|Statement||[edited by] Rachel Bowles. No.1.|
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Figure 2: Aspects of primary geography lacking research evidence. There are several significant gaps in our current understanding of primary geography, its planning, teaching and pupils’ learning. While this might appear to set an agenda for future studies, it poses the equally significant question about how such research might be undertaken. Book. English. Published London: Register of Research in Primary Geography, Place and space: papers by teachers for teachers Book. English. Published London: Register of Research in Primary Geography, Primary school geography Book. English. Published London: David Fulton, Primary sources: research findings in primary geography. Text (Chapter in book: Catling, S. (Ed) () Reflections on Primary Geography. The Register of Research in Primary Geography. Sheffield, Geographical Association) Pickering Stephen - Without walls a discussion on the place of learning outdoors in primary schools in England. For Inst. - Accepted VersionCited by: 1. In this text, we apply the research philosophy and methods of the social and natural sciences to research in geography. At the same time, we recognize and respect the diversity and heterogeneity of geography, and avoid simplistic conceptions of scientific geography as narrowly “positivistic,” “objective,” or “quantitative.”.
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