After studying this course, you should be able to:
open up and ‘map’ geography and the ways the subject is understood (and sometimes misunderstood)
examine ways in which the subject is under pressure – especially with regard to the ‘chasm’ that is said to exist between university and school geography
establish reasons why the subject is important in relation to topical debates about sustainable development and citizenship
evaluate the power of the subject via a practical lesson idea
come to a ‘definition’ of geography in education.