2 edition of study of outcomes in education through geography teaching found in the catalog.
study of outcomes in education through geography teaching
Charles Edward Neville
1927 in Philadelphia .
Written in English
|Other titles||Outcomes in education through geography teaching.|
|Statement||[by] Charles Edward Neville.|
|LC Classifications||G73 .N5 1927|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||27011631|
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The focus of teaching and learning in the social studies,history,and geography curriculum is. His teaching includes courses in geography education, South Carolina, environmental hazards, and Latin America (taught in Chile and Costa Rica).
He has authored more than fifty peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, with work appearing in the journals Natural Hazards Review, Social Science Quarterly, Cartography and GIS, and the Annals of.