Yesterday & Today: Latest Edition

The latest edition of Yesterday & Today (No. 24, December 2020) “Teaching and learning
of history under COVID19 conditions,”
can be downloaded here.

You will find the following in this edition:

  • Rosa Cabecinhas & Martins Mapera
    Decolonising images? The liberation script in Mozambican history textbooks
  • Jean Leonard Buhigiro
    Understanding the complexity of teaching the genocide against the Tutsi through a career life story
  • Karel Van Nieuwenhuyse
    Synchronous interactive live lectures versus asynchronous individual online modules. A comparative analysis of students’perceptions and performances
  • BM Bennett, GA Barton, S Hifazat, B Tsuwane & LM Kruger
    Sustaining the University of Johannesburg and Western Sydney University partnership in the time of COVID: A qualitative case study
  • Leevina M Iyer
    A self-study of pedagogical experiences in History Education at a university during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Sarah Godsell
    Teaching History teachers during COVID-19: Charting poems, pathways and agency
  • Mbusiseni Celimpilo Dube
    Online learning challenges postgraduate certificate in education History students faced during COVID-19 at the University of Zululand
  • M Noor Davids
    Teaching historical pandemics, using Bernstein’s pedagogical device as framework
  • Rob Siebörger & Barry Firth
    Teaching about dying and death: The 1918 flu epidemic in South Africa
  • Bronwyn Strydom
    Two pandemics, one hundred years and the University of Pretoria: A brief comparison
  • Tarryn Halsall
    A new History Education lecturer’s university experiences during COVID-19: A personal reflection
  • Kirstin Kukard
    Creating a collaborative learning environment online and in a blended history environment during COVID-19
  • L Nasson
    Stop thinking about tomorrow: Even in the era of COVID-19 History is teaching past and present. Reflections on teaching History during COVID-19
    Marjorie Ann Brown
    Teaching and learning History in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic: Reflections of a senior school history teacher
  • Nonhlanhla CM Skosana
    Teaching and learning history in the time of the coronavirus pandemic
  • Rejoice K Dlamini
    A reflection on History Education in higher education in Eswatini during COVID-19
  • Ackson M Kanduza
    In the moment of making History: The case of COVID-19 in Zambia
  • Aasif Bulbulia et al.
    Decolonial History teachers’ charter: A praxis guide