This page is for all those who are undertaking research into
geographical education at whatever level. Don't be shy - we'd love to share
your research here.
Elsewhere on this site are the findings of a group of Staffordshire
teachers who have been working on a BPRS project with Chris Durbin and
Peter Davies on How to get better at writing. See
their work here
of Primary Research
Set up be Rachel Bowles, the Register is now maintained by
The GA hosts the findings on the
This includes all the research articles published in the Occasional
papers as well as guidance for starting research.
helpful list of publications and websites can be found here ( see
attached file) on a wide range of themes to help those involved in
research geographical education.
Guides to Good
Teaching, Learning and Assessment Practices in Geography Follow
the link to see the summaries
Becta's What the Research Says series aims to give an initial idea of
the available research evidence on aspects of using Information and
Communications Technology (ICT) in schools and colleges. It is
designed primarily for teachers, ICT co-ordinators and school
managers. The new geography one can be found at http://www.becta.org.uk/corporate/publications/documents/Research22_Geography.pdf
Kate Russell's MA dissertation was "An
Investigation into the Nature and Impact of Government Strategies for
ICT on Geography Teaching in Secondary Schools", written in 2001.
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6 (Conclusions) Appendices