The International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research [IJHLTR] was founded to provide an international medium for reporting on History Education.
Articles in the edition:
Erinc Erdal and Ruken Akar Vural Teaching History through Drama: the ‘Armenian Deportation'
Terry Haydn and Richard Harris Children's ideas about what it means ‘to get better' at History: a view from the United Kingdom
Alan Hodkinson To date or not to date, that is the question: a critical examination of the employment of subjective time phrases in the teaching and learning of primary history
Alan Hodkinson Are boys really better than girls at History? A critical examination of gender-related attainment differentials within the English educational system
Giorgos Kokkinos, Panagiotis Gatsotis, Vassiliki Sakka and Charalabos Kourgiantakis World History In Greek primary and secondary education
Alan McCully and Alison Montgomery Knowledge, skills and dispositions: educating history teachers in a divided society
Alison Messer For us it was very much made our own: how beginning teachers develop collaborative creativity online
Robert Parkes Teaching History as historiography: engaging narrative diversity in the curriculum
William B Russell III and Jeffrey Byford Fostering discussion through case studies in the history classroom: a case study of high school students
Carla van Boxtel and Jannet van Drie Enhancing historical reasoning: a key topic in dutch History education