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  • ISBN: 978-1-9991413-3-2
  • Pages: 464
  • Publication year: 2020
  • Overview of resource
  • Flyer
  • Online supplement
  • Special themes

    Historical and geographical thinking
    Literacy
    Social responsibility

  • Format

    e-Book

  • Type of resource

    Professional resources

  • Audience

    Teachers

  • Subject area

    Geography
    History
    Politics / Civics / Activism
    Social studies

  • Targeted grade range

    Middle (7-9)
    Post-secondary
    Senior (10-12)

  • Language

    English

Learning to Inquire in History, Geography, and Social Studies: An Anthology for Secondary Teachers

Author(s): Penney Clark (Editor), Roland Case (Editor)
Publisher(s): The Critical Thinking Consortium

$67.99

This edition brings together the work of prominent education scholars and the experiences of highly regarded teachers - the best of the theory and of the practice - in a comprehensive collection. The thirty-one chapters and extensive online supplement present a diversity of perspectives that provide context, insight, and direction for teaching history, geography, and social studies at the secondary level.


This publication is available as an e-Book only.


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—Theodore M. Christou, professor and associate dean, Queen’s University

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—Kumari Beck, associate professor Simon Fraser University

“…a must-have for the social studies teacher. Not only was it invaluable to me as an education student, but I still find myself consulting it on a regular basis years into my career.”

—Gordon von Muehldorfer, social studies teacher, Calgary, Alberta