Exams should not only be output-oriented, but also focus on learning processes. They should not primarily focus on deficits, but rather support the students.
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The two editors of this month’s issue set out in search of a multilingual and multicultural discourse in relation to what is called the “Arab world”.
How should we talk about the end of WWII? What narratives should dominate this story? Does our factual approach to this important date still make sense?
The radical form of the socio-cultural category, which can also be understood as a political instrument of struggle, negates gender polarity in general.
The rapid development of electronic media, including social networks, is forcing new behaviours, including dealing with public history.
For a long time, the study of the sounds of past times was hardly taken into account in historical scholarship; it cultivated a niche existence.
At first glance, the term “subject orientation” seems to be nothing more than an exaggerated paraphrase of the didactic principle of “addressee orientation”.