How history teachers can improve nationalism

he history of the Philippines, particularly the chapter on World War II, is being taken out of the archives, dusted off and made alive and more personal to motivate and inspire those who have to teach it.

As told by University of the Philippines Diliman professor Ricardo Jose in his seminars for high school and college history teachers, the war tales are tragic, poignant, awe-inspiring and occasionally hilarious.

The Philippine Veterans Bank (PVB) enlisted the UP history professor’s help in conducting a series of seminars to help improve the history teachers’ skills and give them a better appreciation of the subject they are handling through often little-known stories about the war.

Lack of books and detailed historical accounts, no videos and IT Technology are common problems why Filipino children do not know about Philippines History. Our history were tough in broad topics that surely you will not appreciate it.

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