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Model competence in geography lessons

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Model competence in geography lessons

What relevance do models have for geographic education?

Article from Praxis Geographie - Issue 3/2019 (March)

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Product numberOD200029014200
school subjectGeography, geography
Released on01.03.2019
File size74.8 kB
File formatPDF document
AuthorsJulian Bette, Martina Mehren, Rainer Mehren
publishing companyWestermann


Models are considered the key to understanding the world. For learners, models are essential for the acquisition of flexible, transferable and applicable knowledge, because geographic facts can be captured in detail by models and compared with one another on an abstract level.

Keywords: Model, model understanding, model competence, spatial model, model evaluation, model use

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