Rounding out the Vision for Geography Education’s Future: Integrating Perspectives of Early Career Scholars in Geography Education
Early career scholars, future of geography education, geography education, progress variables
Journal of Geography
The voice and perspective of early career scholars are particularly important in geography education, a subfield that has traditionally been small and is rapidly becoming smaller due to the retirements of prominent scholars. This research surveys and discusses these early career scholars’ vision for the future of geography education, in light of a rapidly changing context for geography and education alike. We categorize respondents’ research agendas and aspirations into three progress variables and then ultimately discuss pathways for the future, including challenges and research opportunities.
Department of Geography
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Tabor, Lisa; Larsen, Thomas; and Oberle, Alex, "Rounding out the Vision for Geography Education’s Future: Integrating Perspectives of Early Career Scholars in Geography Education" (2022). Faculty Publications. 5325.