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Reyniers, Nele; Verstraete, Pieter; Van Ruyskensvelde, Sarah; Kelchtermans, Geert – Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 2018
Following recent studies that have mapped history of education research practices, this article aims to map contemporary history of education teaching practices. Drawing on data from interviews with history of education university lecturers and a global digital survey, we explore the rationale behind teaching practices and teaching beliefs in…
Descriptors: Educational History, History Instruction, Educational Practices, Teacher Attitudes
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Van Ruyskensvelde, Sarah; Hulstaert, Karen; Depaepe, Marc – Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 2017
An analysis of the history of primary education in Belgium by Depaepe et al. in 2000 has demonstrated how the idea of "order" structured classroom reality in the course of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. This "order" is not only visible in the internal organisation of schooling (e.g. division into year classes, a…
Descriptors: Foreign Policy, Foreign Countries, Educational History, Grammar
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Van Ruyskensvelde, Sarah – Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 2014
In the past few years, worries about decreasing jobs or even the possible disappearance of the history of education as a field of study have frequently surfaced. Hence, the question arises as to whether the history of education, as a field of study, has a future--or is it, as many authors have remarked, in danger? This article starts from the idea…
Descriptors: Humanities, Humanities Instruction, Electronic Learning, Educational History
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Van Ruyskensvelde, Sarah – Paedagogica Historica: International Journal of the History of Education, 2013
Power over education and the upcoming generations has always been an important instrument in shaping religious and secular values. As a consequence, control over schools, pupils and teachers was, particularly in periods of war, an important means for bringing about acceptance of the new regime. The aim of this paper is to discuss priest-teachers'…
Descriptors: Memory, Educational Policy, Environmental Education, Foreign Countries