Unpuzzling History with Primary Sources
Jeremiah Clabough, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Thomas N. Turner, University of Tennessee
William B. Russell III, Ph.D., University of Central Florida
Stewart Waters, The University of Tennessee
A volume in the series: Teaching and Learning Social Studies.
Editor(s): William B. Russell III, Ph.D., University of Central Florida.
Recent advances in technology have created easy access for classroom teachers and students alike to a vast store of primary sources. This fact accompanied by the growing emphasis on primary documents through education reform movements has created a need for active approaches to learning from such sources. Unpuzzling History with Primary Sources addresses this need. It looks at the role that primary sources can play in a social studies curriculum in the 21st century. Each chapter deals with a different aspect of teaching primary sources.
Enviado por. Nicole Tutiaux-Guillon (12/03/2016)