Archivversion von www.historicum.net (Stand: 11/2019)
In der Regel ist die Persistenz der bisherigen URLs gewährleistet.

Nachfolgeportal:
Seit 11/2019 steht das Nachfolgeportal historicum.net – Fachinformationsdienst Geschichts­wissen­schaft unter www.historicum.net bereit. Von 02/2018 bis 10/2019 war es unter beta.historicum.net verfügbar.
FID-Logo
historicum.net: Classroom Teaching

Classroom Teaching

/ historicum.net / Classification / C. Classroom Teaching

Index Didacticorum beta

Research Collaborative Bibliography for History Education /
Geschichtsdidaktik

This tool is being technically revised. Collaborative entries are not possible until further notice. The relaunch is scheduled for June 2019 as part of the Fachinformationsdienst Geschichtswissenschaft.

The I.D. is a bibliographical tool for history education.
The I.D. is a collaborative tool—everyone is welcome to add new releases and tags.
The I.D. is always up to date—if everyone adds at least her/his own recent publications.
The I.D. is international—additions in all languages are appreciated.
The I.D. is quality-oriented. There is an editorial data maintenance.

Permalink
Back to overview

Handelnde zur Zeit der NS-Verbrechen im Geschichtsunterricht themati­sie­ren – virtuelle Impulse für den Conceptual Change nutzen

Journal Article
Handelnde zur Zeit der NS-Verbrechen im Geschichtsunterricht themati­sie­ren – virtuelle Impulse für den Conceptual Change nutzen
Martin Nitsche
Despite heavy efforts by schools, memorial places and different media, research repeatedly replicates that students have problematic imaginations about National Socialism. This Paper argues to seriously deal with these as learning pre-conditions. As an answer to this challenge, different positions of history didactics, conceptual change and neuroscience are reflected. Finally, the results are included in a draft of historical learning unit.
geschichte für heute
10
1
26-39
2017
German
1866-2099
http://www.wochenschau-verlag.de/historisches-lernen-digital-2689.html

Lesezeichen / Weitersagen

Facebook Twitter Google+ Xing LinkedIn Delicious Digg Pinterest E-Mail