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Feuerstein and History teaching


Nick Dennis
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After coming across his work in my PGCE, I eagerly watched a documentary on Reuven Feuerstein on Teacher's TV yesterday.

I wondered if anybody has used his work in relation to history teaching? I know it has influenced the teaching of thinking skills, but do not know if it can be used to teach historical skills. Would such a move diminish the power of these techniques?

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After coming across his work in my PGCE, I eagerly watched a documentary on Reuven Feuerstein on Teacher's TV yesterday.

I wondered if anybody has used his work in relation to history teaching? I know it has influenced the teaching of thinking skills, but do not know if it can be used to teach historical skills. Would such a move diminish the power of these techniques?

I believe that a radical reading of Feuerbach rather than Feuerstein may offer greater enlightenment regarding the alienated labour of the state employed history teacher :lol:

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