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    What’s Feeling Got to Do with It? Decoding Emotional Bottlenecks in the History Classroom.Joan Middendorf, Jolanta Mickutė, Tara Saunders, José Najar, Andrew E. Clark-Huckstep & David Pace - 2015 - Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 14 (2):166-180.
    The understandings and preconceptions students bring into the history classroom can interfere with student learning. Analyses of student and professor interviews in light of emotional bottlenecks revealed two different, though related, student preconceptions: procedural preconceptions about history as a field of study and pre-existing worldviews that link students’ identities to the past. With the Decoding the Disciplines method instructors can capture the students’ narratives early to better anticipate and re-channel resistance, moving students away from emotional snap judgments to more critical (...)
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  2. As Dreams Are Made On: The Probable Worlds of a New Human Mind as Presaged in Quantum Physics, Information Theory, Modal Philosophy, and Literary Myth.David Paul Pace - 1988 - Libra Publishers.
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    Thoughts on History, Tuning and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in the United States.David Pace - 2017 - Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 16 (4):415-419.
    The Tuning Movement and the scholarship of teaching and learning have each had a significant impact on teaching history in higher education in the United States. But the isolation of these initiatives from each other has lessened their potential impact. Interactions between the two might bring together the intellectual exploration of scholarship of teaching and learning and the activist engagement with practical challenges present in the U.S. Tuning Movement. The work of groups, such as the History Learning Project, could facilitate (...)
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