Didattica delle discipline nella storia dell'educazione. Fonti e metodologia

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Abstract

To study school subjects text-books are an important source, which may be studied with different methodologies: quantitative, qualitative, and also new digital technologies. The study of school printing houses is also relevant, as well as the investigation into teacher training and teacher magazines and associations, that promoted cultural ad didactic updating. The history of school subjects teaching is in fact linked with the history of teachers and teacher magazines and associations. Another relevant source is that of teaching tools. Lastly, school-exercise books, text produced by pupils, teachers and pupils’ diaries, class registers, exams are relevant sources that allow to reconstruct how a school subject was really taught by teachers.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCreating links in education. Teacher's and their associations as promoters of pedagogic development (historical and museum aspects)
Pages62-63
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 2013
Event15th International Symposium on School Life and School History Museums & Collections.Creating links in education. Teachers and their associations as promoters of pedagogic development (historical and museum aspects) - Lubiana
Duration: 26 Jun 201329 Jun 2013

Conference

Conference15th International Symposium on School Life and School History Museums & Collections.Creating links in education. Teachers and their associations as promoters of pedagogic development (historical and museum aspects)
CityLubiana
Period26/6/1329/6/13

Keywords

  • History of education
  • history of school subjects

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