Teaching and learning History and Geography in the South African classroom

Eeden, ES van , Warnich, P


The first textbook to consider history and geography as interconnected disciplines in the South African education context. Guides readers through developments in the history and geography fields; new focus areas and some refreshed teaching and learning possibilities unlocked by technology. Aimed at educators and prospective educators in the social Sciences; history and geography programmes. Contents include the following: � Teaching controversial issues in history � Decolonising of history in South Africa through local and regional histories � Mapping and maps (including the use of Google maps; GIS and GPS in the Geography classroom) � Education for sustainable development � Teaching and learning possibilities; styles and strategies � Indigenous knowledge systems and Africanisation � Fieldwork excursions � Classroom-based performance assessment

R 643.51
17.96 mb
Van Schaik Publishers
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