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Teaching Secondary Geography

Authors

Malcolm McInerney, University of South Australia, Susan Caldis, Macquarie University, Sydney, Stephen Cranby, Monash University, Victoria, John Butler, Flinders University of South Australia, Alaric Maude, Susanne Jones, Michael Patrick Law, Rebecca Nicholas

Description

Geography is not only the study of the surface of the planet and the exploration of spatial and human - environment relationships, but also a way of thinking about the world. Guided by the Australian Curriculum and the Professional Standards for Teaching School Geography (GEOGstandards), Teaching Secondary Geography provides a comprehensive introduction to both the theory and practice of teaching Geography. This text covers fundamental geographical knowledge and skills, such as working with data, graphicacy, fieldwork and spatial technology, and…

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Key features

  • Bridges the gap between theory and practice in the classroom
  • Provides current and effective support for pre-service teachers in Australia
  • Introduces the discipline of Geography and its particular skills, knowledges, curriculum context and pedagogical approaches by drawing on research and teacher practice

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