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Understanding history : recent research in history education / ed. Rosalyn Ashby, Peter Gordon, Peter Lee

Secondary Author Ashby, Rosalyn
Gordon, Peter
Lee, Peter
Country Estados Unidos. Publication London : Routledge, 2005 Description XIV, 193 p. : il., gráficos ; 23 cm Series International review of history education , 4 ISBN 0-7130-0245-X CDU 93:372.893 372.893:93
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

What sense do children andnbsp;young peoplenbsp;make of history? How do they cope with competing historical accounts in textbooks? How do they think historical or archaeological claims are supported or rejected? And whatever students think about history, how do their teachers see history education?

The contributors to this fourth volume of the International Review of History Education discuss these questions in the context of their research.nbsp;Divided into two sections, the first part of the booknbsp;examines students' ideas about the discipline of history and the knowledge it produces. The second part looks in detail at teachers' own ideas about teaching. Featuring contributions from authors throughout the world, including the USA, Canada, Portugal, Brazil, Taiwan and the UK, the book provides interesting studies of how history is both taught and received in these different countries.
Understanding History contributes to current knowledge of successful teaching: that teachers must take into accounts students' preconceptions that they bring to the classroom as well as accepting the complexity and importance of their own professional knowledge. The book will be of interest to anyone studying or researching history education as well as teachers of history throughout the world.

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Rosalyn Ashby is Lecturer in Education, Peter Gordon is Emeritus Professor and Peter Lee is Senior Lecturer in Education, all at the Institute of Education, University of London.

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