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Sam Wineburg
Margaret Jacks Professor of Education, and (by courtesy) History, Stanford University. RTs not necessarily endorsements. Views are my own, not those of SHEG.
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Michelle Kessler 13h
"What we have not done, as a community [of historians], is educate the general public about what a fact is, and where our points of contention are."
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Sam Wineburg 16h
Hope the kids won their game, Dani
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Sam Wineburg 17h
Forensic journalism at its finest . Examine every element in this thread & learn how the truth must be defended.
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Sam Wineburg Sep 23
Agreed.
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Sam Wineburg Sep 23
To spark curiosity among those willing to take a deeper dive.
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Sam Wineburg Sep 23
Zinn is often assigned, in parts or whole, in ed schools, social work, ethnic studies, anthro, gender studies, and elsewhere. Sometimes it’s the only history book assigned in these courses. Reputation among historians not great, see
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Sam Wineburg Sep 23
Please note that, as this follow up interview shows, the Slate excerpt was just that, an excerpt.
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Sam Wineburg Sep 23
Replying to @reynolds605 @Slate
The Slate piece is a short overview of a 12,000 chapter with pages and pages of documentation. Judging my argument by reading Slate is like judging a 2 hour movie from its preview
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Sam Wineburg Sep 23
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Sam Wineburg Sep 23
Replying to @LeniDiamond
Aw, thanks.
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Sam Wineburg Sep 23
See my full chapter in
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Sam Wineburg Sep 23
Often in schools of education & ethnic studies. Rarely if ever in depts. of history. In public high schools, rare. At elite private schools, sometimes.
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Marina Amaral Sep 22
How The Ancient City of Rome Was Strikingly Modern
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Sam Wineburg Sep 22
Tell that to granddad!
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Sam Wineburg Sep 21
Think Today's Students Don't Know History? Try Looking at Students 100 Years Ago via .
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Christopher Bobal Sep 19
Can’t wait to read this. Everything else I’ve read by has really made me think about how I teach.
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Jack Schneider Sep 18
A decade ago, urged a room full of doctoral students to reach beyond scholarly journal articles. "Think about where your writing will make an impact," he said.
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Sam Wineburg Sep 18
History humbles us when it acquaints us with our own ignorance.
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