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Volume 30, Number 1, March 2006

International Advice
pp. 1-5(5)
Authors: Higgitt, David; Haigh, Martin

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Co-learning: Re-linking Research and Teaching in Geography
pp. 77-87(11)
Authors: Heron, Richard Le; Baker, Richard; Mcewen, Lindsey

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International Perspectives on the Effectiveness of Geography Fieldwork for Learning
pp. 89-101(13)
Authors: FULLER, IAN; EDMONDSON, SALLY; FRANCE, DEREK; HIGGITT, DAVID; RATINEN, ILKKA

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Problem-based Learning in Geography: Towards a Critical Assessment of its Purposes, Benefits and Risks
pp. 103-116(14)
Authors: Pawson, Eric; Fournier, Eric; Haigh, Martin; Muniz, Osvaldo; Trafford, Julie; Vajoczki, Susan

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Teaching Geography for Social Transformation
pp. 117-131(15)
Authors: Wellens, Jane; Berardi, Andrea; Chalkley, Brian; Chambers, Bill; Healey, Ruth; Monk, Janice; Vender, Jodi

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Variations in International Understandings of Employability for Geography
pp. 133-145(13)
Authors: Rooney, Paul; Kneale, Pauline; Gambini, Barbara; Keiffer, Artimus; Vandrasek, Barbara; Gedye, Sharon

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Internationalizing Professional Development in Geography through Distance Education
pp. 147-160(14)
Authors: Solem, Michael; Chalmers, Lex; Dibiase, David; Donert, Karl; Hardwick, Susan

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Getting the Most out of Progress Files and Personal Development Planning
pp. 173-179(7)
Authors: Croot, David; Gedye, Sharon

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