In conversation with Dr. Bonnie Laughlin-Schultz {Pandemic Pedagogy convo 32} Imagining a New ‘We’

By Samantha Cutrara

How do we teach history during COVID- 19? Historian and former social studies teacher Dr. Bonnie Laughlin-Schultz talks about how much she is thinking of historical evidence during this time: what we have and what we’re missing. This has prompted more reflection on whether history is a humanity or social science.
Learn about the Pandemic Pedagogy series on the Imagining a New ‘We’ video series, here: https://www.imagininganewwe.com/videos/pandemic-pedagogy
Watch our conversation on YouTube: https://youtu.be/0ZsOcFbmkWk
Learn more about Bonnie and her work here:https://www.eiu.edu/include12/global/profile.php?id=blaughlinschul
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See all the Pandemic Pedagogy videos at https://www.ImaginingaNewWe.com/videos/pandemic-pedagogy
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Read about the Pandemic Pedagogy series at http://activehistory.ca/2020/04/how-do-we-teach-history-after-this-thoughts-from-the-pandemic-pedagogy-series/
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