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  • Complexity in the Specification of the History Curriculum

    Die Komplexität von Geschichtslehrplan-Vorgaben

    Bishop Colenso, Great Britain, and South Africa. A school history curriculum variously gives learners an introduction to historical themes. It does not, however, convey well the complexity of the past.

    Complexity in the Specification of the History Curriculum
  • Teaching History in Order to Develop Critical Thinking?

    Enseigner l’histoire pour former la pensée critique? | Geschichte vermitteln um kritisches Denken auszubilden?

    Students do not simply develop an adequate understanding of "critical thinking" "in a natural way", neither if they are taught history or another subject.

    Teaching History in Order to Develop Critical Thinking?
  • Interdisciplinary Research in History Education

    Interdisziplinäres Forschen in Geschichtsdidaktik

    If we try to focus on the differentiation of empirical research in history didactics, we see that the German-speaking world is currently putting a greater emphasis on interdisciplinary teams like HiTCH.

    Interdisciplinary Research in History Education
  • Wissen2go – Teacher-Centered Instruction on YouTube

    Wissen2go – Frontalunterricht auf YouTube

    On YouTube's Wissen2go channel, a journalist explains history and politics to half a million followers. The Russian Revolution is in high range of popularity. Why are there so many viewers and what does this say about teaching history?

    Wissen2go – Teacher-Centered Instruction on YouTube
  • Unfortunate Choice of Words – or Is There More Behind It?

    "Polskie obozy" – świadome czy nieświadome fałszowanie historii? | Unglückliche Wortwahl - oder steckt mehr dahinter?

    In the textbook "Geschichte und Geschehen" the term "mass deportations to Polish camps" is erroneously used in the chapter about the Holocaust. The knowledge of the textbook’s authors, editors and teachers has thus been called into question.

    Unfortunate Choice of Words – or Is There More Behind It?
  • Public History with Tweets

    Über Public History twittern
    European 1914-1918 auf Twitter

    This article describes the way in which the commemoration of the First World War’s centenary is dealt with on Twitter and observes how Twitter promotes both public activities with the past and the expertise of public historians online.

    Public History with Tweets
  • Borders In the Head: Comparing Mexican and Berlin Wall

    Grenzen im Kopf: Die mexikanische und die Berliner Mauer

    In order to understand previous and contemporary political conflicts through history education in both formal and informal environments, it is imperative to comprehend what has happened and where a certain event has happened.

    Borders In the Head: Comparing Mexican and Berlin Wall
  • Urban Images – An Industrial Metropole Reinvents Itself

    Stadtbilder – Eine Industriemetropole erfindet sich neu

    The reality is that Upper Silesia has managed to overcome and ultimately leave behind outdated stereotypes. This especially holds true for Katowice, which has started to make much progress towards establishing its future.

    Urban Images – An Industrial Metropole Reinvents Itself
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