The International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in History

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Introduction, and Teaching of History syllabus

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07th Sep 2007

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Introduction, and Teaching of History syllabus

Hello All, I’d like to say hello to the group. Lendol Calder directed me to the site, and I’m excited about it becoming an important forum for talking about our...

Report on Disciplinary Meeting at ISSOTL Sydney

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06th Jul 2007

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Report on Disciplinary Meeting at ISSOTL Sydney

No doubt in part because of the discussions held by the steering committee of HISTSOTL with then ISSOTL President Barbara Cambridge in Washington last year and further discussions with the...

Toward a Signature Pedagogy for History Education

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30th May 2007

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Toward a Signature Pedagogy for History Education

Comment here on Lendol Calder’s “Toward a Signature Pedagogy for History Education,” published in the May 2007 issue of the History SoTL Newsletter. Click here for instructions about how to...

A SoTL experiment in a World Civ classroom

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06th Feb 2007

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A SoTL experiment in a World Civ classroom

I would appreciate the comments and feedback of this community on my fall 06 experiment. The class and an accompanying blog are documented at http://web.mac.com/critterdom/iWeb/Hooper%27s%20Study%20Pages/Welcome.html I am planning another, different...

Setting a Research Agenda

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02nd Feb 2007

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Setting a Research Agenda

I would like to post a set of questions here about scholarly research into the teaching and learning of history. I know that sometimes terminology differs across national boundaries (for...

Introductions

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01st Feb 2007

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Introductions

We are a diverse group of people who do not all know one another yet and who come from all over the world (Australia, Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, Japan, Sweden, Uganda,...

Welcome!

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06th Jan 2007

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Welcome!

Welcome to the website for the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in History! Look around, try all of the links, make suggestions. Click on the “Register”...