Best practices for inquiry-based history lessons

National Board-certified teacher Stephen Lazar offers suggestions for teaching history through inquiry to ensure that students can comprehend cultural information to pass tests and to participate in a democracy. Educators should ask questions that can be answered only with facts, teach students to evaluate evidence from primary documents, and use inquiry to evaluate the myths prevalent throughout history, Lazar writes.

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