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History Teacher Education Facing the Challenges of Professional Development in the 21st Century

International Journal of Research on History Didactics, History Education, and History Culture. Yearbook of the International Society for History Didactics

History Teacher Education Facing the Challenges of Professional Development in the 21st Century

Über das Buch

The leading theme of this year’s issue of the International Journal of Research in History Didactics, History Education and History Culture (JHEC) is history teacher education in the changing world. The picture of initial teacher training in the world is heterogeneous, the existing situation is seldom regarded as satisfactory and, thus, changes are introduced almost instantly. The articles either present existing models of history teachers’ education or focus on its possible evolution on the basis of empirical research of the teacher-trainees. In doing so they present various methodologies of such research. They prove that not only the way of getting the empirical data is important, but also the focus of the analysis of raw material, the questions asked and the model(s) of interpretation used. Regardless of the methods used, the research results show that prospective history teachers represent rather traditional approaches to the past and to teaching history and their vision of the past in many cases seems to be no different from mainstream collective memory (or mythology). It opens broad perspectives for history didactics as an academic discipline.

Inhaltsübersicht

Preface

History Teacher Education Facing the Challenges of Professional Development in in 21st Century

Blažena Gracová and Denisa Labischová: Undergraduate training of history teachers at Czech universities and prospects for future developments

Mare Oja: Development of the history teacher curriculum in Tallinn university: trends and challenges

Monika Vinterek, Debra Donnelly and Robert Thorp: Tell us about your nation’s past: Swedish and Australian preservice history teachers’ conceptualisation of their national history

Heather Sharp, Robert Parkes and Debra Donnelly: Competing discourses of national identity: History teacher education students’ perspectives of the Kokoda and Gallipoli campaigns

Eleni Apostolidou and Gloria Solé: The historical consciousness of students-prospective teachers: Greek and Portuguese aspects in the context of the current economic crisis

Angelos Palikidis, Giorgos Kokkinos, Andreas Andreou and Petros Trantas: War and violence in history teaching: An empirical analysis of future teachers’ perspectives in Greece

Jean Leonard Buhigiro and Johan Wassermann: Revealing professional development needs through drawings: The case of Rwandan history teachers having to teach the genocide against the Tutsi

Forum

Sara Zamir and Roni Reingold: History teaching curricula: Implications of implicit and explicit ethnocentric and multicultural educational policy in Israel

Dennis Röder: A forgotten global history of WWI: Prisoners of war and the role of the International Committee of the Red Cross. Ideas for the history classroom

Robert Thorp and Eleonore Törnqvist: Young children’s historical consciousness: A Swedish case study

Mario Resch and Manfred Seidenfuß: A taxonomic analysis of learning tasks in history lessons: Theoretical foundations and empirical testing

Abstracts

Author’s Index

Call for Papers

Zu den Autoren

Andreas Andreou, PhD, Professor of History and Culture education in the Department of Primary Education, University of Western Macedonia, Greece. Main research interests: history education, local history and museum education, public history

Eleni Apostolidou, lecturer of History Didactis at the Department of Primary School Education of the University of Ioannina; Main research interests: history didactics in primary and secondary education, cognitive psychology, historical consciousness, historical culture, history of historiography, theory of history, public history, museums in teaching history

Jean Leonard Buhigiro, doctoral candidate in History Education at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, lecturer at the University of Rwanda, Rwanda; Main research interests: teaching controversial issues in history and history teaching in a post-conflict society

Debra Donnelly, PhD, senior lecturer School of Education, University of Newcastle, Australia; Main research interests: history education, history pedagogy, historical multi-modal texts and historical understanding, historical consciousness

Blažena Gracová, doc. PhDr., CSc., Associate Professor of History Didactics at the Department of History, Faculty of Arts, University of Ostrava, Czech Republic; Main research interests: history textbooks, empirical research of historical consciousness, current forms of history education, ethnic stereotypes in relation to history teaching

Giorgos Kokkinos, PhD, Professor of History and History Didactics at the Department of Primary Education of Aegean University-Rhodes (Greece); Main research interests: history didactics, history of Holocaust and genocides, history of nazism and fascism, trauma studies, historical justice

Denisa Labischová, doc. PhDr., PhD, Associate Professor of History Didactics at the Pedagogical Faculty, University of Ostrava, Czech Republic; Main research interests: the European dimension in history teaching, visual media in history teaching, historical stereotypes, research of history textbooks, empirical research of historical consciousness

Mare Oja, PhD, lector of didactics at the School of Humanities at Tallinn University. Main research interests: curriculum development, assessment, history of education

Angelos Palikidis, PhD, Assistant Professor of History Didactics at the Department of History & Ethnology of Democritus University of Thrace (Greece); Main research interests: art history in history teaching, museum history education, history textbooks and curricula

Robert Parkes, PhD, Senior Lecturer in Curriculum Studies and Deputy Head of School, Teaching & Learning within the School of Education, University of Newcastle, Australia; Main research interests: historical theory and history education; historical consciousness and contemporary historical cultures; history teacher education; and curriculum history, theory and politics

Roni Reingold, PhD, senior lecturer and chair of Master of Teaching program in Graduate School, Achva Academic College, Israel; Main research interests: Multicultural Education; Teachers' Moral Courage; Teacher Education

Mario Resch, a secondary-school teacher at the Realschule Eberbach and Research Associate at the University of Education Heidelberg; Main research interests: the interdisciplinary research and offspring college EKoL in the areas of professionalization and skills development for teachers of history

Manfred Seidenfuß, PhD, Professor of History Didactics at the Heidelberg University of Education, editor of the series ‘Geschichtsdidaktik in Vergangenheit und Gegenwart’ (with Wolfgang Hasberg). Main research interests: analysis of schoolbooks, professionalization and skills development of history teachers, and the effects of history lessons

Heather Sharp, PhD, lecturer at the University of Newcastle, Australia; Main research interests: historical representations (including historical conflict trauma) in school curriculum, particularly textbooks, and written and visual texts in picture books that deal with conflict

Gloria Solé, Assistant Professor of the Department of Integrated Studies Literacy, Teaching and Supervision at the Institute of Education, University of Minho, (Braga, Portugal); Main research interests: history didactics in primary and secondary education, historical cognition, historical time, historical consciousness, history education, heritage education, textbooks

Robert Thorp, PhD, senior lecturer at Dalarna University and Stockholm University, Sweden; Main research interests: history didactical theory, textbooks and history education.

Eleonore Törnqvist, certified primary school teacher with a long experience of teaching in Swedish primary and secondary school.

Petros Trantas, PhD, expert in empirical research in social science and education; Main research interests: adult education and teachers’ education, quantitative and qualitative research in education

Monika Vinterek, PhD, professor of Educational Work and head of research of Education and learning at Dalarna University, Sweden; Main research interests: general questions of teaching and learning, didactics, history education, history pedagogy

Johan Wassermann, PhD, professor of History Education at the University of Pretoria and honorary professor of History Education at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa; Main research interests: teaching controversial issues in history, youth and history and history school textbook analysis

Sara Zamir, PhD, senior lecturer, Education & Administration, Achva Academic College and Ben Gurion University, Israel; Main research interests: sociology, political socialization, measurement and assessment in education

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