Geographical Education 35

Perspectives on Teaching, Curriculum and Geospatial Technologies in School Geography

Geographical Education is a refereed journal. Articles submitted to Geographical Education for consideration in the Refereed Articles section are reviewed anonymously by a minimum of two referees. Articles are selected by the Editor based on the outcome of the anonymous reviews and ratified by the Editor.Authors of accepted articles are sent guidelines for their final submission. Contributions to other sections such as Book Reviews and Reports are not refereed. The ISSN for Geographical Education is ISSN 2204-0242.


Teacher Knowledge: Perspectives on Teaching, Curriculum and Geospatial Technologies in School Geography — Dr Jeana Kriewaldt


A Critique of Version 9.0 of the Australian Curriculum: Geography for Primary Schools — Alaric Maude

Positioning Geospatial: Classroom Benefits and Theoretical Implementation — Mick Law

Know the Subject and How to Teach It: Using the GEOGstandards to Develop Pedagogical Practice Amongst Pre-Service Geography Teachers Before and During Professional Experience — Dr Susan Caldis, Michael Cavanagh & Professor Mary Ryan

Tracking the Extent of Out-of-field Teaching of Geography: Issues and Implications for Advancing School Geography — Dr Jeana Kriewaldt & Shu Jun Lee


Donald Sidney Biddle, 12 March 1923–21 January 2022 — Nick Hutchinson

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An Invitation to Share

We invite your participation in producing this journal. Geographical Education encourages school, university teachers and all others interested in geography to share their research, ideas and experiences in order to promote sound practice, innovative strategies, modern developments and reflection in geographical education. Contributions of varying length are invited, with a maximum of 5000 words for major articles and research reports. Shorter articles of 2000 words, featuring classroom strategies, reflections on issues and practices in geography teaching, in-service education workshops and comments on previous articles are especially welcome. Lesson plans, teaching units and how-to-do-it advice on classroom and field skills are also invited as long as they have relevance for a broad range of teachers across Australia.