent people of color while also distorting and…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Story Telling, Geography Instruction, Moral Values
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Summerby-Murray, Robert – Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 2010
Narrative inquiry is an innovative means of encouraging students to internalize concepts, reflect on experiences or create applications for theoretical ideas. The use of first-person creative writing in a second-year cultural geography course prompted initial scepticism from students but eventually highlighted their constructivist engagement with…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Creative Writing, Human Geography, Moral Issues
Samuels, Frank – 1982
Counselors working with black ghetto populations must consider the geography, moral values, and commonality of interests of the community. The counselor is primarily concerned with the deployment of community resources and, when resources are scarce, the counselor must become an advocate. Counselors striving to change the blacks' perceptions of…
Descriptors: Black Attitudes, Black Community, Blacks, Community Influence
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Béneker, Tine; van der Vaart, Rob – International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 2020
Michael Young has written extensively about "powerful knowledge" as the type of knowledge that should be central in education: knowledge that is -- among many other things -- reliable and potentially testable, that helps us understand the natural and social world, and offers us a language to engage meaningfully in moral and political…
Descriptors: Geography Instruction, Knowledge Level, Migration, Definitions
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Tracana, Rosa Branca; Ferreira, Claudia; Ferreira, Maria Eduarda; Carvalho, Graca S. – International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 2008
Environmental education has been seen as a basic tool to contribute to the change of conceptions, values and attitudes. Textbook analysis is a major element in the evaluation of how the educational goals (at the legislative level of national programmes) are implemented at the school level. The aim of the present study was to analyse the…
Descriptors: Environmental Education, Textbooks, Pollution, Sustainable Development
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Huff, Chuck – Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 2014
There is evidence to support the idea that moral action can be thought of in terms of expertise in a domain. This paper reviews work on the development of moral expertise across five levels, from novice to expertise. It addresses the role of habit in expertise and self-regulation strategies that signal when habitual action is not working and that…
Descriptors: Geography Instruction, Geographic Information Systems, Ethics, Expertise
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Lambert, David – Journal of Geography, 2018
The purpose of this short article is to offer a critical perspective on Larsen and Harrington's ambitious and stimulating review article. It does so by drawing a distinction between teaching and learning and discussing how progression metaphors for describing the latter can distort the moral purpose of the former. My response to the provocation…
Descriptors: Place Based Education, Geography Instruction, Teaching Methods, Articulation (Education)
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Yin, Hong-biao; Lee, John Chi-Kin – Chinese Education and Society, 2011
Compared with the rich exploration of teachers' emotional geographies in the West, there have been only a small number of studies conducted in Chinese societies that have adopted Hargreaves's emotional geographies to analyze human interactions in education. This study explores the nature of emotions felt by teachers during their interactions with…
Descriptors: National Curriculum, Curriculum Development, Emotional Response, Educational Change
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Boyd, William E.; Healey, Ruth L.; Hardwick, Susan W.; Haigh, Martin; Klein, Phil; Doran, Bruce; Trafford, Julie; Bradbeer, John – Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 2008
This paper examines ethics in learning and teaching geography in higher education. It proposes a pathway towards curriculum and pedagogy that better incorporates ethics in university geography education. By focusing on the central but problematic relationships between (i) teaching and learning on the one hand and research on the other, and (ii)…
Descriptors: Geography Instruction, Higher Education, Geography, Ethics
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Lo Bianco, Joseph – Multilingua: Journal of Cross-Cultural and Interlanguage Communication, 2021
This contribution discusses some links between the linguistics and the economics of the spirit of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurialism. Whether it is individuals or various social groupings, or even entire societies, a review of policies promoting self-investment in language ability links to a neoliberal economic and political ethos of…
Descriptors: Multilingualism, Entrepreneurship, Moral Values, Linguistics
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Harvey, Francis – Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 2014
To help ethical issues gain traction in geographic information technology education, this article proposes that the education of GIScience and technology professionals go beyond abstract scholarly ethics to applied approaches based on practical wisdom. The main point for educators made in this paper is that applied ethics' focus on values,…
Descriptors: Geographic Information Systems, Ethical Instruction, Geography Instruction, Values
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Hargreaves, Andy – Teachers College Record, 2001
Introduces emotional geographies, which describe patterns of closeness and distance in human interactions that shape the emotions people experience about relationships to themselves, others, and the world around them. Using an interview-based study of elementary and secondary teachers, the paper describes five emotional geographies of…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Emotional Response, Interpersonal Relationship, Moral Values
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Bruckner, Heide K.; Kowasch, Matthias – Policy Futures in Education, 2019
This article critiques the way the topic of meat and its consumption is addressed in geography education within the remit of education for sustainable development (ESD). We argue that current approaches perpetuate normative food discourse by: (a) framing participation in the food system solely in terms of consumption; (b) simplifying and…
Descriptors: Eating Habits, Animals, Food, Geography Instruction
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Kirman, Joseph M. – Journal of Geography, 2003
Geographic ethics are profoundly important if students are expected to be stewards of the earth and responsible citizens whose decisions about the environment will affect our planet's future. The proposed framework, founded in geography but applicable to other subject areas, guides students to moral decisions for the well-being of the planet and…
Descriptors: Geography Instruction, Geography, Ethics, Elementary Secondary Education
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Önder, Mustafa – Asian Journal of Education and Training, 2018
Plays and toys have an important place in the education of children. Children learn by seeing and doing rather than reading, listening and understanding. Play is an important "job" for children. The basic function of plays is to facilitate children's adaptation to the world. Children can understand the real world by playing. They deal…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Play, Toys, Children
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