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Post-Sustainability and Environmental Education: Remaking Education for the Future, edited by Bob Jickling and Stephen Sterling, London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017

By George
Post-Sustainability and Environmental Education: Remaking Education for the Future, edited by Bob Jickling and Stephen Sterling, London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017, 155pp., £49.99 (softcover), ISBN 978-3-319-84619-4, £49.99 (hardcover), ISBN 978-3-319-51321-8, £39.99 (eBook), ISBN 978-3-319-51322-5 This compilation of essays by educators from around the world casts a critical eye over Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and in... View Article

Research paper

The Integration of Research in the Higher Education Curriculum: A Systematic Review

By George
ContentsIntroductionArticle Selection and InclusionCharacteristics of The Data SetTable 1: Search Engines Included in Systematic Literature Review.Data AnalysisFindingsTable 2: Overview of Research in Curriculum AspectsRationale of the curriculumAims and objectives of the curriculumContent of the curriculumLearning activities of the curriculumTeacher role in the curriculumMaterials and resources in the curriculumGrouping in the curriculumLocation in the curriculumTime in... View Article

Short article

A reflection on the efficacy of pre-defined outcomes for lesson preparation, delivery and monitoring student progress on university pre-sessional English courses

By George
ContentsIntroductionTerminologyThe value of outcomesImplementing the outcomes-based approachThe efficacy of outcomes for lesson preparation and deliveryThe efficacy of outcomes for monitoring and recording student progressConclusionsReferences Introduction Pre-sessional English (PSE) courses are designed to help students improve their English for academic purposes. These courses are intensive and high pressured, with many institutions recruiting a high number of... View Article

Short article

Co-Creating a Digital Research Skills Guide: A Staff-Student Collaboration in Geography

By George
ContentsIntroductionSkills Development and EmployabilityThe Digital Research Techniques Guide: A Collaborative CreationA Collaborative Cycle of LearningMeasuring Skills Acquisition References Introduction Geography is a subject of skills. Students learn to make maps, survey diverse populations, construct searching interviews, or mine databases to reveal geographical distributions. It is a subject of fieldwork through space and time, which integrates... View Article

Editorial

Editorial: a full order of magnitude

By George
Volume 10. A full order of magnitude. I have always enjoyed Ben Goldacre’s “Bad Science” columns and blog and his appositely titled second book, I Think You’ll Find It’s a Bit More Complicated Than That (Fourth Estate: London, 2014) expresses how I feel about this slim volume. HEJLT remains a challenge. We need a “vision... View Article