Bias in geographical education

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Dept. of Geography, University of London Institute of Education , London
Geography -- Study and teac
Statementedited by Ashley Kent.
ContributionsKent, W. A. 1945-
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LC ClassificationsG74
The Physical Object
Paginationii,46p. :
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Open LibraryOL20779057M
ISBN 10085473127X
OCLC/WorldCa12888562

The paper outlines proposed methods of determining bias and the meaning of this bias in selected geography textbooks used at the secondary level in the United States. The proposed examination is an interdisciplinary approach that touches upon both geography and education.

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Students as well as teachers suffer from the confirmation bias. In Daniel T. Willingham’s excellent book, When Can You Trust The Experts, he details a fascinating study in which half a class of students were told that their supply teacher was ‘rather cold, industrious, critical, practical and determined’.

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