- develop the ability to use the 'concepts of disciplinary thinking" to investigate issues, events, and developments;
- develop the ability to determine and apply appropriate criteria to evaluate information and evidence to make judgement;
- develop skills and personal attributes that are needed for discipline-specific inquiry and that can be transferred to other areas of life;
- build collaborative and cooperative working relationships;
- use appropriate technology as a tool to help them gather and analyse information, solve problems, and communicate. (p. 6 - New Revised Social Studies, History and Geography)
How do educators help students achieve these goals in SSHG?