The International Journal Volume 12, Number 1


By HA & University of Cumbria, published 18th February 2014

Volume 12.1



Ethical Values and History: a mutual relationship?

Niklas Ammert, Linnaeus University (Kalmar)



Teaching History Using Feature Films: practitioner acuity and cognitive neuroscientific validation

Debra Donnelly, University of Newcastle



The Difficult Relationship Between the History of the Present and School History in Greece: cinema as a ‘deus ex machina'. Results arising from research with students

George Kokkinos, University of the Aegean (Rhodes, Greece) Panayotis Kimourtzis, University of the Aegean (Rhodes, Greece) Elli Lemonidou, University of Patras (Patras, Greece) Panayotis Gatsotis, University of the Aegean (Rhodes, Greece) Petros Trantas, University of the Aegean (Rhodes, Greece)


United States of America

Social Studies Use of Film: a research study

William B. Russell III, Joshua Kenna and Cyndi Mottola Poole, University of Central Florida (Orlando)



The Role of Visual Tools in the Process of Teaching and Learning History: an analysis of Croatian Humanistic Secondary school Text Books

Rona Bušljeta, University of Zagreb



The Image of the Arabs in Hungarian History Textbooks and History Teaching

Csaba Fazekas, University of Miskolc



Eurocentric History in Spanish Textbooks

Manuel Pousa, Instituto de Educación Secundaria les (IES) de Mugardos (A Coruña) and Ramón López Facal, University of Santiago de Compostela



Challenging Students' Ideas on Historical Evidence by Using Heritage Remains in Field Activities

Helena Pinto, CIEd (Centro de Investigação em Educação [Centre for Research in Education]), University of Minho (Braga)



Portuguese Primary School Pupils' Ideas about Historical Evidence using Old Newspapers as Sources

Glória Solé, University of Minho (Braga)


The Netherlands

Discussing Historical Significance in the Class room: ‘But why is this so important?'

Jannet van Drie, Carla van Boxtel and Brenda Stam, Research Institute of Child Education, University of Amsterdam


United States of America

The Dilemma of a Divided City: students' solutions towards the Berlin debate

Jeffrey M. Byford, University of Memphis Brian K. Horn, Colorado Mesa University (Grand Junction)


United Kingdom (England)

A Critical Comparison of the 2013 draft English Curriculum with Current High School Practice

Joe Smith, Edge Hill University (Ormskirk)

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