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Teaching towards historical expertise : Developing students’ ability to reason causally in history

@inproceedings{Stoel2017TeachingTH,
  title={Teaching towards historical expertise : Developing students’ ability to reason causally in history},
  author={Gerhard Stoel},
  year={2017}
}
Explaining historical events is an important goal in history education, but not much is known about pedagogical approaches to support this reasoning. In this dissertation, we therefore developed and investigated a learning-environment intended to foster students’ ability for causal historical reasoning. Based on the model of domain learning and the framework of historical reasoning, we defined causal historical reasoning as a construct consisting of (knowledge of) second-order concepts, causal… 
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