Hard to Remember

Rodden, John
January 1996
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jan1996, Issue 59, p9
Focuses on the testimonies of Frau Baerbek Hintze, a history teacher at the Schiller Gymnasium in Germany, on the absence of critical thinking in classroom discussions. Difficulties of Hintze in teaching the ideologies of author Bertolt Brecht expressed in his book "Life of Galileo"; Political influences of Hintze; Role of history in the political inclinations of teachers.


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