Personal Details: Guyver, Robert

Guyver Robert

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Robert Guyver, PhD, is on a three year contract as Adjunct Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Tasmania (2016-2019) where he is working with colleagues and undertaking research into history education across the Commonwealth of Nations. He was a primary teacher for 21 years, an advisory teacher for a short period, and Senior Lecturer and Teaching Fellow at University College Plymouth St Mark and St John in the UK. In 1989-90 he was a member of the History Working Group drafting the national history curriculum for England. With Australia-based Tony Taylor he edited History Wars and the Classroom – Global Perspectives (IAP, 2012), and he edited (on his own) Teaching History and the Changing Nation State – Transnational and Intranational Perspectives (Bloomsbury Academic, 2016). He is currently engaged in seeking to set up a series of pilot studies involving shared teaching partnerships in and across different Commonwealth jurisdictions. He is a Fellow of the Historical Association and of the Royal Historical Society.

Robert Guyver, Dr. phil., ist zurzeit für 3 Jahre Gastprofessor an der Erziehungswissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Universität von Tasmanien (2016-19), wo er gemeinsam mit KollegInnen geschichtsdidaktische Forschung im Rahmen des Commonwealth unternimmt. Er war 21 Jahre lang Grundschullehrer und für eine kurze Zeit Beratungslehrer, dann Dozent am University College Plymouth St Mark and St John in Grossbritannien. 1989/90 war er ein Mitglied der History Working Group, die den Entwurf für den englischen nationalen Geschichtslehrplan geschrieben hat. Mit dem australischen Kollegen Tony Taylor gab er das BuchHistory Wars and the Classroom – Global Perspectives (IAP 2012) heraus und (als alleiniger Herausgeber) Teaching History and the Changing Nation State – Transnational and Intranational Perspectives (Bloomsbury Academic, 2016). Im. Moment ist er damit beschäftigt, eine Reihe von Pilotstudien zur internationalen geschichtsunterrichtlichen Kooperation im Rahmen des Commonwealths aufzusetzen. Er ist Mitglied der britischen Historical Association und der Royal Historical Society.

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