Teaching and Learning
Discussion Leaders: Tucker and Wilson
- Sam Wineburg, “Thinking Like a Historian,” TPS Quarterly
- Daisy Martin and Sam Wineburg, “Seeing Thinking on the Web,” The History Teacher 41:3 (May 2008):
- Mark Sample, “Building and Sharing When You’re Supposed to Teaching,” samplereality
- Michael Coventry, et. al., “Ways of Seeing: Evidence and Learning in the History Classroom,” Journal of American History 92:4(March, 2006)
- Mills Kelly, “Chapter 5: Making: DIY History?” Teaching History in the Digital Age (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2013)
- Scholz, R. Trevor, ed. Learning Through Digital Media. Digital Edition. Institute for the Future of the Book; NYU Libraries, 2011. http://learningthroughdigitalmedia.net/
- Explore the following teaching and learning sites:
- Design an activity for a single class period targeted at first year undergraduates that focuses on a particular historical thinking skill. Post to your blog.
- Write a blog post reflecting on the process of designing lessons that teach historical thinking skills and method.