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Learning to Open Up History for Students: Preservice Teachers’ Emerging Pedagogical Content Knowledge
This article investigates the ways in which novices construct tasks that demand students’ interpretive and evidence-based thinking in history. This article also examines novices’ capacity to attend to and create space for their students’ interpretive and evidence-based thinking when taught to do so in their methods coursework. The author focuses on three case studies of preservice history teachers. By the end of the year, only one student emphasized both interpretive and evidence-based thinking, while the second student emphasized interpretive thinking, and the third student emphasized neither.
Updated: Nov. 20, 2013