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History Through a Child’s Eye: Pre-service Teachers Making Sense of Children’s Understandings

History Through a Child’s Eye: Pre-service Teachers Making Sense of Children’s Understandings <jats:p>A team of five researchers set out to document pre-service teachers’ experiences interviewing elementary-aged children about social studies topics. Nearly 200 pre-service teachers across three universities participated in this longitudinal study. Collected data include: course readings, syllabi, and pre-service teachers’ <jats:italic>History Through a Child’s Eye</jats:italic> essays. Themes from the data include: pre-service teachers’ understanding of multiple perspectives, integration of digital primary sources, and development of historical evidences based upon evidences.</jats:p> http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Social Studies Research and Practice CrossRef

History Through a Child’s Eye: Pre-service Teachers Making Sense of Children’s Understandings

Social Studies Research and Practice , Volume 9 (3): 1-20 – Nov 1, 2014

History Through a Child’s Eye: Pre-service Teachers Making Sense of Children’s Understandings


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<jats:p>A team of five researchers set out to document pre-service teachers’ experiences interviewing elementary-aged children about social studies topics. Nearly 200 pre-service teachers across three universities participated in this longitudinal study. Collected data include: course readings, syllabi, and pre-service teachers’ <jats:italic>History Through a Child’s Eye</jats:italic> essays. Themes from the data include: pre-service teachers’ understanding of multiple perspectives, integration of digital primary sources, and development of historical evidences based upon evidences.</jats:p>

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1933-5415
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10.1108/ssrp-03-2014-b0001
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Abstract

<jats:p>A team of five researchers set out to document pre-service teachers’ experiences interviewing elementary-aged children about social studies topics. Nearly 200 pre-service teachers across three universities participated in this longitudinal study. Collected data include: course readings, syllabi, and pre-service teachers’ <jats:italic>History Through a Child’s Eye</jats:italic> essays. Themes from the data include: pre-service teachers’ understanding of multiple perspectives, integration of digital primary sources, and development of historical evidences based upon evidences.</jats:p>

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Published: Nov 1, 2014

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