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ISSN 2146-0353 | e-ISSN 2146-0353 | Period Tri-annual | Founded: 2011 | Publisher Eyüp ARTVİNLİ | www.rigeo.org


Review of International Geographical Education (RIGEO) is an international online, referred journal which welcomes articles on all aspects and in all levels of education systems from pre-primary to upper universty.

RIGEO seeks to build bridge between geography teachers, researchers, policymakers, and practitioners upon best theories and practices in learning, teaching, training, curriculum, textbooks etc. in geographical education, social studies education and related subjects.

RIGEO is indexed/abstracted in ERIC, SCOPUS, TR DİZİN, EBSCO, INFORMIT, INDEX COPERNISCUS and some other indexes. 

RIGEO has an international scope; therefore, authors are encouraged to focus on the aspects of their research/activities that make the work relevant for the larger community and policymakers in a global dimension.

RIGEO is published three issues per year and provides immediate open access to its content on principle that making research freely available to the public to support a greater global exchange of geographical education knowledge including social studies education.

Review of International Geographical Education Online

ISSN 2146-0353 | e-ISSN 2146-0353 | Period Tri-annual | Founded: 2011 | Publisher Eyüp ARTVİNLİ | www.rigeo.org
Cover Image


Review of International Geographical Education (RIGEO) is an international online, referred journal which welcomes articles on all aspects and in all levels of education systems from pre-primary to upper universty.

RIGEO seeks to build bridge between geography teachers, researchers, policymakers, and practitioners upon best theories and practices in learning, teaching, training, curriculum, textbooks etc. in geographical education, social studies education and related subjects.

RIGEO is indexed/abstracted in ERIC, SCOPUS, TR DİZİN, EBSCO, INFORMIT, INDEX COPERNISCUS and some other indexes. 

RIGEO has an international scope; therefore, authors are encouraged to focus on the aspects of their research/activities that make the work relevant for the larger community and policymakers in a global dimension.

RIGEO is published three issues per year and provides immediate open access to its content on principle that making research freely available to the public to support a greater global exchange of geographical education knowledge including social studies education.

Volume 10 - Issue 3 - Aug 31, 2020
  1. A Portfolio Model for the Teaching and Learning of GIS Competencies in an Upper Secondary School: A Case Study from a Finnish Geomedia Course
    Pages 262 - 282
    Henna ANUNTİ , Essi VUOPALA , Jarmo RUSANEN
  2. Examining the Effects of using a Porphyrios-Tree Aided Constructive Teaching Approach with Pre-service Social Studies Teachers to develop Understanding about Ecological Interspecies Relationships
    Pages 283 - 300
    Selami YANGIN , İlhan TURAN , Şule BİLGİN
  3. Digitizing and Interpreting the World Map Drawn by Kashgarli Mahmud: Constructing Information Using Evidence Based Political Literacy
    Pages 301 - 327
    Zekeriya Fatih İNEÇ , Erdal AKPINAR
  4. Publication Tendency of Turkish Geography Journals
    Pages 328 - 350
    Dr. Çağrı ÖZTÜRK DEMİRBAŞ
  5. Teacher Opinions about Children’s Awareness of Zero-Waste and Recycling in the Pre-School Education Years
    Pages 351 - 372
    Ayhan BULUT
  6. Reflection on Out of School Education Activities from the Textbooks to the Social Studies Curriculum
    Pages 373 - 399
    Kibar AKTIN
  7. A Search for a Method to Improve Critical Thinking Skills in Social Studies Teaching: Writing-to-Learn
    Pages 400 - 430
    Fatih KAYAALP , Elif MERAL , Ufuk ŞİMŞEK , İbrahim Fevzi ŞAHİN
  8. Development of Civil Literacy Scale: A Study of Validity and Reliability
    Pages 431 - 444
    Zafer ÇAKMAK , Cengiz TAŞKIRAN
  9. Secondary School Students' Awareness of Environmental Education Concepts
    Pages 445 - 466
    Selman ABLAK , Erkan YEŞİLTAŞ
  10. Social Studies and Geography Teacher Candidates' Views on Coronavirus (COVID 19) and Online Education Process
    Pages 467 - 484
    Tuğba Cevriye OZKARAL , Recep BOZYİGİT
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