Tag Archives: History of History Teaching

Can You Tell a Book By Its Cover?

It won’t be long (one month, actually) before Teaching History in the Digital Age is available. But the cover has now appeared on the Michigan Press website and I’m very pleased with the result.

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A Terrible Tip

In the December 2012 edition of the AHA’s newsletter Perspectives, Patricia Limerick, the new Vice President of the Teaching Division, announced a new Association project, “Tipping Points for Teaching.” The project, as described by Limerick, has two main goals: to (a) gather … Continue reading

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The History Curriculum in 2023 (Conclusion)

At a conference on the future of higher education at George Mason this past fall, one of my colleagues in the sciences pointed out that his department offered very rich and immersive learning experiences for their seniors in capstone seminars. … Continue reading

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The History Curriculum in 2013 (Mashing)

In the second post in this series I argued that one of the most important reasons why the history curriculum needs to change was that student use of the Internet has changed dramatically in the past five to ten years. … Continue reading

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