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16 Teaching Geography in secondary schools Bailey, P. and Fox, P. (1996) Geography Teachers’ Handbook, Sheffield: The Geographical Association. V. (1993) The Geographical Association, The First Hundred Years 1893–1993, Sheffield: The Geographical Association. Battersby, J. (1995) Teaching Geography at Key Stage 3, Cambridge: Chris Kington Publishing. Biddle, D. (1974) ‘An investigation into the use of curriculum theory in the formation of a systems model for the construction and evaluation of secondary school curricula in England and Wales’, unpublished PhD thesis, Institute of Education, University of London, London.
1998); bibliographies (Foskett and Marsden 1998); conference proceedings (Kent 2000) and research findings (Naish 1990). The history of the IGU Commission on Geography Education is told by Wise (1992), too late to relate the important achievement of the Commission under Haubrich’s leadership (1988–96) of the publication (in 1992) of the Journal of International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education (IRGEE), edited by Gerber and Lidstone. British geography educators have written a good deal in their new academic journal.
Both the GA and the Council of British Geography (COBRIG) made strong representations to Sir Ron Dearing, attempting to read the political climate by accepting that major change to content was not on offer, but suggesting that reformulation of the AT/PoS relationship was a necessary first step, before slimming could be addressed. Such lobbying, backed by Ofsted evidence, proved effective. 39, p. 36) which gave special dispensation for structural amendments to be made to the Geography Order, despite the fact that the whole exercise was publicised as merely ‘slimming down’.
Teaching Geography in Secondary Schools: A Reader (Ou Flexible Pgce Series) by Margaret Smith