A történelmi interpretáció fogalmának tanítása

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A történelemtanítás és -tanulás eredményessége nagyrészt azon múlik, hogy a diákok képesek lesznek-e a múlt, a történelem és a történelmi interpretáció fogalmát helyesen értelmezni, helyes kép alakul-e ki bennük a múltban történtek és az azokról készült interpretációk viszonyáról. Ennek fontos feltétele, hogy a történelemtanárok maguk is megértsék e probléma összetettségét, és képesek legyenek reflektív módon is megközelíteni a történelemórákon bemutatott ismereteket, következtetéseket és értékeléseket.

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Kojanitz, L. (2021). A történelmi interpretáció fogalmának tanítása. Iskolakultúra, 31(5), 41-54. https://doi.org/10.14232/ISKKULT.2021.05.41
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