Teaching diversity in the history classroom

Paul Bracey, Ian Davies (Editor), Alison Gove-Humphries, Darius Jackson

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Abstract

This chapter explores the significance of current developments related to diversity and then addresses the following questions - What is the relationship between history and contemporary issues? What is the relationship between diversity as a concept and its substantive content? Developing a Big Picture of the past: What are the implications for diversity? This will be followed by a series of guiding principles which we hope will support the development of diversity in the history curriculum
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDebates in History Teaching
EditorsIan Davies
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherRoutledge
Chapter14
Pages172-186
Number of pages15
ISBN (Print)9780415571623
Publication statusPublished - 14 Dec 2010

Keywords

  • Teaching
  • Diversity
  • History
  • Classroom

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    Bracey, P., Davies, I. (Ed.), Gove-Humphries, A., & Jackson, D. (2010). Teaching diversity in the history classroom. In I. Davies (Ed.), Debates in History Teaching (pp. 172-186). Routledge.