Teaching Historical Contextualization: The Construction of an Observational Instrument

Tim Huijgen, Wim van de Grift, Carla van Boxtel, Paul Holthuis

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Samenvatting

This study chronicles the development an observational instrument to assess teacher competencies in stimulating historical contextualization. Based on previous historical contextualization research, we extracted observable items related to the development of historical contextualization in classrooms. Using generalizability theory, the optimal number of observed lessons and raters will be calculated to further confirm the instruments' validity and reliability and refine its use in our observational system.
Originele taal-2English
StatusPublished - apr-2015
EvenementAERA 2015 Annual Meeting: "Toward Justice: Culture, Language, and Heritage in Education Research and Praxis" - Chicago, IL, United States
Duur: 16-apr-201520-apr-2015

Conference

ConferenceAERA 2015 Annual Meeting
Land/RegioUnited States
StadChicago, IL
Periode16/04/201520/04/2015

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