What has it been like for a Newly Qualified Teacher to teach GCSE history for the first time, facing the challenges of the Covid-19 lockdowns?
In this feature we ask people to share their favourite ‘Where in History?’ Lindsay Bruce discusses her passion for the 60s. Is her love of the 60s authentic? Who cares?!
Liam Hall, Head of History and member of the senior leadership team at a large comprehensive school in the West Midlands, writes the second of two posts about the power of teacher talk.
Dale Banham explains how historical puzzles and in-depth stories can grab a student’s attention and fire their enthusiasm for the subject.
Ofsted’s former National Lead for History Mike Maddison reveals his tips for exceptional history teaching.
Liam Hall, Head of History and member of the senior leadership team at a large comprehensive school in the West Midlands, writes the first of two posts about the power of teacher talk.
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.
What is it like to start your teaching career at the same time as a global pandemic hits? James Beaver, reflects upon his first half term as a history NQT at Sackville School in East Grinstead.