Anthologies of Social Studies
Creating Thinking Classrooms
Simply Read and Write
Tools for Critical Inquiry
Quick Guides to Thinking Classrooms
Anthologies of Social Studies
Creating Thinking Classrooms
Simply Read and Write
Tools for Critical Inquiry
Quick Guides to Thinking Classrooms

Teaching Historical Thinking
Revised and expanded edition

This resource focuses on six interrelated concepts central to students' ability to think about history. These core concepts are: historical significance, evidence, continuity and change, cause and consequence, historical perspective and ethical judgment. The nature and importance of each concept is discussed as are the problems associated with helping students understand them. The resource offers specific suggestions for introducing the concepts to students and for applying them throughout the history curriculum.

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Enseigner la pensée historique

Enseigner la pensée historique est axé sur six concepts interdépendants et essentiels à développer la capacité des élèves à réfléchir dans le domaine de l’histoire. Ces concepts de base sont les suivants : l’importance historique, appel aux sources et interpretation, la continuité et le changement, la cause et la consequence, la perspective historique et le jugement éthique.

Teaching Geographical Thinking
Revised and expanded edition

This newly updated resource is organized around six interrelated concepts central to geographical problem-solving: spatial significance, evidence and interpretation, patterns and trends, interrelationships, geographical perspective and ethical judgment. Each concept is discussed and illustrated with examples, questions and criteria to guide the interrogation and assessment of geographic problems.

Enseigner la pensée géographique

Faire participer les élèves dans la pensée géographique grâce à la pensée critique en utilisant un cadre solide de concepts, d’exemples, de questions et de critères interdépendants.

Teaching Archaeological Thinking

This resource focuses on six interrelated concepts central to students’ ability to think critically about archaeology. These core concepts are: archaeological significance, similarity and difference, evidence and interpretation, cause and consequence, archaeological perspective and value judgment.