Teaching Geography in Secondary Schools: A Reader

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Index

a
accessibility see inclusion
action research 306-21 ;
characteristics 311-12 ;
examples 307-11 ;
meaning of 306-7 ;
new professionalism and 319-21 ;
origins and development 313-15 ;
undertaking 315-19
Adey, P. 139 , 143 , 172 , 174-5
adult learning 293-8
Advanced Skills teachers 99
advocacy 302-3
Agard, John 220
Agenda 21, 233-4 , 241
Al-Kunifed, A. 142
Alexander, R. 28
Allen, J. 266 , 269
Allender, 160
Anderson, L.W. 177
Andresen, L. 295
Andrews, R. 207
Apple, M. 41
Aronowitz, S. 261
assessment 7-8 , 9 , 123-32 ;
inclusion and 188-9 ;
for learning 127-9 ;
research on 129-30 ;
summative 123 , 124
Assessment Reform Group (ARG) 128-9
attainment 134-45 ;
cognitive acceleration 139 , 143-5 , 172-3 ;
evidence from science and mathematics 138-42 ;
implications for teaching style 142-3 ;
limits of concrete thinking 136-7 ;
Piaget's theory and 134-5 , 137-8
attitudes 90-1
audience 206-7
audio-visual aids 9
Australia 165 , 171
Ausubel, D.P. 141 , 165

b
Bailey, Patrick 6 , 15 , 21 , 96 , 160 , 258 , 295
Baker, Kenneth 11
Balchin, W.G.V. 3 , 11
Balderstone, D. 6 , 56 , 93 , 103 , 107 , 131
Ball, Stephen J. 21-2 , 23 , 25 , 33 , 35 , 53 , 54 , 258
Barnes, D. 79 , 287
Barry, J. 226
Barthope, T. 114
Battersby, J. 6 , 26 , 114
Beard, R. 135
Beddis, R. 44
Bednarz, S.W. 160 , 171
Belgrade Charter (1976) 176 , 229
Bell, J. 4
Bell, L. 28 , 33 , 35
Bendix, R. 248
Berger, John 271
Bernstein, B. 49
Beynon, N.J. 5
Bhana, K. 143
Biddle, D. 11
Bilham-Boult, A. 172
Billet, S. 295
Birnbaum, P. 247
Black, P. 123 , 129 , 130 , 131
Blades, M. 287
Blagg, N. 144
Blair, Tony 33 , 35
Bland, K. 160 , 169 , 171
Bliss, J. 156
Bloom, B.S. 74
Blunkett, David 125
Boardman, D. 3 , 4 , 6 , 9 , 15 , 41 , 44 , 90 , 96 , 161 , 164
Bobbitt, J.F. 74
Boden, P. 6
Bonnett, A. 47 , 48
Boud, D. 295

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