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20 Mar 2024
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Von Stadt, Land, Fluss zur Nachhaltigkeitskunde: (Irr-)Wege der Ausgestaltung des Fachwissens in den Berliner Geographielehrplänen der letzten drei Jahrzehnte

Péter Bagoly-Simó

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Bagoly-Simó, P.: Tracing Sustainability: An International Comparison of ESD Implementation into Lower Secondary Education, J. Educ. Sustain. Dev., 7, 95–108,, 2013. 
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Bagoly-Simó, P.: Geography's Unkept Promises of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD). On Geography's Wasted Potential to Educate for a More Sustainable Future, Int. Res. Geogr. Environ. Educ., 32, 53–68,, 2023. 
Bagoly-Simó, P. und Hartmann, J.: Are We Sustainable Yet? Results of a Longitudinal Curriculum Study by Means of Topic-Based Indicators, Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik|Journal of Geography Education (ZGD), 49, 130–148,, 2021. 
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This article explores whether the reduction in geographical knowledge leads to better Education for Sustainable Development or to a general loss of quality in Geography teaching and learning.