Tim Jenner, Ofsted’s National Lead for History summarises the recently published Research Review and provides you with 10 key findings.
Lou Cash provides a compelling argument as to why it’s important to make the most of the historic environment. Lou offers loads of practical ideas to use on any visit, but focuses on one of the country’s most historic buildings.
Understand the importance of argument and reasoning. Associate Professor of History in Education, Arthur Chapman, provides some practical ideas to help your pupils argue more effectively.
How Peter Frankopan’s The Silk Road inspired a new scheme of work for an Essex comprehensive. Director of Humanities Tom Pattison, discusses the whole process.
Assistant Principal Rachel Ball’s detailed insight into how she has changed her approaches to revision. She provides you with loads of practical take-away ideas to apply to your own classes.
History teacher, Rosie Culkin-Smith, espouses the joys of the visualiser. She explains how it can be an effective tool to help raise attainment.
In this fascinating article, Elena Stevens explains how to plan a scheme of work on African History C1000 – 1900 using alternative sources. Elena explores a traditionally under taught curriculum area. She provides you with lots of food for thought.
Lindsay Bruce discusses the importance of raising literacy levels. She also offers you a whole host of ideas to improve your practice.
From Bubbles to Blended Learning – how one history department in the Midlands got teaching back on track after the first coronavirus lockdown.