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Title Information technology and the teaching of history : international perspectives / edited by Allan Martin, Lez Smart, David Yeomans.

Imprint Amsterdam, the Netherlands : Harwood Academic Publishers, 1997.

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 Axe Kansas Collection J Schick  907 In3 1997    ---  Lib Use Only
Description xvii, 250 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series PSU Faculty or Staff Author ; 1967-2017.
Note Schick, PSU Faculty or Staff Author.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 243-247) and index.
Contents Introduction: Perspectives on Teaching History with Information Technology / Allan Martin -- Ch. 1. Future of the Survey Course in American History / James Schick -- Ch. 2. Information Technology in the Curriculum in the UK: Past, Present and Future / Alaric Dickinson -- Ch. 3. History and Computing: The Example of Luxembourg / Jean-Paul Lehners -- Ch. 4. Use of Computers in Portuguese History Curricula / Maria da Conceicao Canavilhas -- Ch. 5. Computing in French Secondary Schools / Daniel Letouzey -- Ch. 6. Use of IT in the Danish History Curriculum / Sten Larsen and Lars Bluhme -- Ch. 7. IT and History: A Whole School Approach / Wayne Birks -- Ch. 8. History and Computing with Sixth Formers / Jane Jenkins -- Ch. 9. Longitudinal Study of the Provision of Information Technology in Ten Schools: Implications for Computers in the History Classroom / David Yeomans -- Ch. 10. History Teacher and the Computer: A Case Study from The Netherlands / A.C.M. Peek, W. Veen and I.V.D. Neut -- Ch. 11. Teaching Strategy and the Management of IT in the History Classroom / Isobel Jenkins -- Ch. 12. Progression in Children's Thinking and Understanding in History / Alaric Dickinson -- Ch. 13. Sturt and Pericles: Two Computer-Based Inquiry Units / Lee Wright -- Ch. 14. Hobbs of Havant: Local History Brought to Life / Nicola Gosling -- Ch. 15. Spanish Armada: The Classroom Use of a Database / David Martin -- Ch. 16. Facilitate and Enhance / Lez Smart -- Ch. 17. Initial Teaching Education and Student Understanding of IT in the History Classroom / Graeme Easdown -- Ch. 18. History CAL at a Turning Point: A Quantum Leap Ahead? New Horizons for History Teaching in the Nineties / Marie-Elise Bitter-Rijpkema -- Ch. 19. Canton, New York: An Interactive Computer Project for the History Classroom / Cornel J. Reinhart, Michael O. Sedore and Isamu Ochiai -- Ch. 20. Recycling History: A CD-ROM Project on the Cheap / Robin McLachlan and John Messing -- Ch. 21. Moving House: A Computer Package Analysing Migration within a 19th Century Urban Area: Glasgow / Peter Hillis -- Ch. 22. Comparison of Three Computer-Assisted Case Studies in Historical Decision-Making / Yta Beetsma -- Ch. 23. Computer-Based Modelling in School History / Mary Webb -- Ch. 24. HiDES in the Sixth Form: Exemplars from the HiDES Project, 1990 / Frank Colson and Neil Thompson -- Ch. 25. Sygap Package: Its Application in the Practice and Teaching of Historical Demography / Alain Bideau and Guy Brunet -- Ch. 26. IT, ET and Beyond: Rethinking How / Allan Martin.
Summary "Information Technology and the Teaching of History shows how information technology is currently contributing to, and bringing about changes in, the way history is taught and learned. The international selection of the contributions shows that these phenomena are not restricted to just one country. The impact of information technology on history curricula is explored in depth in one section of the book, whilst other sections focus on classroom activities and issues, on the development of software for history and on the relevance of current information technology developments. But the question which lies at the heart of it all remains that of how information technology can enhance the teacher's ability to offer situations in which learners can form and develop a real understanding of the nature of historical processes, and the ways in which they can be studied."--BOOK JACKET.
Subject History -- Study and teaching.
History -- Computer-assisted instruction.
History -- Data processing.
History -- Computer-assisted instruction. (OCoLC)fst00958248
History -- Data processing. (OCoLC)fst00958249
History -- Study and teaching. (OCoLC)fst00958303
Added Author Martin, Allan, 1947-
Smart, Lez.
Yeomans, David.
Schick, James B. M., 1940-
ISBN 9057020238 (hardcover)
9789057020230 (hardcover)
9057020246 (softcover)
9789057020247 (softcover)

 
    
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