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International Network for Learning and Teaching in Geography

Arising from INLT projects and writing retreats

Derek Alderman, Rodrigo Narro Perez, Latoya E. Eaves, Phil Klein, & Solange Muñoz,  (2019) Reflections on operationalizing an anti-racism pedagogy: teaching as regional storytelling. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 1-15.

Jennifer Hill, Ruth L. Healey, Harry West, and Chantal Dery (2019) Pedagogic partnership in higher education: encountering emotion in learning and enhancing student wellbeing. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 1-19

Nick Bearman, Nick Jones, Isabel André, Herculano Alberto Cachinho & Michael DeMers (2016) The future role of GIS education in creating critical spatial thinkers, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 40:3, 394-408. 

Jennifer Hill, Greg Thomas, Anita Diaz & David Simm (2016) Borderland spaces for learning partnership: opportunities, benefits and challenges, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 40:3, 375-393.

Niamh Moore-Cherry, Ruth Healey, Dawn T. Nicholson & Will Andrews (2016) Inclusive partnership: enhancing student engagement in geography, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 40:1, 84-103.

Helen Walkington, Sarah Dyer, Michael Solem, Martin Haigh & Shelagh Waddington (2018) A capabilities approach to higher education: geocapabilities and implications for geography curricula, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 42:1, 7-24.

Cook, I. et al (2007) ‘It’s more than just what it is’: Defetishising commodities, expanding fields, mobilising change, Geoforum,38, pp 1113-1126

 

On INLT and its activities

Hay, I. (2008) Postcolonial Practices for a Global Virtual Group: The Case of the International Network for Learning and Teaching Geography in Higher Education (INLT), Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 32(1), 15 - 32.

Healey M, Pawson E and Solem M (eds) 2010 Active Learning and Student Engagement: International Perspectives and Practices in Geography in Higher Education. London: Routledge.

Healey, M. (2006) From Hawaii to Glasgow: The International Network for Learning and Teaching Geography in Higher Education (INLT) Five Years On, Journal of Geography in Higher Education 30(1), 65-75.

Healey, M., Foote, K. & Hay, I. (2000) Developing the International Network for Learning and Teaching (INLT) Geography in Higher Education, Paper presented to the International Geographical Union Commission on Geographical Education Symposium, Kyongju, Korea, August 2000  

 Report on the International Symposium on Learning and Teaching Geography in Higher Education, by Ken Foote (University of Texas at Austin, USA)

 Pawson, E. (2008) The INLT Symposium: Brisbane 2006, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 32(1), 33 - 36.

Solem, M. (2011) Introduction: towards a scholarship of academic practice, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 35 (3), 311-14.