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  • ISBN: 978-1-9991413-0-1
  • Pages: 464
  • Publication year: 2020
  • Overview of resource
  • Flyer
  • Online supplement
  • Audience

    Teachers

  • Special themes

    Historical and geographical thinking
    Literacy
    Social responsibility

  • Format

    Print

  • Type of resource

    Professional resources

  • 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

$79.95

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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.


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This resource includes twenty-three chapters and an extensive online supplement to present a diversity of perspectives that provide context, insight, and direction for teaching social studies at the elementary level. Learn more.

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“…comprehensive, well written, and nicely conceptualized… a most useful textbook for teacher education.”

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

“…the most comprehensive, accessible, educative textbook on the subject. My students have consistently called this their favourite text of any course they take.”

—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