This is a list of introductory texts originally offered as a starting point to Geography PGCE students and useful for experienced teachers who want to improve their own practise.

If you have ideas about an issue that you would like to explore further within Geography teaching they provide a useful introduction and can help in directing you towards more specialist or focused literature.

Balderstone, D. (ed)

Secondary Geography Handbook
Geographical Association, 2006

Biddulph, M., Lambert, D. & Balderstone, D.

Learning to teach geography in the secondary school
Routledge, 2013

Butt, G. (ed)

Geography, Education and the Future
Continuum, 2011

Butt, G. (ed)

MasterClass in Geography Education: Transforming Teaching and Learning
Bloomsbury, 2015

Lambert, D. and Jones, M. (eds)

Debates in Geography Education
Routledge, 2013

Lambert, D. and Morgan, J.

Teaching Geography 11-18: A Conceptual Approach
Open University Press, 2010
**Also available as an e-book

Morgan, J.

Teaching Secondary Geography as if the Planet Matters
Routledge, 2011

Nichols, A. (ed)

More Thinking Through Geography
Chris Kingston Publishing, 2001

Rawding, C.

Effective Innovation in the Secondary Geography Curriculum
Routledge, 2013

Roberts, M.

Geography through enquiry: Approaches to teaching and learning in the secondary school
Geographical Association, 2013

Smith, M. (ed)

Aspects of Teaching Secondary Geography: Perspectives on Practice
Routledge/Falmer/Open University, 2002
**Also available as an e-book

Taylor, L.

Re-Presenting Geography
Chris Kingston Publishing, 2004

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