How Students Understand the Past: From Theory to Practice

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Rowman Altamira, 2005 - Всего страниц: 189
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History and archaeology education is highly valued among modern societies that seek to educate their youth about the past. Yet these areas have been_for the most part_slow to employ the latest advances in education theory and practice. Former classroom teacher and science education specialist M. Elaine Davis presents an informed and useful text that demonstrates the importance of contemporary learning theory and educational research to the development of effective programs in both formal and informal history and archaeology education. Chapters cover teaching and history education theory, and apply this to various case studies and program examples. This text will prove a much-valued tool for school teachers, museum educators, archaeologists, and historians_challenging and aiding educators to assess and improve their respective programs.

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History Matters
9
Thinking Our Way into the Past
21
CONSTRUCTING THE PAST A CASE STUDY FROM SOUTHWESTERN COLORADO
33
A Sense of Place
35
The Research Design and Project Parameters Teachers Students and Curriculum
47
Pieces of the Past
63
Making Meaning of the Past
89
TEACHING A HISTORY THAT MATTERS
107
History as a Dialogic Practice Sharing Authority for Constructing the Past
121
Understanding Understanding Some Tools for Qualitative Inquiry
163
Data List
177
Interview Guide
179
Student Questionnaire
181
References
183
Index
187
About the Author

Constructing Pedagogy Applying Research to Practice
109

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M. Elaine Davis is director of education at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center.

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