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Joop van der Schee

Scientific publications since 2000

  1. J. van der Schee (2000). Helping Children to Analyse a Changing World: Looking for Patterns and Relationships in Space. In: R. Gerber & M. Robertson (eds.) The Child’s World, Triggers for Learning. Camberwell Australia: ACER Press, pp. 214-231.
  2.  J. van der Schee (2001). How to Train Students to Formulate Good Research Questions? International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 10 (3), pp. 245-259.
  3. J. van der Schee (2003). New Media will accelerate the Renewal of Geographical Education. In: R. Gerber (ed.) International Handbook on Geographical Education. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp.205-214.
  4. J. van der Schee & D. Rijborz (2003). Coaching Students in Research Skills: A Difficult Task for Teachers. European Journal of Teacher Education, 26 (2) pp. 229-238.
  5. J. van der Schee (2003). Geographical Education and Citizenship Education. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 12 (1) pp. 49-53.
  6. J. van der Schee, L. Vankan & D. Leat (2003). The International Challenge of More Thinking Through Geography. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 12 (4), pp. 330-343.
  7. J. van der Schee, R.J. Simons, D. Rijborz & M. Straatemeier (2004). Effects of Systematic Variation in the Training of Students’ Research Skills. Curriculum and Teaching, 19 (2), pp. 5-18.
  8. D. Leat, J. van der Schee & L. Vankan (2005). New ways of Geography teaching. European Journal of Teacher Education, 28 (30), pp. 327-342.
  9. J. van der Schee & R. Van der Vaart (2005). Geography Teaching in The Netherlands: Changes and Challenges. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 14 (1) 2005, pp 80-82.
  10. J. van der Schee, L.Vankan & D. Leat (2006). Effects of the Use of Thinking Through Geography Strategies. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 15 (2) pp. 115-124.
  11. Bednarz, S. & J. van der Schee (2006). Europe and the US: GIS Implementation in two contexts. Technology, Pedagogy and Education, vol 15 (2), pp. 191-205.
  12. J. van der Schee (2006). Geography and New Technologies. In: J. Lidstone & M. Williams (eds) Geographical Education in a Changing World. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 185-193.
  13. H. Wilschut & J. van der Schee (2007). Searching for Strategies to Help Students to Structure Their Geographical Research Papers in a Domain Specific Way. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 16 (4), pp. 351-366.
  14. J. van der Schee (2007). Gisse leerlingen. Geografische Informatie Systemen, geografisch besef en aardrijkskundeonderwijs. Amsterdam: Onderwijscentrum VU, 60 pp. (oratie).
  15. J. van der Schee & S. Langius (2008). Dutch Children’s Understanding of Place, Society, Environment, their World and the Future. In R. Gerber & M. Robertson (eds.) Children’s Lifeworlds: Locating Indigenous Voices. Hauppauge NY: Nova Publishers, pp. 91-100.
  16. J. van der Schee & H. J. Scholten (2009.) Geographical Information Systems and Geography Teaching. In H. Scholte, R. van de Velde & N. Van Manen (Eds.) Geospatial Technology and the Role of Location in Science.ScienceSeries GeoJournal Library vol. 96, pp. 287-301. Dordrecht: Springer.
  17. T. Favier & J. van der Schee (2009). Learning geography by combining fieldwork with GIS. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 18 (4), 261-274.
  18. L. van Rens, J. van der Schee & A. Pilot (2009). Learning diffusion in an inquiry community. Journal of Chemical Education, 86 (12), pp. 1437-1441.
  19. L. van Rens, A. Pilot & J. van der Schee (2010). A Framework for Teaching Scientific Inquiry in Upper Secondary School Chemistry. Journal of Research in Science Teaching , 47, pp. 788-806.
  20. J. van der Schee, H. Notte & L. Zwartjes (2010). Some thoughts about a new international geography test. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 19 (4), pp. 277-282.
  21. J. van der Schee & R. Kolkman (2010). Multimedia tests and geographical education: the 2008 International Geography Olympiad. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 19 (4), pp. 283-293.
  22. L. van Rens, J. van Muijlwijk, J. Beishuizen & J. van der Schee  (2011). Upper Secondary Chemistry Students in a Pharmacochemistry Research Community. International Journal of Science Education. DOI:10.1080/09500693.2011.591845.
  23. K. Oost, B. de Vries & J. van der Schee (2011). Enquiry-driven fieldwork as a rich and powerful teaching strategy: school practices in secondary geography education in the Netherlands. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 20 (4), pp. 309-325.
  24. T. Favier, J. van der Schee& Scholten(2011). The Netherlands: Introduction and Diffusion of GIS for Geography Education, 1980s to the Present. In A. Milson, A. Demirci & J. Kerski (eds) International Perspectives on Teaching and Learning with GIS in Secondary Schools, pp. 169-178. New York: Springer.
  25. T. Favier & J. van der Schee (2012). Exploring the characteristics of an optimal design for inquiry-based geography education with Geographic Information Systems. Computers & Education 58, pp. 666-677.
  26. J. van der Schee (2012). Geographical education in a changing world. J-Reading, Journal of Research and Didactis in Geography, jrg. 1 (1), 11-15.
  27. J. van der Schee (2013). Kritisches Denken: Geographische Denkfähigkeit und bedeutungsvolles Lernen. In: M. Rolfes & A. Uhlenwinkel (eds) Metzler Handbuch 2.0 Geographieunterricht, pp. 105-113, Braunschweig: Westermann.
  28. H. Schalk, J. van der Schee & Th. Boersma (2013). The Development of Understanding of Evidence in Pre-University Biology Education in the Netherlands. Research in Science Education, vol.43(2), pp. 551-578.
  29. J. Karkdijk, J. van der Schee & W. Admiraal (2013). Effects of teaching with mysteries on students’ geographical thinking skills. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 22 (3), 183-190.
  30. A. Bosschaart, W. Kuiper, J. van der Schee & J. Schoonenboom (2013). The role of knowledge in students’ flood-risk perception. Natural Hazards, vol. 69 (3), pp. 1661-1680. DOI 10.1007/s 11069-013-0774-z.
  31. T. Favier & J. van der Schee (2014). The effects of geography lessons with geospatial technologies on the development of high school students’ relational thinking. Computers & Education, 768, pp. 225-236.
  32. J. van der Schee (2014). Looking for an international strategy for geography education. Journal of Research and Didactics in Geography (J-READING) , vol 1 (3), pp. 9-14.
  33. F. Hooghuis, J. van der Schee, M. van der Velde, J. Imants & M. Volman (2014). The adoption of Thinking Through Geography Strategies and their impact on teaching geographical reasoning in Dutch secondary schools. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, vol. 23 (3), pp. 242-258.
  34. J. van der Schee, J. Lidstone & C. Brooks (2014). Towards an international approach for geography education. Geographia Polonica, vol. 87 (2), pp. 213-220.
  35. T. Favier & J. van der Schee(2014). Evaluating Progression in Students’ Relational Thinking While Working on Tasks with Geospatial Technologies. Review of International Geographical Education Online, vol. 4 (2), pp. 155-181.
  36. T. Favier & J. van der Schee (2014). Digital Earth and Geography Teacher Training for the 21st Century: Teacher Competencies for Inquiry-based Geography Teaching. In: R. de Miguel Gonzalez & K. Donert (eds.) Innovative Learning Geography in Europe. New Challenges for the 21st Century.Newcastle, pp. 65-76: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  37. M. Blankman, J. van der Schee, M. Volman & M. Boogaard (2015). Primary teacher educators’ perception of desired and achieved pedagogical content knowledge in geography education in primary teacher training. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, vol 24 (1), pp. 80-94. DOI: 10.1080/10382046.2014.967110.
  38. A. Bosschaart, W. Kuiper & J. van der Schee (2015). Students’ mental models with respect to flood risk in the Netherlands. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, vol 24 (2), pp. 131-147, DOI: 10.1080/10382046.2014.993171.
  39. O. Muniz, A. Demirci &  J. van der Schee (2015). Geospatial Technologies and Geography Education in a Changing World. Geospatial Prectices and lessons learned. Tokyo: Springer.
  40. J. van der Schee, H. Trimp, T. Béneker & T. Favier (2015). Digital Geography Education in the Twenty-First Century: Needs and Opportunities. In: Muniz et al. (eds.) Geospatial Technologies and Geography Education in a Changing World. Geospatial Prectices and lessons learned, pp. 11-20. Tokyo: Springer.
  41. T. Béneker, J. van der Schee (2015). Future geographies and geography education. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, vol 24 (4), pp. 287-293.
  42. M. Blankman, J. Schoonenboom, J. van der Schee, M. Boogaard & M. Volman (2016). Learning to teach geography for primary education: results of an experimental programme. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. DOI: 10.1080/03098265.2016.1144731.
  43. M. Blankman, J. van der Schee, M. Volman & M. Boogaard (2016). Design and development of a geography curriculum for first year primary student teachers. Curriculum and Teaching, 31 (2). 
  44. A. Bosschaart, J. van der Schee & W. Kuiper (2016). Designing a flood-risk education program in the Netherlands.  The Journal of Environmental Education. 
  45. A. Bosschaart, J. van der Schee, W. Kuiper & J. Schoonenenboom (2016). Evaluating a flood-risk education program in the Netherlands. Studies in Educational  Evalution, 50, pp. 53-61.
  46. E. Bijsterbosch, J. van der Schee, W. Kuiper & T. Béneker (2016). Geography Teachers’ Practices regarding Summative Assessment: A Study of Pre-Vocational Education in the Netherlands. Review of International Geographical Education Online, 6 (2), pp. 118-134.
  47. J. van der Schee (2016). Sustainability and geography education. J-Reading, Journal of Research and Didactics in Geography, 2 (5), pp. 11-18.
  48. K. Oost, B. de Vries & J. van der Schee (2016). Preparing and debriefing geography fieldwork: a scenario for open classroom dialogue around a core curriculum. J-Reading. Journal of Research and Didactics in Geography, 2 (5), pp. 79-84.
  49. C. Pesaresi, J. van der Schee & D. Pavia (2017). 3D and 4D Simulations for Landscape Resconstruction and Damage Scenarios: GIS Pilot Applications. Review of International Geographical Education Online, 7 (2), pp. 131-153.
  50. H. Bijsterbosch, J. van der Schee & W. Kuiper (2017). Meaningful learning and summative assessment in geography education: An analysis in secondary education in the Netherlands. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 26 (1), pp. 17-35.
  51. J. van der Schee & T. Béneker (2018). Geography Education and Global Understanding: exploring some ideas and trends in a fast changing world. In:  A. Demirci, R. de Miguel & S. Bednarz (eds.) Geography Education for Global Understanding, pp. 71-82. Tokyo: Springer.
  52. J. Karkdijk, J. van der Schee & W. Admiraal (2018). Studying Students’ Geographical Relational Thinking when Solving Mysteries. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, DOI: 10.1080/10382046.2018.1426304
  53. H. Bijsterbosch, T. Béneker, W. Kuiper & J. van der Schee (2018). Characteristics of test items focusing on meaningful learning and of the criteria used to judge and mark them: A case study in pre-vocational geography education in the Netherlands. European Journal of Geography, vol. 9 (2).

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