Teaching the Discipline of History in an Age of Standards

von: Jennifer Clark, Adele Nye

Springer-Verlag, 2018

ISBN: 9789811300479 , 329 Seiten

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Teaching the Discipline of History in an Age of Standards


 

This book discusses the discipline standards of History in Australian universities in order to help historians understand the Threshold Learning Outcomes and to assist in their practical application. It is divided into two sections: The first offers a scholarly exploration of contemporary issues in history teaching, while the second section discusses each of the Threshold Learning Outcomes and provides real-world examples of quality pedagogical practice. 
Although the book focuses on the discipline of history in Australia, other subjects and other countries are facing the same dilemmas. As such, it includes chapters that address the international context and bring an international perspective to the engagement with discipline standards. The innovation and leadership of this scholarly community represents a new stage in the transformation and renewal of history teaching.





Jennifer Clark is Head of Humanities at the University of Adelaide. She has taught history in universities for over 25 years. She is a recipient of the Vice-Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching and a national Carrick Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning. She was a partner on the ALTC funded project After Standards and the OLT funded project In the Beginning: Renewing first year curriculum for social sciences and humanities in the context of discipline threshold standards.

Adele Nye is a senior lecturer in Contextual Studies at the School of Education at the University of New England, Armidale, NSW. For more than two decades, her research has focused on historical thinking and history education in the Australian higher education sector. She was the primary investigator in an ALTC funded national project called Historical Thinking in Higher Education. Her current research examines perceptions of evidence, theory and influence in the disicipline in Australia and Northern Europe.  She is a member of the Australasian HIST-SoTL committee.