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Brooks, Clare

The Power of Geographical Thinking

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Why Is It Timely to (Re) Consider What Makes Geographical Thinking Powerful?
Clare Brooks, Graham Butt, Mary Fargher

Part I. Theorising Geographical Thinking

2. Debating the Place of Knowledge Within Geography Education: Reinstatement, Reclamation or Recovery?
Graham Butt

3. Applying the Concept of Powerful Knowledge to School Geography
Alaric Maude

4. Geographical Thinking: Is It a Limitation or Powerful Thinking?
Anke Uhlenwinkel

Part II. Pedagogy and Geographical Thinking

5. Acquiring Powerful Thinking Through Geographical Key Concepts
Janis Fögele

6. What Type of Geography Do We Teach? from Theoretical-Conceptual Weaknesses to Underestimation of Spatial Experience. Chilean Teachers’ Views on Teaching Geography
Andoni Arenas-Martija, Patrico Peréz-Gallardo, Victor Salinas-Silva, María José Otero-Auristondo

7. Geographical Thinking and Its Role in Climate Change Education: The Case of Singapore
Chew-Hung Chang, Liberty Pascua

8. Geographic Education for Sustainability: Developing a Bi-national Geographical Thinking Curriculum
Fabián Araya Palacios, Alex Oberle, Ximena Cortés Quezada, Mollie Ullestad

9. Using Weblogs to Determine the Levels of Student Reflection in Global Education
Nina Brendel

10. Geographical and Spatial Thinking in the Swedish Curriculum
David Örbring

11. GIS and the Power of Geographical Thinking
Mary Fargher

Part III. Recontextualising Geographical Thinking

12. International Differences in Thinking Geographically, and Why ‘the Local’ Matters
Clare Brooks

13. Getting Back to Basics: Is the Knowledge of School Geography Powerful in Chile?
Victor Salinas-Silva, Andoni Arenas-Martija, Laura Ramírez-Lira

14. Teaching to Develop Geographical Thinking
Felisbela Martins

15. English Geography Textbook Authors’ Perspectives on Developing Pupils’ Geographical Knowledge and Thinking
Simon Catling, Jongwon Lee

Part IV. Conclusion

16. Reflecting on What Makes Geographical Thinking Powerful
Clare Brooks, Graham Butt, Mary Fargher

Keywords: Social Sciences, Human Geography, Science Education, Geography, general, Education Policy, Curriculum Studies

Editor
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2017
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
International Perspectives on Geographical Education
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319499864
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-49985-7

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