History Education Research Journal

Volume 16, Issue 1
30 April 2019
History Education Research Journal
UCL Press

Table of contents

Mixed methods and triangulation in history education research: Introduction1
How to use mixed-methods and triangulation designs: An introduction to history education research5
The untapped potential of mixed-methods research approaches for German history education research24
Triangulation in history education research, and its limitations: A view from the UK35
Bricolage research in history education as a scholarly mixed-methods design50
Using mixed methods to capture complexity in an empirical project about teachers' beliefs and history education in Austria63
'One has to take leave as much as possible of one's own standards and values': Improving and measuring historical empathy and perspective reconstruction74
Student essays expressing historical thinking: A quantitative and dually qualitative analysis of 1,100 papers for the History Contest of the German President88
The experience of and reflection on triangulation and/or mixed methods, discussing a study on the ideal and reality, use and understanding of history textbooks103
Assessing pre-service history teachers' pedagogical content knowledge with a video survey using open-ended writing assignments and standardized rating items112
Profiles of teaching and learning moments in the history classroom127
Task complexity in history textbooks: A multidisciplinary case study on triangulation in history education research139
Children's understanding of time: A study in a primary history classroom158