Experiencing teaching history during Work Integrated Learning (WIL) / Teaching Practice during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Authors

  • Mckinley Storm Reekie University of Pretoria
  • Nondumiso Ngcobo University of KwaZulu-Natal
  • Zintle Dlungwana University of KwaZulu-Natal
  • Palesa Nqana Sol Plaatje University
  • Dylan Muller Sol Plaatje University
  • Mlindi Manqina University of Johannesburg
  • Thulo Atang National University of Lesotho
  • Rasoeu Rakoae National University of Lesotho

Abstract

One aspect of history education that was radically impacted on by COVID-19 was the annual WIL/Teaching Practice undertakings by pre-service history teachers. In this, the July 2021 edition, we have tried to capture some of the experiences of pre-service history teachers related to this key aspect of their professional development. This was done by means of a series of short autoethnographic-like pieces in which prospective history teachers of six southern African universities have shared their experiences.

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Published

2021-06-30

How to Cite

Reekie, M. S., Ngcobo, N., Dlungwana, Z., Nqana, P., Muller, D., Manqina, M., Atang, T., & Rakoae, R. (2021). Experiencing teaching history during Work Integrated Learning (WIL) / Teaching Practice during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Yesterday &Amp; Today Journal for History Education in South Africa and Abroad, 25. Retrieved from https://upjournals.up.ac.za/index.php/yesterday_and_today/article/view/3606

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