Arbeitsbereich Geschichtsdidaktik / History Education, Universität Hamburg

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Gerade erschienen /​ Just out: History Education Research Journal (HERJ) 18 (1)

20. April 2021 Andreas Körber Keine Kommentare

Gera­de erschie­nen /​ just published:

Histo­ry Edu­ca­ti­on Rese­arch Jour­nal (HERJ) 18,1 (2021); ed by Andy Pear­ce (UCL, Lon­don) and Andre­as Kör­ber (Uni­ver­si­tät Hamburg)

Table of Con­tents /​ Inhalt:

Edi­to­ri­al: Under­stan­ding the role of experience(s) in histo­ry edu­ca­ti­on rese­arch
Andre­as Kör­ber and Andy Pearce
Dis­cur­si­ve dif­fe­ren­ces in tea­ching the Brown v. Board of Edu­ca­ti­on of Top­e­ka decis­i­on and the pre­ser­va­ti­on of nar­ra­ti­ves of Ame­ri­can pro­gress
Char­ley Brooks
‘No, no, the Cold War was not that dra­ma­tic’: A case stu­dy on the use of a dra­ma task to pro­mo­te Dutch secon­da­ry school stu­dents’ his­to­ri­cal ima­gi­na­ti­on
Tes­sa de Leur, Car­la van Boxt­el and Tim Huijgen
Tea­ching his­to­ri­cal thin­king and reaso­ning: Tea­cher beliefs
Súsan­na Mar­grét Gest­sdót­tir, Jan­net van Drie and Car­la van Boxtel
Moving in limi­nal space: A case stu­dy of inter­cul­tu­ral his­to­ri­cal lear­ning in Swe­dish secon­da­ry school
Maria Johans­son
What is the pur­po­se of stu­dy­ing histo­ry? Deve­lo­ping stu­dents’ per­spec­ti­ves on the pur­po­ses and value of histo­ry edu­ca­ti­on
Dan Nut­tall
Per­spec­ti­ve as a thres­hold con­cept for lear­ning histo­ry
Javier Pari­cio