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Tag Archive for ‘Australia (Australien)’
Student Learning Circuits, War Memorials and Anzac
Anzac’s appeal produces strong student engagement in the classroom and online. Entrenched ideas generate resistance to critique.
The Place of Deep Mapping in Teaching
How do educators use deep mapping to rethink colonial relationships, settler connections, Indigenous land rights and environmental change?
Public and Applied History in the Classroom
The collection of articles presented in this month’s issue focus around the topic public and applied history in the classroom.
The Impact of Archaeology on History Teachers’ Pedagogy
from our “Wilde 13” section Abstract: Although recent research advises that professional development should be active and engage participants through personal discovery, most Australian history teachers tend to experience passive,… Read More ›
The Educational Legacies of the History Wars
The Australian curriculum attempts to guarantee that Australian young people develop a shared historical consciousness of the nation.
Aboriginal Land: A Framework for Narrating the Past
Aboriginal custodians’ work on their past reveals a new chapter in the understanding of Aboriginal land and history.
Public History in Western Australia
Some formats of public history in Western Australia are uniquely linked to the state’s distinctive history, environments, and culture.