Publications

Selected research based publications of GEReCo members include:

2016

Nicola Walshe (2016) ‘An interdisciplinary approach to environmental and sustainability education: developing geography students’ understandings of sustainable development using poetry’ Environmental Education Research

Clare Brooks (2016) Teacher Subject Identity in Professional Practice: teaching with a professional compass, Abingdon: Routledge

Clare Brooks (2016) Geography Teachers Stories of Sustainability: an introduction to narrative research. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10382046.2016.1161904.

Mary Biddulph and David Lambert (2016) Making Progress in School Geography: issues, challenges and enduring questions. In Muniz, O et al (eds) Learning progressions in Geography Education, Switzerland: Springer

Lee, J. & Simon Catling (2016) Some perceptions of English geography textbook authors on writing textbooks. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 26(1), 50-67

Simon Catling and Graham Butt (2016) Innovation, originality and contribution to knowledge – building a record of doctoral research in geography and environmental education, International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 25, 4, 277-293 http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10382046.2016.1216992  

David Lambert (2016) Geography. In Wyse, D et al The Sage Handbook of Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment, London: Sage

Matt Finn (2016) Atmospheres of progress in a data-based school. Cultural Geographies, 23(1), 29-49

Roger Firth and Smith, M. (eds) (2016) Education for Sustainable Development, Abingdon: Routledge

Liz Taylor  (2016) Case study methodology, in N. Clifford, M. Cope, T. Gillespie and S. French (Eds.) Key methods in Geography, London: Sage Publications, 581-595.

2015

Simon Catling (Ed) (2015) Research and Debate in Primary Geography. Abingdon: Routledge

Graham Butt (Ed) (2015) MasterClass in Geography Education: Transforming Teaching and Learning. London: Bloomsbury

Ian Cook et al (2015) Fabrication critique et web 2.0: les géographies matérielles de followthethings.com. Géographie et Cultures 91-92, 23-48

Roger Firth (2015) Constructing Geographical Knowledge, in G. Butt (ed) MasterClass in Geography Education: Transforming Teaching and Learning, London: Bloomsbury

Roger Firth (2015) Task Design in Geography, in I. Thompson (ed) Designing Tasks in Secondary Education: Enhancing subject understanding and student engagement, Abingdon: Routledge

David Lambert, Michael Solem and Sirpa Tani (2015) Achieving Human Potential Through Geography Education: A Capabilities Approach to Curriculum Making in Schools, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 105 (4), 723-735

David Lambert and Michael Solem (2015) Researching progress and sophistication in learning geography: taking a critical stance, in Michael N. Solem, Niem Tu Huynh and Richard G. Boehm, Learning Progressions for Maps, Geospatial Technology, and Spatial Thinking: A Research Handbook, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (pp 56-64) 

David Lambert (2015) Research in Geography Education, in Butt G (ed) Masterclass in Geography Education, London: Bloomsbury

David Lambert (2015) Geography, in Wyse, D., Harward, L. and Pandya, J. (eds) The Sage Handbook of Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment, London: Sage Publications (pp 391-408)

David Mitchell and David Lambert (2015) Subject Knowledge and Teacher Preparation in English Secondary Schools: the case of geography, Teacher Development, 19 (3), 365-380

Susan Pike (2015) Primary Geography in the Republic of Ireland: Practices, Issues and Possible Futures. Review of International Geographical Education Online, 5(2). Accessible from: www.rigeo.org

Eleanor Rawling (2015), Curriculum Change and Examination Reform for Geography 14-19, Geography 100, 3, 164-168, The Geographical Association

Charles Rawding (2015) Constructing the Geography Curriculum. In Graham Butt (ed) (2015) MasterClass in Geography Education: Transforming Teaching and Learning. London: Bloomsbury.

Liz Taylor (2015) Spotlight on … research on young people’s understandings of distant places, Geography, 100 (2), 110-113.

Liz Taylor (2015) Doing your research project, in G. Butt (Ed) Masterclass in Geography Education: Transforming teaching and learning. London: Bloomsbury, 171-184

2014

Graham Butt & David Lambert (2014) International perspectives on the future of geography education: an analysis of national curricula and standardsInternational Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 23 (1), 1-12

Simon Catling (2014) Giving younger children voice in primary geography: empowering pedagogy – a personal perspective. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 23(4), 350-372

Simon Catling (2014) Valuing, organising and managing learning outside the classroom. in Teresa Cremin & Jamer Arthur (eds) Learning to Teach in the Primary School (3rd Ed.). London, Routledge, 231-250

Ian Cook et al (2014) Organic Public Geographies and REF ImpactAcme: an International E-journal for Critical Geographies 13(1), 47-51

David Lambert & Mary Biddulph (2014) The dialogic space offered by curriculum-making in the process of learning to teach, and the creation of a progressive knowledge-led curriculumAsia Pacific Journal of Teacher Education (online early), 43 (3), 210-224

Lambert D and Hopkin J (2014) A possibilist analysis of the geography national curriculum in England International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 23, 1, 64-78

Jongwon Lee & Graham Butt (2014) The reform of national geography standards in South Korea – trends, challenges and responses. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 23 (1), 13-24

Margaret Roberts (2014) Powerful knowledge and geographical education. The Curriculum Journal 25 (2), 187-209
Michael Young & David Lambert with Carolyn Roberts and Martin Roberts M (2014) Knowledge and the Future School: curriculum and social justice. London: Bloomsbury

2013

Nicola Walshe (2013) ‘Exploring and developing student understandings of sustainable development’, Curriculum Journal, 24(2), 224-249

Nicola Walshe (2013) ‘Exploring and developing children’s understandings of sustainable development with dialogic diaries’, Children’s Geographies, 11(1), 132-154

Clare Brooks (2013) Making the geography curriculum: reflections on the IGU-CGE London symposium. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 22(1), 71-88

Simon Catling (2013) Teachers’ perspectives on curriculum making in Primary Geography in England. Curriculum Journal 24(3), 427-453

Simon Catling (2013) The need to develop research into primary children’s and schools’ geography. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 22(3), 177-182

Simon Catling (2013) Introducing National Curriculum Geography to Australia’s Primary Schools: Lessons from England’s ExperienceGeographical Education 26, 29-41

Simon Catling (2013) Enquiring into primary teachers’ geographical knowledge. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education 41(4), 425-442

Simon Catling (2013) Optimism for a revised primary geography curriculum. Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education 41(4), 361-7

Simon Catling (2013) Learning about places around the world. in Stephen Scoffham (ed) Teaching Geography Creatively. London: Routledge, 59-73

Matthew Collins, Gemma Collins & Graham Butt (2013) Social mobility or social reproduction? A case study of the attainment patterns of students according to their social background and ethnicityEducational Review (online early)

Roger Firth (2013) What constitutes knowledge in geography? in D. Lambert and M. Jones (eds) Debates in Geography Education, Abingdon: Routledge

Roger Firth, and Smith, M. (eds)  (2013) Special Issue Editorial: Education for Sustainable Development as the DESD Approaches 2014: What Have We Achieved and Ways Forward? Curriculum Journal 24(2): 169-180

David Lambert (2013) Geography in School and a curriculum of survival, Theory and Research in Education11(1), 85-98.

David Lambert (2013) Collecting our thoughts: school geography in retrospect and prospect, Geography, 98, 1, 10-17

Charles Rawding (2013) Challenging Assumptions: The importance of holistic geographies.  Geography 98(3), 157-159

Charles Rawding (2013) Effective innovation in the secondary Geography Curriculum. London: Routledge

Charles Rawding (2013) Fedlarbeit: Unsere Landschaft lesen’ in Manfred Rolfes & Anke Uhlenwinkel (eds) Metzler Handbuch 2.0 Geographieunterricht. Westermann: Braunschwieg, 63-70.

Charles Rawding (2013) Physische Geographie im Unterricht.  in Manfred Rolfes & Anke Uhlenwinkel (eds)  Metzler Handbuch 2.0 Geographieunterricht. Westermann: Braunschwieg,  434-443.

Margaret Roberts (2013) Geography through Enquiry: approaches to teaching and learning in the secondary school. Sheffield: The Geographical Association.

Michael Solem, David Lambert and Sirpa Tani (2013) Geocapabilities: toward an international framework for researching the purposes and values of Geography EducationReview of International Geographical Education Online 3(3), 214-229

2012

Mary Biddulph (2012) Where is the curriculum created? in David Lambert & Mark Jones (eds) Debates in Geography Education. London: Routledge, 129-142

Mary Biddulph (2012) Young People’s Geographies and the school curriculum. Geography 97(3), 155-162

Clare Brooks, (2012) How do we understand conceptual development in school geography? in David Lambert & Mark Jones (eds) Debates in Geography Education. London: Routledge, 75-88

Clare Brooks, Jacek Brant, Ian Abrahams & John Yandell (2012) Valuing initial teacher education at Master’s level. Teacher Development Journal 16(3),  285-302

Ian Cook & Philip Crang (2012) Consumption & its geographies. in Peter Daniels, Mike Bradshaw, Denis Shaw & James Sidaway (eds) An Introduction to Human Geography. Harlow: Pearson, 396-415

Roger Firth (2012) Disordering the coalition government’s ‘new’ approach to curriculum design and knowledge: the matter of the discipline. Geography 97(2), 86-94

Roger Firth (2012) What constitutes knowledge in geography? in David Lambert & Mark Jones (eds) Debates in Geography Education. London: Routledge, 59-74

Charles Rawding (2012) How does Geography adapt to changing times? in David Lambert & Mark Jones (eds) Debates in Geography Education. London: Routledge, 282-290

2011

Mary Biddulph (2011) Young people’s geographies: implications for secondary school geography. in Graham Butt (ed) Geography, education and the future. New York:  Continuum, 44-64.

Mary Biddulph (2011)  Articulating student voice and facilitating curriculum agencyCurriculum Journal 22(3), 381-399

Clare Brooks (2011) Geographical Knowledge and professional development, in Graham Butt (ed) Geography, education and the futureNew York:  Continuum, 165-186

Graham Butt (2011) Globalization, Geography Education and the Curriculum: what are the challenges for curriculum makers in geography? Curriculum Journal 22(3), 423-438

Simon Catling (2011) Childrens’s geographies in the primary school, in Graham Butt (ed) Geography, education and the futureNew York:  Continuum, 15-29

Simon Catling & Fran Martin (2011) Contesting powerful knowledge: the primary geography curriculum as an articulation between academic and children’s (ethno-) geographies. Curriculum enquiry 22(3), 317-335

Roger Firth (2011) Making geography visible as an object of study in the secondary school curriculum. Curriculum Journal 22(3), 289–316

Roger Firth (2011) Debates about knowledge and the curriculum: some implications for geography education, in Graham Butt (ed) Geography, education and the futureNew York:  Continuum, 141-164

Harriet Hawkins, Shelley Sacks, Ian CookEleanor Rawling, Helen Griffiths, Di Swift, James Evans, Gail Rothnie, Jacky Wilson, Alice Williams, Katie Feenay, Linzi Gordon, Heather Prescott, Claire Murphy, Daniel Allen, Tyler Mitchell, Rachel Wheeldon, Margaret Roberts, Guy Robinson, Pete Flaxman, Duncan Fuller,Tom Lovell and Kye Askins (2011) Organic Public Geographies: ‘Making the Connection’. Antipode 43(4), 909–926

David Lambert (2011) Reviewing the case for geography: and the knowledge turn in the English National CurriculumThe Curriculum Journal 22(2), 243-264

David Lambert and John Morgan (2011) Geography and Development: development education in schools and the part played by geography teachers, Development Education Research Centre Research Paper No3, Institute of Education

David Lambert (2011) Reframing School Geography; a capability approach,  in Graham Butt (ed) Geography, education and the futureNew York:  Continuum, 127-140

Charles Rawding (2011) Discussant to Part 2: Place, space and change. in Graham Butt (ed) Geography, education and the futureNew York:  Continuum, 122-4

2010

Clare Brooks (2010) Why geography teachers’ subject expertise mattersGeography 95:3, 143-148

Clare Brooks (2010) Learning to teach Geography, in Ruth Heilbronn & John Yandell (eds) Critical Practice in Teacher Education: a study of professional learning. London: Institute of Education 114-124

Clare Brooks (2010) Who are the researchers in geography education? International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 15(4), 353-369

Graham Butt (2010) Perspectives on research in geography education. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 19(2), 79-82

Graham Butt  (2010) Which methods are best suited to the production of high-quality research in geography education? International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 19(2), 101-105

Simon Catling (2010) Organising and Managing Learning in the Outdoor Classroom. in James Arthur & Teresa Grainger (eds) Learning to Teach in the Primary School [2nd edition]. London: Routledge, 159-178

Simon Catling (2010) Sources of evidence for conducting research in geography education. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 19(2), 97-101

Roger Firth & John Morgan (2010) What is the place of radical/critical research in geography education? International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 19(2), 109-113

Gordon Joyes, Tony Fisher, Roger Firth & Do Coyle (2010) The nature of a successful online professional doctorate.  in Kirk Sullivan, Peter Czigler & Jenny Sullivan (eds). Cases on Professional Distance Education Degree Programs and Practices: Successes, Challenges and Issues. Hershey: IGI Global Publishing, 296-330

David Lambert & John Morgan (2010) Teaching Geography 11-18: a conceptual approach. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

John MorganRoger Firth (2010) “By our theories shall you know us”: the role of theory in geographical education. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 19(2), 87-90

David Lambert (2010) Geography Education Research and why it mattersInternational Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 19(2), 83-86

2009

Clare Brooks (2009) Teaching living geography. in David Mitchell (ed) Living geography: exciting futures for teachers and students. London: Chris Kington, 203-212

Graham Butt (2009) Developing pupils’ personal geographies – is the personalization of geography education beneficial? Research In Geographic Education 11(1), 5-23

Simon Catling (2009) Creativity in Primary Geography. in Anthony Wilson (ed) Creativity in Primary Education. Exeter: Learning Matters, 189-199

Simon Catling (2009) Children, Space and Issues in Primary School Playgrounds. The New Geography 57(-), 82-89

Simon Catling & Tessa Willy (2009) Teaching Primary Geography. Exeter: Learning Matters

Roger Firth & Mary Biddulph (2009) Whose life is it anyway? Young people’s geographies. in David Mitchell (ed) Living geography: exciting futures for teachers and students. London: Chris Kington, 13-27

David Lambert & John Morgan (2009) Corrupting the Curriculum? The case of geography. London Review of Education 7(2), 147-157


Photograph © Rose Ledgard/Geographical Association

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