Abstract: Eleni Zanou from Cyprus presents her motivations for teaching history ‘unconventionally’. She explains that using the one and only textbook entails many risks – such as the lack of… Read More ›
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Creating an Arab Lens to Learning World History
Abstract: Jordanian teachers in private schools are in most cases teaching historical content seen as significant by the writers of these international curricula. As a result of this unusual situation,… Read More ›
History’s Trolley Problem
Should history be taught on big scales, or should it focus on the experiences of small groups or even individuals over shorter times?
The Geography of It All
Geography is a discipline which has an enduring identity crisis resulting in large part from its very nature. However, its object of study, the planet as the home of humankind, is clearly of fundamental importance.
Public examinations involve a great deal of interpretation. How much freedom do those who interpret those frameworks have when devising assessments?
Simple Examination Tasks Instead of Complicated Tests!
History teachers should consider how they want to assess the learning success of students right at the beginning of their planning work.
بقع مظلمة في تعليم التاريخ في فلسطين
Following the Oslo Agreement, the Palestinian Ministry of Education finalized a history curriculum abiding the restrictions of the Peace Agreement.
اختطاف تعليم التاريخ وإنقاذه في لبنان
Abstract: The peace agreement of the 1975-1989 civil war in Lebanon formulated in Ta’if, Saudi Arabia stipulated the unification of history textbooks (section III.F.5) as part of education reform… Read More ›