Latest articles – practical advice and resources to help history teachers improve classroom performance.
Find out how a research project involving historians and history teachers can help you teach social change in the post-war period. And there’s some free resources to use too.
The Secret Examiner discusses how teachers should rest their students on the structure of the exam paper why it’s a good thing to do.
Why should you bother listening to your students? Neil Bates and Robbie Bowry describe how their students helped to guide and shape some of the department’s lessons and historical enquiries.
How the structure that many history teachers use to support their students written responses, could actually be hindering them. John Hough outlines the issues and offers some clever, practical solutions.
Colleagues Tom Cox and Jake Watts discuss how they tried to use the written work of historians to help deepen their students’ contextual knowledge. The results of their study are most revealing.
Another in our series in which we ask teachers and educationalists to choose the historical place, time or event that they would have liked to have witnessed.
The fourth edition of Practical Histories with contributions from across the spectrum of the history education world.