1996．第24卷第1期（Vol. 24 No. 1）．pp. 111129
The Lore of Teacher Education, the Voices of History Education
Alison Sau-Chu YEUNG（楊秀珠）
This paper tells the story of a historian-teacher educator who sees meanings and fluidity of the connections between academic history and school history. This story is about how the notion of "history in the making" became part of the lived experience of history teachers during the course of teacher education. The term "lore" is used because the author believes that the long tradition of acquiring knowledge from experience and its context should be respected. The concept of voice is employed for the articulation of the story because the author believes that history teachers and pupils alike should not be passive and voiceless subjects.