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McAndrews, Lawrence J. – History Teacher, 1991
Describes three methods of active learning for an undergraduate history class: (1) debates over differing historical interpretations; (2) demonstrations of change and continuity between past and present in an historical issue; and (3) simulations of real or imaginary events. Includes instructions, evaluation information, and a course description.…
Descriptors: Course Content, Debate, Demonstrations (Educational), Experiential Learning
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History Teacher, 1987
Delineates the American Historical Association's statement on Standards of Professional Conduct. Discusses the principles involved in scholarship, teaching, public service, employment, and the implementation of standards by historians. (GEA)
Descriptors: Codes of Ethics, Ethics, History, Professional Associations
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Greenleaf, Floyd; And Others – History Teacher, 1986
Reviews eight textbooks, readers, and books. Topics include Latin America, colonial America, the Carolinians, women in French textbooks, the Vikings, the Soviet Union, nineteenth-century Black America, and Ernest Rutherford. (TRS)
Descriptors: Ancient History, Black History, Black Studies, Book Reviews
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Balsamo, Larry T. – History Teacher, 1991
Discusses the state of Germany's armed forces in World War II. Describes Germany's progress from inferior weaponry and unprepared military at the beginning of the war to superior weapons and fighting. Stresses heavy German dependence on horse drawn supply. Credits Germany's defeat to human attrition accelerated by Hitler's operational leadership.…
Descriptors: Armed Forces, European History, Flight Training, Foreign Countries