How could “historiography” (how history is written, by whom and why) affect teachers’ interpretations or treatment of these topics? What knowledge and skills do teachers need to promote inquiry into How could “historiography” (how history is written, by whom and why) affect teachers’ interpretations or treatment of these topics?

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How could “historiography” (how history is written, by whom and why) affect teachers’ interpretations or treatment of these topics? What knowledge and skills do teachers need to promote inquiry into How could “historiography” (how history is written, by whom and why) affect teachers’ interpretations or treatment of these topics?
How could “historiography” (how history is written, by whom and why) affect teachers’ interpretations or treatment of these topics? What knowledge and skills do teachers need to promote inquiry intoHow could “historiography” (how history is written, by whom and why) affect teachers’ interpretations or treatment of these topics?
What knowledge and skills do teachers need to promote inquiry into an historical event or period from Indigenous and non-Indigenous perspectives and why is this important?
What strategies, resources and processes can teachers use to help learners understand contestability, as a key aspect of historical literacy, and build respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories?

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