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2009 (Vol. 1, Issue: 2)
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Teaching and Learning Geography Through Small Group Discussions

Alice Merab Kagoda
Corresponding Author:  Alice Merab kagoda 

Key words:  Effective Teaching and Learning, Integrative approach to Geography teaching, Small groups, Ministry of Education, Teacher Training support to geography teachers, ,
Vol. 1 , (2): Page No: 27-32
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2009 July, 22 2009 August, 01
Abstract:

This study explores ways that can be used to enhance the teaching and Learning of Geography through small group discussions. The writer discusses the Ugandan context of the classroom environment, the integrative framework for teaching geography, the process of group discussions and justification for using group discussions. The challenges and strategies to overcome them are also discusses. The following are recommended; teachers in secondary schools are encouraged to use group discussions, refresher courses should be organised by the Ministry of Education and Sports w ith the School of Education for geography teachers in Schools. Teacher trainers should emphasize learner-centred methods in the processes of training teachers.
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Alice Merab Kagoda, 2009. Teaching and Learning Geography Through Small Group Discussions.  Current Research Journal of Social Sciences, 1(2): Page No: 27-32.
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