Geography In British Schools 1850 2000

Author: Rex Walford
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780713002072
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Geography In British Schools 1850 2000 from the Author: Rex Walford. No book has yet been published that has attempted to cover the history of geography as a school subject. Yet the story of the growth of this subject - a major player in the league table of student preferences and examination entries - is woven deep into the social history of the nation, as well as being studded with colourful personalities.

School Subject Teaching

Author: Ashley Kent
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317844939
Size: 66.32 MB
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School Subject Teaching from the Author: Ashley Kent. Covering each of the core curriculum areas in turn, this is a reference on school subject teaching. The authors assess the development of teaching within each subject area since the 1944 Education Act up to the year 2000. Future challenges are also explored.

Geography And Education

Author: D. S. Biddle
Publisher: Kogan Page Limited
ISBN: 9780854733293
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Geography And Education from the Author: D. S. Biddle.

The Geographical Association

Author: William George Victor Balchin
Publisher: Geographical Association
ISBN: 9780948512575
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The Geographical Association from the Author: William George Victor Balchin.


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Geography from the Author: . Includes section "Reviews" and other bibliographical material.

Indoctrination Education And God

Author: Terence Copley
Publisher: Society for Promoting Christian
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Indoctrination Education And God from the Author: Terence Copley. Can secular indoctrination occur and is it happening within the education system? European history has made westerners very wary about the dangers of religious indoctrination, but we are less ready to receive and examine evidence for indoctrination by secular worldviews. This wide-ranging book looks at what indoctrination really is and how it operates, particularly through the media and education. It asks if the apparent western unease about religion relates to uncertainty about national identity. The book examines the values that the vast enterprise of education is assuming or affirming in the UK and how far this goes to shaping minds. If a society's education is in some ways a mirror of its value, to what extent do we see in the mirror of education a reflection of our early 21st century society?