Kas kui hästi tahta, võib iga teema tundlikuks muuta? Eesti õpetajate kogemused tundlike teemadega ajalootunnis

Katrin Kello, Maaris Raudsepp

Abstract


Üks raskusi, millega tuleb õpetajatöös silmitsi seista, on ühiskondlikult tundlik õppesisu. Ajaloos ja muudes ühiskonnaainetes seostub see tihtipeale poliitiliste vastuolude ja valusate ajalookogemustega. Artiklis anname ülevaate tundlike ajalooteemade õpetamise teoreetilistest käsitlustest ning empiirilistest uurimustest nii ajaloodidaktika kui ka sotsiaalpsühholoogia vallas. Andmestik pärineb Eesti õpetajate küsitlusest, mis oli osa rahvusvahelisest koostööprojektist "Ajaloo repre sentatsioonide sotsiaalpsühholoogiline dünaamika laienenud Euroopa Liidus" kümne riigi osalusel. Veebiankeedi täitis 37 õpetajat, neist 13 vene keeles. Kogutud andmete temaatilisest kontentanalüüsist ja mõnel juhul ka statistilisest analüüsist ilmneb, milliseid ajalooteemasid tajuvad Eesti vastajad tundlikuna, mis strateegiaid nad kasutavad nende käsitlemisel, mis eesmärke endale seavad ning millist tuge vajavad.

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ajalooõpetus, õpetaja, tundlikud teemad, identiteet, sotsiaalne mälu, hariduse ühiskondlik-poliitiline kontekst

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