Review of International Geographical Education Online
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ISSN 2146-0353 | e-ISSN 2146-0353 | Period Tri-annual | Founded: 2011 | Publisher Eyüp ARTVİNLİ | www.rigeo.org

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Review of International Geographical Education Online (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 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

10.703

24.664

Review of International Geographical Education Online (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 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 9 - Issue 1 - Apr 2019
  1. Students’ Reasoning Processes While Constructing Causal Diagrams
    Pages 13 - 35
    Marjolein COX, Jan ELEN, An STEEGEN / Research Article
  2. A Qualitative Study on the Opinions of 7th Grade Students on Intangible Cultural Heritage
    Pages 36 - 62
    Davut GÜREL, Turhan ÇETİN / Research Article
  3. Geography Courses in the Identity Construction and Spatial Belonging Development of Turkish-origin Students Living in Germany
    Pages 63 - 81
    İrem PAMUK, Cemil ÖZTÜRK, Hamza AKENGİN / Research Article
  4. “A border is a Ban” - Students’ Conceptual Understanding and Experiences of Europe’s Borders and Boundaries
    Pages 82 - 101
    Sebastian SEIDEL, Alexandra BUDKE / Research Article
  5. Linking the Learning and Teaching Geography: The Gap between School and University in Turkey
    Pages 102 - 121
    Niyazi KAYA / Research Article
  6. The Students’ Behaviours at the Instructional Geocaching Applied in Problem-Based Environmental Education
    Pages 122 - 148
    Rukiye ADANALI, Mete ALIM / Research Article
  7. Evaluation of Geography Textbooks in Terms of Misconceptions about Climate Topic
    Pages 149 - 170
    Fisun BOZKURT / Research Article
  8. Viewpoints of Social Studies Teachers about Oral History Method
    Pages 171 - 192
    İlker DERE / Research Article
  9. Fourth Grade Students’ Cognitive Structures Regarding “Values”: Application of the Word Association Test
    Pages 193 - 208
    Nur Leman BALBAĞ, Mehmet Fatih KAYA / Research Article
  10. Implementing Argumentation-Based Science Learning Approach in Social Studies: Academic Achievement and Students’ Views
    Pages 209 - 245
    Yavuz AKBAŞ, İbrahim Fevzi ŞAHİN, Elif MERAL / Research Article
  11. Spatial Citizenship Education: Citizenship through Geography
    Pages 246 - 251
    Paula OWENS / Book review