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Editorial: Valuing young people's geographies Mary Biddulph

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Young people's geographies Helen Griffiths

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How can young people take an active role in the geography curriculum? Roger Firth, Mary Biddulph, Hannah Riley, Ian Gaunt and Carolyn Buxton

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Castle: Youth culture in Swansea Jonathan JK Morris

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Exploring students' personal experiences of geography fieldwork Victoria Cook

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'Enough for everyone forever?': considering sustainability of resource consumption with year 10 students Nicola Walshe

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Using empathy to encourage extended writing at key stages 3 and 4 Charlie Jenkinson

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'I think it's stupid' is no argument: investigating how students argue in writing Alexandra Budke, Ulrich Schiefele and Anke Uhlenwinkel

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Paradise on Earth or a land of many problems? Challenging perceptions of Sri Lanka through enquiry Megan Tierney

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Unequal access: why some young people don't do geography Paul Weeden and David Lambert

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Extra Resources

Resources accompanying Helen Griffiths' article - A focus on identity

Resources accompanying Nicola Walshe's article - Scheme of Work; Malthus and Boserup graph and labels; Impacts of resource over-consumption on humans; Mauritius sheet; Why/Why Not Wheel; Peer assessment activity.

Resources accompanying Charlie Jenkinson's article - Scheme of work

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