Reading, Writing and Walking: Student Projects Linking Primary Documents, Classroom Learning, and Historical Sites
History & Philosophy
Describes a project for a history survey course where students visit a historic site and write an essay that identifies a broad theme in history relating the site to the theme; the students must also reflect upon their own learning process. Discusses the merits of the project providing student responses.
Reeve, Kay. (2000). Reading, writing and walking: Student projects linking primary documents, classroom learning, and historical sites. Teaching History, 25(1), pp. 15-24.