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The shifting sand of geography in South Africa

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South African geography, like other subjects, has to undergo the arduous process of curriculum change in order to meet the demands of the new education system and to contribute to a broader agenda of national reconstruction. Changes within geography can shed light on the impact and implications of the new national curriculum on teaching subjects. The paper suggests that the introduction of environmental education into Curriculum 2005 offers geography educators the opportunity and the challenge to advance geographic knowledge.
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Keywords: AFRICA; CHANGE; EDUCATION; EDUCATIONAL; ENVIRONMENTAL; GEOGRAPHY; SOUTH

Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 01 March 2001

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