Exploring comparative curricular research in geography education

Péter Bagoly-Simó

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El currículum de geografia és un dels camps menys investigats en l’ensenyament d’aquesta matèria. El present article ofereix una descripció breu de l’arquitectura curricular, els objectius, els continguts, les filosofies, les epistemologies i els factors principals que influeixen en la geografia escolar a Alemanya i a Romania, amb l’objectiu de preparar un marc analític que serveixi per realitzar estudis comparatius futurs sobre el currículum de geografia a diferents països del món. Les conclusions d’aquest estudi mostren que, tot i que cada currículum és únic, hi ha un gran nombre de similituds en la manera com es concep la geografia escolar, les quals poden servir de punt de partida i facilitar la comparació.

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currículum de geografia; educació geogràfica; teoria curricular; anàlisi comparativa

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