Unpuzzling History with Primary Sources

p55e8fbb68d04eEdited by:
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.

Published 2015

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.

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Enviado por. Nicole Tutiaux-Guillon (12/03/2016)
Publicado en Formación, Recursos docentes