E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 3, Issue 6, 2023

Incorporating the Values of multiculturalism into history teaching in Ugandan society: A case study secondary schools in Jinja City

Author(s): Ssendagire Sinani, Leo Agung, Purwanta H


This paper investigates the incorporation of multicultural values into the teaching of history in Ugandan society. This study used descriptive analytical techniques to collect data from history textbooks, history curricula, journals, and ugandan and other historical literatures. This essay investigates multiculturalism, its implementation in Ugandan schools, the opinions of experts and adversaries on the issue, as well as its limitations. The purpose of this article is to examine Uganda's diversity from a single perspective, focusing on the benefits of multicultural education, the government's role in supporting multiculturalism and diversity, and any challenges Uganda may have in implementing multiculturalism. It also tries to show how variety can be utilised to enhance a nation. The study's findings emphasized the importance of incorporating multicultural ideals. Encourage Ugandan children to respect differences in classrooms, it has also focused on how the administration has attempted to incorporate the value of diversity into Ugandan schools and has further investigated the significance of multiculturalism in Ugandan schools.

Keywords: Education, Multiculturalism, Ethnicity, Value, Ugandan Society

Pages: 856-860

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