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Yesterday and Today

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SKOSANA, Nonhlanhla CM. Teaching and learning history in the time of the coronavirus pandemic. Y&T [online]. 2020, n.24, pp.239-246. ISSN 2309-9003.

This is an academic yet personal and subjective piece written to analyse and reflect upon personal experiences with regard to the teaching and learning of history under the coronavirus pandemic. Throughout this paper, I delve into my professional and personal experiences within different contexts, namely that of teaching history at a high school in a township called Soshanguve, and that of learning history as one of my modules in a postgraduate programme that I undertook at the University of Pretoria before and during the outbreak of COVID-19.

Keywords : Teaching; Learning; History; School; Outbreak; Pandemic; COVID-19; Time; Education; Experience; Lockdown; Reality; Curriculum.

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