Slater Stern, Barbara
September 2015
Curriculum & Teaching Dialogue;2015, Vol. 17 Issue 1/2, p3
Academic Journal
The author explores the association between experience and education and investigates the curriculum of place and the stories told and retold. Topics discussed include her review of the book "Controversial History Education in Asian Contexts," her teaching experience and assessment of the diverse points of view that historical events encompass.


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