International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

Materials, Student’s Work and Her Traces in Teaching History of Spain: a Case Study
NicolásMartínez-Valcárcel, Martha Ortega-Roldán, Ramón García-Marín, Rosana Pasquale, Graciela Carbone, Edilson Aparecido Chaves

The evidence of the students’ learning achieved in the subject of History of Spain is recorded in the tests they take, but also in the preparation of the themes, comments of the text and in the following processes. In this work we delve, through a case study, into the significance of the teacher’s aids provided on-line and off-line. The participant’s work is recorded with the traces she leaves in the documents she develops; their analysis and interpretation permitted a better understanding of the processes followed in teaching History of Spain and identify other learning taking place at the same time as the academic. The analysis of the latter, specified in the emotions and in the planning of a talk on a topic in the curriculum, it has revealed another world of learning that cango unnoticed.

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