Every week, the students in Karl Miller’s fall course – HIS 392: Designing History’s Future – will be posting entries to the blog. There will be a summary post like this one to make it easier to locate the posts.
Posts from September 11 and 12, 2013:
- Subjectivity, Identity, and the Case of the Missing Paradigm in College History Courses
- How?: Doing History and Signature Pedagogies
- Drink Wineburg’s Kool-Aid, “Pleasant Frustration” Follows
- Laying Hands on History
- Should School Suck?
- Textbooks Serve as a Major Obstacle in Cultivating Historical Thinking
- Revising Teaching History with Guidelines versus Instructions
- Domains and “knowing history”
- Gender in the History Discipline