National Council for Geographic Education

Pathways in Geography

The Pathways in Geography series of publications for teacher, students, teacher trainers and curriculum planners was launched in 1991. 

Pathways #1: The Language of Maps*. Philip J. Gersmehl (1991) (1996 Revised).

Pathways #2: Beyond Seeing and Hearning: Teaching Geography to Sensory Impaired Children- An Integrated Curriculum Approach*. Sona Karentz Andrews, Amy Otis-Wilborn, and Trinka Messenheimer-Young (1991).

Pathways #3: Water in the Global Environment*. Marvin Waterstone. (1992).

Pathways #4: Revisiting the Americas: Teaching and Learning the Geography of the Western Hemisphere*. Tom L. Martinson and Susan Brooker-Gross (Eds.) (1992).

Pathways #5: Finding a Way: Encouraging Underrepresented Groups in Geography-An Annotated Bibliography*. Michal LeVasseur (1993).

Pathways #6: The Canadian Maritimes: Images and Encounters*. Peter Ennals (Ed.) (1993).

Pathways #7: Learning through Geography*. Francis Slater (1993).

Pathways #8: Up Close from Afar: Using Remote Sensing to Teach the American Landscape. Paul R. Baumann (1994).

Pathways #9: Wetlands: Science, Politics, and Geographical Relationships*. John E. Benhart and Alex Margin (1994).

Pathways #10Lexington and Kentucky’s Inner Bluegrass Region*. Richard Ulack, Karl B. Raitz, and Hilary Lambert Hoppers (Eds.) (1994).

Pathways #11: Learning Geography: An Annotated Bibliography of Research Paths*. Alfred S. Forsyth, Jr. (1995).

Pathways #12: A Geographic Glimpse of Central Texas and the Bordlands: Images and Encounters*. James F. Peterson and Julie Tuason (Eds.) (1995).

Pathways #13: Discerning New Horizons: A Perceptual Approach to Geographic Education*. Henry W. Castner (1995).

Pathways #14: A Teachers Index to FOCUS, 1950-1993*. James W. Thomas, (Ed.) (1996).

Pathways #15: Santa Barbara and California’s Central Coast Region: Images and Encounters*. Jeanette Gardner Betts, Susan W. Hardwick, and Gail L. Hobbs, (Eds.) (1996).

Pathways #16: Growth, Technology, Planning, and Geographic Education in Central Florida: Images and Encounters*. Ray Oldakowski, Laurie Molina, Betsy Purdum, (Eds.) (1997).

Pathways #17: Asian Women and Their Work: A Geography of Gender and Development*. Carolyn V. Prorok, and Kiran Banga Chhokar (Eds.) (1998).

Pathways #18: Teaching American Ethnic Geography*. Lawrence E. Estaville and Carol J. Rosen, (Eds.) (1997).

Pathways #19: Teaching Political Geography*. Fiona Davidson, Jonathan I. Leib, Fred M. Shelley, and Gerald Webster, (Eds.) (1998).

Pathways #20: Renaissance in the Heartland: The Indiana Experience: Images and Encounters*. John E. Oliver, (Ed.) (1998).

Pathways #21: Boston and New England: Advancing the Revolution in Geographic Education in a Region of Change*. Theodore S. Pikora and Stephen S. Young, (Eds.) (1999).

Pathways #22: Fieldwork in the Geography Curriculum: Filling the Rhetoric-Reality Gap*. Gwenda A. Rice, and Teresa L. Bulman (2001).

Pathways #23: Grades K-4 Standards-Based Lesson Models*. Celeste Fraser, (2002).

Pathways #24: Philadelphia: Transforming Tradition in the 21st Century*. Peter W. Rees, (Ed.) (2002).

Pathways #25: Grades 5–8 Standards-Based Lesson Plans*. Judith A. Bock, (2004).

Pathways #26: Grades 9-12 Standards-Based Lesson Plans*. Fred Walk, (2003).

Pathways #27: Geography, Culture and Change in the Mormon West, 1847-2003*. Richard Jackson and Mark Jackson, (Eds.) (2003).

Pathways #28: The American Landscape from the Air: Studying U.S. Geography with Aerial Photography. Paul Baumann, (2004). 

Pathways #29: Teaching Human Geography: Selections from the Journal of Geography*.  Gary S. Elbow, (Ed.) (2004). 

Pathways #30: A Teacher's Guide to Advanced Placement Human Geography: Essays, Strategies, and Resources. Robert S. Bednarz,(Ed.) (2004). 

Pathways #31: Focus on Human Geography: Readings from Focus on Geography Magazine*. Catherine M. Lockwood, (Ed.) (2005).

Pathways #32: Teaching about the Islamic World*. Barry Mowell, (Ed.) (2006).

Pathways #33: The Geography-Sports Connection: Using Sports to Teach Geography*. Lisa M. DeChano and Fred M. Shelley. (Eds.) (2006).

Pathways #34: Teaching Map Skills. An Active Learning Approach*. Jody Smothers Marcello (Revised and Expanded By.) (2007).

Pathways #35: Climate Change and Variation: A Primer for Teachers*. William A. Dando, (Ed.) (2007).

Pathways #36: European Geographic Education*. Maria Rello and Nikos Lambrinos. (2008).

Pathways #37: Climate Change and Variation: Lesson Plans, Data Sets, and Activities*. William A. Dando (Ed.) (2009).

Pathways #38: Sub-Saharan Africa in the Classroom*. Barry Mowell, (Ed.) (2010).

Pathways #39: Geography in America’s Schools, Libraries, and Homes. Donald D. Dahmann, (2011).

Pathways #40: Geography Undergraduate Programs: Pathways to Success. Lawrence E. Estaville, (2011).    

Pathways #41: Teaching Ethnic Geography in the 21st Century. Lawrence E. Estaville, (2014).          

Please Note: Publications with an * are no longer available via the NCGE on-line store.