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Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Janis Fögele
I. (Inter) national peer-reviewed publications
Roczen N., Fischer F., Fögele J.., Hartig J. & R. Mehren (2021). Measuring System Competence in Education for Sustainable Development. Sustainability, 13 (9): 4932. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13094932.
Fögele, J.; Mehren, R .; Rempfler, A. (2020). Tipping points - the key to a profound understanding of complex dynamic systems among learners? In: Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik / Journal of Geography Education 48 (3), pp. 83-100. DOI: 10.18452 / 22030.
Fögele, J., Luber, L. & R. Mehren (2020). Orientations of student teachers in geography. Reconstruction> Responsiveness> Reflection. In Hemmer, M., Lindau A.-K .; Peter, C. & G. Schrüfer (eds.): It depends on the geography teacher !? ”Teacher professionalism and teacher training in the focus of theory, empiricism and practice. Geography didactic research, Münster, 79-92.
Luber, L., Fögele, J.. & R. Mehren (2020). How Do Students Experience a Deprived Urban Area in Berlin? Empirical Reconstruction of Students' Orientations. Review of International Geographical Education (RIGEO),
10 (4), 500-533, available online at dergipark.org.tr/tr/download/article-file/1185045.
Fögele, J.., Luber, L. & R. Mehren (2019). Responsive process for self-reflection of one's own type of student teacher - selected findings from an experimental seminar. Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik / Journal of Geography Education 47 (2), 1-18. Doi:
Applis, S., Benthaus, B., Bruns-Juncker, A., Engel, J., Fögele, J., Gessner, S., Henn F.M., Hofmann, J., Löhrwald, D., Mehren, R., Meixner, M. & S. Müller (2019): The world trading game from one perspective each of geographical, ethical, philosophical, economic, political, social / sociological and educational education. An interdisciplinary exploratory discussion. Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik / Journal of Geography Education, 47 (4), 117-144.
Fögele, J., Luber, L., & R. Mehren (2019). Types of student teachers between theory and practice in the subject of geography. reconstructing orientations using the example of a seminar on experiments. Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 6(5),1-24.
Fögele, J. (2018). Types of teachers in dealing with basic geographic concepts. Reconstruction of professional beliefs of geography teachers. Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik / Journal of Geography Education, 46(1), 3–32.
Fögele, J. (2017). Acquiring Powerful Thinking Through Geographical Key Concepts. In C. Brooks (Ed.), International Perspectives on Geographical Education. The Power of Geographical Thinking. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 59-73.
Applis, S. & Fögele, J. (2016). Development of Geography Teachers Capacity to Evaluate - Analysis on Coping with Complexity and Controversiality. Research in Geographic Education 18(1), 10–24.
Fögele, J.. (2016). From Content to Concept: Teaching Glocal Issues with Geographical Principles. European Journal of Geography, 7(1), 6–16.
Fögele, J., & Mehren, R. (2015). Implementing Geographical Key Concepts: Design of a Symbiotic Teacher Training Course Based on Empirical and Theoretical Evidence. Review of International Geographical Education Online, 5(1), 56–76.
Fögele, J.., Höhnle, S., Mehren, R. & Schubert, J.C. (2015). GIS Teacher Training: Empirically-Based Indicators of Effectiveness. Journal of Geography, 115 (1), 12-23, DOI: 10.1080 / 00221341.2015.1016546.
Fögele, J.. & Mehren, R. (2015). Characteristics of effective teacher training - Empirical evidence from education / teaching research and the resulting recommendations for geography didactics. Journal of Geography Didactics | Journal of Geography Education, 81–106.
Applis, S., & Fögele, J. (2014). Professionalization as a task of the third training phase in teacher training to implement educational standards: Theoretical, methodological and empirical challenges for didactic research on the qualification of geography teachers. Zeitschrift für Geographiedidaktik / Journal of Geography Education, 42(4), 193–212.
Fögele, J., Hofmann, R. & Mehren, R. (2014). Tablet-based fieldwork. Opportunities and challenges for geography education. In R. Vogler, A. Car, J. Strobl & G. Griesebner (Eds.), GI_Forum 2014. Geospatial Innovation for Society. Berlin: Wichmann, 332–343.
II. Articles in anthologies and practical teaching magazines
Fögele, J., Sesemann, O. & N. Westphal (2021). Use basic concepts to design the deep technical structure of geography lessons. In Terrasse-Online, Klett-Verlag. Available at https://www.klett.de/alias/1136693.
Fögele, J. & R. Mehren (2021). Basic Concepts - Keys to Encouraging Geographical Thinking. In: Practice geography, 51(4), 48-55.
Fögele, J. (2020, in preparation). Perception of space, imagination of space, understanding of space. In Brucker, Ambros (ed.): Geography Didactics in Overviews. 5th updated edition. Seelze: Aulis Verlag.
Fögele, J. (2020, in preparation). Basic concepts of geography. In Brucker, Ambros (ed.): Geography Didactics in Overviews. 5th updated edition. Seelze: Aulis Verlag.
Fögele, J., Rempfler, A. & Mehren, R. (2020). Networking knowledge: Concept maps in geography lessons. An overview of the central findings from teaching / learning research. Practice Geography, 50(4), 10-14.
Fögele, J. (2020). Overtourism in Barcelona? Develop a reading path for a concept map. Practice Geography, 50(4), 32-37.
Dittmann, A., Fögele, J., Gryl, I., Hemmer, I., Hoffmann, K.W., & Mehren, R. (2019). Roadmap 2030: Strengthening geography in school practice. Geography newsletter
. (280), 1–2, available at data.schulgeographie-bw.de/medien/3a066bda8c96b9478bb0512f0a43028c.pdf.
Fögele, J. (2019). Basic geographic concepts: a didactic instrument for analyzing the human-environment system. In G. Obermaier (ed.), Bayreuth contact study geography: Volume 10. Diverse geographies - making technical and cultural diversity usable in the classroom. Bayreuth: Verlag Naturwissenschaftliche Gesellschaft Bayreuth e.V., 125–135.
Fögele, J. (2018). Geographical teacher training to promote technical thinking? Development and persistence of the professional habitus. In U. Hericks (ed.), Technical training and professionalization of teachers. Annual meeting of the Commission for Professional Research and Teacher Training of the German Society for Educational Sciences. Marburg, 2-3.
Fögele, J. (2018). Responsiveness in geographic didactic teacher training. Professionalism between theory and practice. In Hemmer, M., Lindau, A.-K., Peter, C., Schrüfer, S. (eds.), "It depends on the geography teacher !? ”- Teacher professionalism and teacher training in the focus of theory, empiricism and practice, proceedings of the HGD symposium. Münster, 4–5.
Fögele, J. (2018). Basic concepts. In Brucker, A., Haversath, J.-B. & A. Schöps (Ed.), Geography lessons, 102 keywords. Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Verlag Hohengehren, 20–21.
Fögele, J. (2018). Room concepts. In Brucker, A., Haversath, J.-B. & A. Schöps (Ed.), Geography lessons, 102 keywords. Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Verlag Hohengehren, 186-187.
Fögele, J. (2017). Transformation of professional convictions in the course of a geographic didactic teacher training course: Reconstructive process analysis of professionalization courses. In GFD & Kofadis (Eds.), GFD-KOFADIS conference "Didactic research on teacher training". September 27-29, 2017 at the University of Education Freiburg i. Br. Freiburg, 100-102.
Fögele, J., & Mehren, M. (2017). Spatial concepts in geography: promoting an expanded understanding of space. Practice Geography, 47(4), 4–8.
Dresbach, J., & Fögele, J. (2017). When does a natural event turn into a catastrophe ?: The example of Jakarta. Practice Geography, 47(4), 22–27.
Fögele, J.. & Hoffmann, K.W. (2016). Diagnostic tools in geography class. Didactic location and application in a teaching unit on the subject of soil. Geography current & school, 224(38), 28–34.
Fögele, J. & Mehren, R. (2016). Fieldwork in a Social Flashpoint with Students - Development of a Multiperspective Revitalization Concept. In Chang Chew-Hung (ed.), Geography that matters - Empowering learners for a diverse world. Singapore: Southeast Asian Geography Association, 20–21.
Fögele, J.., Hofmann, R., Mehren, R. (2016
). Kotti is a social hotspot. A role excursion to develop revitalization measures at Kottbusser Tor against the background of the model of the social city. In Hemmer, M. & R. Mehren (eds.): Exploring Berlin geographically. Concepts, excursions and materials for working with schoolchildren on site, Volume 2, Münster. Url: geographische-schuelerexkursionen.de.
Fögele, J.., Hofmann, R., Mehren, R. et al. (2016
). Gentrification in Prenzlauer Berg - A school excursion with smartphones / tablets. In Hemmer, M. & R. Mehren (eds.): Exploring Berlin geographically. Concepts, excursions and materials for working with schoolchildren on site, Volume 4, Münster. Url: geographische-schuelerexkursionen.de.
Fögele, J., Hofmann, R. Mehren, R. et al. (2016
). Space pioneers in Berlin. A didactic excursion. In Hemmer, M. & R. Mehren (eds.): Exploring Berlin geographically. Concepts, excursions and materials for working with schoolchildren on site, Volume 5, Münster. Url: geographische-schuelerexkursionen.de.
Fögele, J. (2016). Geographies of German Asylum Policy. Working on a current debate in geography class. Practice geography, 46(2), 16–21.
Fögele, J.., Hofmann, R., Luber, L. & R. Mehren (2016). The Kottbusser Tor in Berlin. Reconstruction of student orientations as part of a geographical work excursion in a problem area. Geography current & school, 220(38),11–20.
Fögele, J. & R. Mehren (2015). The implementation of the effective factors of teacher training courses - selected findings from a geographic training course. ZfL newsletter. H. 01/10/2015, 11-14.
Fögele, J. (2015). Gentrification 2.0 - a didactic excursion with tablet PCs. In Makki, M. & Kleßen, R. (ed.): Excursion guide to the German Congress for Geography 2015 in Berlin. "Stadt Land Schaf (f) t - Land Schaf (f) t Stadt" - Challenges of human-environment relationships in the 21st century. Berlin: Humboldt University of Berlin, 313–317.
Bette, J., & J.Fögele (2015). Use basic concepts to structure tasks and diagnose technical thinking. Practice Geography, 45(7/8), 34–39.
Fögele, J. (2015). Working on complexity with geographical basic concepts: Background and application using the example of the resource "sand". Geography current & school, 37(216), 11–21.
Fögele, J. (2014). For testing basic geographic concepts in the context of symbiotic teacher training - a process-analytical reconstruction of teacher orientations. In the proceedings of the HGD Young Talent Conference 2014 in Halle (Saale), 9. – 11. April 2014, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, 18–19.
Mehren, R., Fögele. J., Hofmann, R., Hemmer, M., Miener, K. & J.C. Schubert (ed.) (2014). Berlin - between the neighborhood and the metropolis. Geographical student excursions, 7th edition, self-published by Nuremberg.
Fögele, J.., Hofmann, R. & R. Mehren (2014). How to implement tablet-based fieldwork in Geography education. In Instituto Politécnico de Portalegre (ed.), International Congress on Education, Innovation and Learning Technologies. Barcelona: self-published, 24–34.
Fögele, J. (2012). Workshop: The dimensions of map competence and concepts for support in geography lessons. In Der Bayerische Schulgeograph, 33 (72), 5.
Fögele, J. (2012). Lively card, card in your head and reflected card criticism? - Innovative methods of using cards. In Pingold, M. & R. Uphues (2012): Beyond the Nuremberg funnel - ideas for future-oriented geography lessons. Proceedings for the 15th Bavarian School Geographers' Day, 32–36.
Fögele, J. (2011). EU, Visegrad or Václav Klaus? The geopolitical orientation of Czech youth in the European election year 2009. In Current Ostinformation, Pan-European Studienwerk e.V., 43 (1/2), 56–65.
Fögele, J. (2016). Development of basic conceptual understanding in geographic teacher training: Reconstructive type formation | Relational process analysis | Responsive evaluation. Geography didactic research: Vol. 61. Münster: Monsenstein and Vannerdat.
IV. Moderation of specialist journals
04/2022 Moderation of issue 04/2022 of Praxis Geographie on the topic China.
04/2017 Moderation of issue 04/2017 of the Geography practice on the topic Geographical spatial concepts - four perspectives.
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