Alex Fairlamb delves back into the TH archives and is inspired by Gary Howells' work on the causes of World War One - part two.
Alex Fairlamb delves back into the TH archives and is inspired by Gary Howells' work on the causes of World War One - part one.
Thanks to Guy Bowles, Head of History and Stephen Perrin, (Acting) Assistant Head, from Upton Court Grammar School in Slough (@UcgsHistory) for this blogpost. Lots of colleagues are wrestling with effective ways to implement intended learning and student oracy remains a key focus. Guy and Stephen share with us how they are using decision making... Continue Reading →
Ruth Lingard and Helen Snelson have been leading York area teachers and University of York PGCE trainees to deepen their knowledge of stories from the past that are too often absent from the history classroom. Here they offer the 'slot-ins' made so far as a way to help history teachers make the history curriclum more... Continue Reading →
Here at the Historical Association we are very excited to announce the launch of a new regular feature to the secondary journal 'Teaching History'. 'What's the Wisdom On' will join the other popular series, such as 'New, Novice and Nervous' and 'Polychronicon'. It's purpose is to provide new(-ish) history teachers with a short guide to... Continue Reading →