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Title: Ask the experts: is there an engaging way to teach history to today's students?
Authors: Sandwell, Ruth
Keywords: history education
mystery websites
Canadian history
evidence
primary documents
Issue Date: May-2004
Publisher: Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto
Series/Report no.: Ask the Experts;
Abstract: Is there an engaging way to teach history to today's students? Yes, but instructors need to inverse traditional logic and begin by supplying students with the raw evidence so that they may come to their own conclusions. Instead of telling students what happened in the past, invite them to become detective historians.
Description: Video series produced by the Education Commons, OISE/UT
URI: http://aries.oise.utoronto.ca/experts/may2004/rsandwell300.mov
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