Current Issues

A source analysis game from the 2021 HTAV Annual Conference, led by Deb Hull, HTAV Executive Officer.



Teaching the Capabilities
Through History
59:1 (2024)

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Teaching History with AI
59:2 (2024)
COMING JULY 2024
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New Thinking on Old Histories
59:3 (2024)
COMING NOVEMBER 2024
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Teaching Primary History
58:1 (2023)

Oral Histories
58:2 (2023)

Rights and Freedoms
58:3 (2023)

Historical Knowledge vs Skills
57:1 (2022)

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Modern History
57:2 (2022)

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Contested Histories
57:3 (2022)

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Women in History
56:1 (2021)

History Assessment
56:2 (2021)

Colonial Histories
56:3 (2021)



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