Confronting the Challenges of Teaching History : Exploring History's Definition, Examining the Social Studies Problem, and Assessing Standardized Testing
Palmer, Erin Michael
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The author uses student teaching experience to address the question of how that experience shapes a teacher’s personal philosophy of education, including what questions comprise an education philosophy, what is the meaning of History and the definition of “Social Studies,” and the issue of assessment.
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