Living Geography: 8 ways fieldwork - evolution & evalutation

Steve Rawlinson, Catherine White, Richard Kotter

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Abstract

Within the context of the Geographical Association's "Living Geography" initiative, this presentation sets out the approach, experiences and lessons drawn for a national pliot on an "8 Way Thinking" approach to studying a changin locality within Newcastle upon Tyne - the (Lower) Ouseburn (Valley) area. This project was undertaken with secondary and primary PGCE students / trainee teachers from Newcastle and Northumbria Universities, as well as ITE students in primary geography from Northumbria and first year undergraduate students in Human Geography and Geography & Sport at Northumbria University, and explores both the potential, limitations, and future direction of this approach.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 11 Apr 2009
EventGeographical Association Annual Conference - Manchester, UK
Duration: 11 Apr 2009 → …
http://www.geography.org.uk/cpdevents/annualconference/manchester2009/

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ConferenceGeographical Association Annual Conference
Period11/04/09 → …
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