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Akbaba, B. (2009). Photograph usage in history education. The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology 8 (3), 39-47. Download pdf

Bain, R.B. (1999). 'They Thought the World Was Flat?' Applying the principles of How People Learn in teaching high school history. In: J. Bransford, S. Donovan (eds.). How Students Learn History, Mathematics and Science in the Classroom . Washington (DC): National Academies Press. pp 179-214. Download pdf

Chapman, A. (2003). Camels, diamonds and counterfactuals: a model for teaching causal reasoning. Teaching History 112 , 46-53. Download pdf

Coffin, C. (2006). Historical Discourse. The Language of Time, Cause and Evaluation. London (etc.): Continuum. Download pdf

De Oliveira, L.C. (2011). Knowing and Writing School History. The language of students' expository writing and teachers' expectations . Charlotte NC: Information Age Publishers. Download pdf

Drake Brown, S., Swope, J. (2010). Using image analysis to build reading comprehension. Canadian Social Studies 43 (1). Download pdf

Dutt-Doner, K.M., Cook-Cottone, C., Allen, S. (2007). Improving classroom instruction: understanding the developmental nature of analyzing primary sources. Research in Middle Level Education 30 (6). Download pdf

Fehn, B. (2007). Composing visual history: using powerpoint slides to explore historical narrative. International Journal of Social Education 22 (1), 43-67. Download pdf

Grant, S.G. (1997). On Subject-Specific Pedagogy: Two Teachers, Two Pedagogical Approaches . Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Council for the Social Studies, Cincinnati (OH), November 1997. Download pdf

Grever, M., Pelzer, B., Haydn, T. (2011): High school students' views on history. Journal of Curriculum Studies , 43(2), 207-229. Download pdf

Haenen, J., Schrijnemakers, H., Stufkes J., (2003). Sociocultural theory and the practice of teaching historical concepts. In: A . Kozulin, B. Gindis, V.S. Ageyev & S.M. Miller (Eds.), Vygotsky's Educational Theory in Cultural Context. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 246-266. Download pdf

Halldén, O. (1994). On the paradox of understanding history in an educational setting. In: Leinhardt, Beck, Stainton (eds.), Teaching and Learning in History . Hove / Hillsdale: Lawrence Erlbaum. pp. 27-46. Download pdf

Halldén, O. (1998). Personalization in historical descriptions and explanations. Learning and Instruction 8 (2), 131-139 . Download pdf

Harris, R., Haydn, T. (2006). Pupils' enjoyment of history; what lessons can teachers learn from their pupils ? Curriculum Journal , 17(4), 315-333. Download pdf

Haydn, T., Harris, R. (2010). Pupil perspectives on the purposes and benefits of studying history in high school: a view from the UK. Journal of Curriculum Studies , 42(2), 241-261. Download pdf

Hernández-Ramos, P., De La Paz, S. (2009). Learning history in middle school by designing multimedia in a project-based learning experience. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 42 (2), 151-173. Download pdf

Kingsley, K.V., Boone, R. (2008). Effects of multimedia software on achievement of middle school students in an American History class. Journal of Research on Technology in Education , 41 (2), 203-221. Download pdf

Kuukkanen, J.M. (2008). Making Sense of Conceptual Change. History & Theory 47(3), 351-373. Download pdf

Lee, P., Shemilt, D. (2009). Is any explanation better than none? Teaching History 137, 42-49. Download pdf

Lemisko, L. (2010). The inside out: Diaries as entry points to historical perspective-taking. Canadian Social Studies 44(1). Download pdf

McAleavy, T. (2000). Teaching about interpretations. In: Arthur, J., Phillips, R. (eds.), Issues in History Teaching , London / New York: RoutledgeFalmer. pp . 72-82. Download pdf

McKeown, M.G., Beck, I.L. (1994). Making sense of accounts of history: why young students don't and how they might. In: G. Leinhardt, I.L. Beck & C. Stainton (eds.). Teaching and Learning in History . Hillsdale / Hove: Lawrence Erlbaum. pp. 1-26. Download pdf

Monte-Sano, C. (2008). The intersection of reading, writing, and thinking in a high school history classroom: a case of wise practice . Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association in New York on March 25, 2008. University of Maryland Download pdf

O'Neill, K., Sohbat, E. (2004). How high schoolers account for different accounts: developing a practical classroom measure of thinking about historical evidence and methodology . Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April 2004,San Diego, CA. Download pdf

Perfetti A.C., Britt, A., Rouet, J., Georgi, M.C., Mason, R. (1994). How students use texts to learn and reason about historical uncertainty. In: M. Carretero & J. F. Voss (Eds.), Cognitive and Instructional Processes in History and the Social Sciences . Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. pp. 257-283. Download pdf

Romanowski, M.H. (1997). Teachers' lives and beliefs: influences that shape the U.S. history curriculum. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Chicago (IL), April 1997. Download pdf

Silver, D., Hansen, M., Herman, J., Silk, Y., Greenleaf, C.L. (2011). IES integrated learning assessment final report (CRESST Report 788). Los Angeles, CA: University of California, National Center of Research on Evaluation, Standards and Student Testing (CRESST). Download pdf

Staley, D.J. (2007). A heuristic for visual thinking in history. International Journal of Social Education 22, 24-42. Download pdf

Stuart, K. (2010). A Study of the Relationship Between Historical Analysis and Student Achievement in Eight Grade American History. Online submission ERIC , 4 mei 2010. Download pdf

Tally, B., Goldenberg, L.B. (2005). Fostering historical thinking with digitized primary sources. Journal of Research on Technology in Education 38 (1), 1-21. Download pdf

Twyman, T., McCleery, J., Tyndal, G. (2006). Using concepts to frame history. The Journal of Experimental Education 74 (4), 331-349. Download pdf

Van Boxtel, C. (1995). De complexiteit van begripsontwikkeling. Kleio 36 (2 ), 11-15. Download pdf

Van Boxtel, C., Van Drie, J. (2003). Developing conceptual understanding through talk and mapping. Teaching History, 110 , 27-32. Download pdf

VanSledright, B.A., Kelly, C. (1996). Reading American History: How do multiple text sources influence historical learning in fifth grade? (Reading Research Report no. 68). Athens (GA): National Reading Research Center. Download pdf

Wiersma, A. (2008). A study of the teaching methods of high school history teachers. The Social Studies 99 (3), 111-116. Download pdf

Wiley, J. & Voss, J. F. (1999). Constructing arguments from multiple sources: Tasks that promote understanding and not just memory for text. Journal of Educational Psychology, 2(91), 301-311. Download pdf

Wineburg, S.S. (1991). On the reading of historical texts: notes on the breach between school and academy. American Educational Research Journal, 28 (3), 495-519. Download pdf

Yarema, A. (2002). A decade of debate: improving content and interest in history education? History Teacher, 35 (3), 389-398. Download pdf

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