Vignettes

A vignette is brief example of PDK in the context of a geography lesson. The geography lesson is described, and then analysed, in terms of questions: ‘Where is the PDK?’, ‘How does PDK knowledge development take place?’ The wide array of PDK vignettes available on the GeoCapabilities teacher training website illustrate for teachers the value of identifying the powerful geographical knowledge – for thinking, interpreting, and understanding different topics and themes.
The aim of the vignette is to consider the effects of migration on the host countries, and more specifically on the organisation...
Respect for the right to be mobile is enshrined in the 1948 UDHR (Universal Declaration of Human
The aim of this vignette is to deconstruct the idea that Europe is being overwhelmed by migratory waves.
A central part of geography’s disciplinary identity is associated with the study of place. Tim Cresswell (2015) has...
The chosen topic within migration for this vignette is the issue of emigration from the UK, exploring the what, where and why...
Human rights are moral principles or norms (Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, 2013) that describe certain standards of...
There is a potential difference between how migration is interpreted by the media and perceived by people today.
The migration wave to Europe between 2014 and 2017 was given a lot of attention in both, digital and printed media all over Europe.
The topic being examined is that of migration; specifically looking at migration as a theme that is worthy of examination...
The objective of this vignette is to understand the role of networks in the migration process.
The Chinese restaurant of Jo Kraaijeveld and her husband Yuen Wah at Katendrecht..
The wave of migration to Europe between 2014 and 2017 received a lot of attention.