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History students voice their thinking: An opening for professional conversations

Philippa Hunter and Bruce Farthing

This article explores what a group of Years 11 and 13 students think about history, how they talk about it and what they are interested in studying. It suggests that being aware of student interests and considering how the key competencies relate to history as a subject could open the way for professional conversations about different ways to approach teaching history in high school.

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