Latest articles – practical advice and resources to help history teachers improve classroom performance.
Dr Ian Luff explains how and why history teachers should widen their pedagogical repertoire and occasional engage in practical demonstration.
Many agree with the need to diversify the curriculum but how should it be done? Elena Stevens introduces you to her ground-breaking new approach.
The National Portrait Gallery has recently overhauled its online offer. Eleanor Hilton explains the process the gallery went through AND provides loads of examples that you can access.
Sarah Jackson Buckley explains how to embed substantive concepts across your curriculum. Sarah also provides loads of examples for you to use.
Sean Ingram shares how his passion for historical fiction has helped to enhance his curriculum – and encourage reading.
Helpful hints on what to expect on your journey to becoming a qualified history teacher from SCITT Secondary Lead and History Tutor Gary Craggs.
Jonty Leese casts his well-informed, critical and candid eye over all things AI, and unpicks some of the implications – and opportunities – for History teachers and students.
Claire Hollis on making the A level curriculum more representative. Claire explains the barriers she faced and offers clear solutions to help you to provide a more representative curriculum .
The fifth edition of Practical Histories with contributions from across the spectrum of the history education world.