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Intermediate Senior History


Browse print titles for examples of lesson plans and current educational trends and issues in history teaching.

Bound periodicals 2013 and earlier are shelved alphabetically on Floor 2 by title


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Education Sources

Examples of articles from this search:

How Students Learn: History in the Classroom (National Academies Press, 2004) This practical guide explores how the principles of learning can be applied to teaching history topics at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Leading educators explain in detail how they developed successful curricula and teaching approaches, presenting strategies that serve as models for curriculum development, and classroom instruction. Free

Learning History through Project-Based Learning (Journal of Education & Learning (EduLearn), Feb 2023, vol. 17 Issue 1, p. 67-75). In a 21st century classroom, project-based learning (PBL) can be the key strategy in helping students become independent learners and thinkers. PBL provides a pedagogical approach that is appealing and can be used not only in the subject of history but also across different disciplines

Benchmarks for Professional Development in Teaching of History as a Discipline - a guide for benchmarking professional development and collaborative programs for teachers--was produced by a small group of historians assembled by the American Historical Association, with the assistance of OAH and the National Council for the Social Studies.

Canada’s History (formerly The Beaver)

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