Teaching History, Geography and SOSE in the Primary School
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Table of ContentsIntroduction 1. History, Geography and SOSE in an Australian National Curriculum2. Good Pedagogy3. Inquiry Learning4. Values 5. Citizenship Education6. History Education7. Geography and Education for Sustainable Development8. Cultures Education9. Resources Education 10. Integrating History, Geography and SOSE11. ICT and History, Geography and SOSE 12. Assessment Children's Literature of Value in History, Geography and SOSEBibliography Index
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 272
Published: 29th February 2012
Publisher: Oxford University Press Australia
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 27.6 x 21.1 x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.848
Edition Number: 2
This product is categorised byChildren & Teenagers / Young Adults (YA) » Educational Material » Geography Educational Material
Children & Teenagers / Young Adults (YA) » Educational Material » History Educational Material
Non-Fiction » Earth Sciences & Environment » Geography
Non-Fiction » Earth Sciences & Environment » The Environment » Social Impact of Environmental Issues
Non-Fiction » Education » Schools » Primary & High Schools
Non-Fiction » Education » Teaching of a Specific Subject
Non-Fiction » History » General & World History
Non-Fiction » History » Regional & National History » Australasian & Pacific History
Non-Fiction » History » Specific Events & Topics in History » Historical Geography
Text Books » Higher Education & Vocational Textbooks » Education
Teach History, Geography and SOSE with the latest teaching techniques and practical strategies. This new edition includes all current developments to the Australian Curriculum, illustrating how this change can be incorporated into the classroom by linking present theories and pedagogies with future practices in a critical manner. This book shows students: How to apply theories of best practice to real classroom scenarios, through case studies, critical evaluation questions and teachers' real-life experiences. How to adapt good teaching practices to suit different age groups from primary through to the middle years of schooling Why teaching subjects such as Aboriginal studies, civics and values equip children with the knowledge they need to engage with the world in which they live New to this edition: Each chapter now incorporates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Asian, and sustainability Perspectives, and how to include these in the classroom Includes further practical planning ideas and updated research and resources. History and Geography now included in line with the Australian Curriculum. Teaching History, Geography and SOSE is also available as an e-book.
About the Author
Ruth Reynolds: Senior Lecturer HSIE Education, Program Convenor M.Teach ( Primary), and Chair of Primary Programs , The University of Newcastle. and Former President and Executive member Social Education Association of Australia.