Creating a Museum: How Students can Transform Ideas about the Past

By Malcolm Philip Jamieson Hay.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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A description of a unit of secondary History that involved students creating a museum exhibition for the local museum, illustrating elements of past cultures.

Keywords: History Teaching

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, pp.1-6. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.790MB).

Malcolm Philip Jamieson Hay

I have been a teacher of History, English and Film and Television in Quensland for 22 years. Currently I am also enrolled in a PhD in History at ANU. i have a strong interest in the transformative potential of education and use critical education theroy to ground my teaching.My teaching often foregrounds the ways in which marginalised groups are represented in texts and are perceived by dominant groups. I have presented a paper at BERA 2004 on transformative teaching and have had a co-authored paper published in Education and Society. When I am not teaching I am palnning my next trip to somewhere in the world.


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