Hillis, Peter and Calderhead, Drew (2009) Harnessing authentic learning and multimedia in History education. In: International Society for Technology in Education, 2009-06-01, Washington DC.
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The momentum gathering behind authentic learning/critical skills raises fundamental issues concerning teaching and learning. This article discusses some of the more general arguments surrounding authentic learning with particular reference to an in-depth evaluation of its impact on schools in one part of Great Britain. It then moves on to describe how this approach to teaching and learning influenced the design of a multimedia CD-ROM examining attitudes and policies towards poverty in the nineteenth century Glasgow. The article concludes by arguing that authentic learning and multimedia together create a powerful medium for learning by mirroring the methodology and sources used by historians.
|Item type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)|
|Keywords:||history, enquiry, authentic, learning, multimedia, Barnhill, Scottish education, Scottish history, Electronic information resources, Scotland, Education (General)|
|Subjects:||Bibliography. Library Science. Information Resources > Information resources > Electronic information resources|
History > Great Britain > Scotland
Education > Education (General)
|Department:||Faculty of Humanities And Social Sciences > Education|
Professional Services > Information Services Directorate
|Depositing user:||Professor Peter Hillis|
|Date Deposited:||28 Aug 2009 15:53|
|Last modified:||06 Oct 2012 08:13|
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