Benchmarks of Historical Thinking | External Programs and Learning Technologies | UBC

May 20, 2011 at 7:52 pm Leave a comment

Benchmarks of Historical Thinking | External Programs and Learning Technologies | UBC.

The 2011 Summer Institute, open to applicants across Canada, provides an immersion experience for:

  • History curriculum leaders,
  • History teachers,
  • Educators in history museums and historic sites.

Benchmarks of Historical Thinking will provide the methodological core of the institute’s work on curriculum, lesson, and exhibit design and development. The “Benchmarks” approach opens up the interpretive nature of history by making explicit and central such fundamental concepts as “primary source evidence,” “historical significance,” and “continuity and change.”

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