Education

  • Teaching English Medieval History and Historical Interpretations for the new GCSE

    8th May 2017

    Academic research points to the best CPD outcomes that really develop classroom practice arising from CPD that takes place over several contact sessions. We are offering a unique opportunity for teachers to develop their teaching of Medieval British History through a 4 part course in partnership with Justice to History....

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  • A thousand years of the forging and re-forging of Britain: Insights into teaching thematic history for the new GCSE

    8th May 2017

    Academic research points to the best CPD outcomes that really develop classroom practice arising from CPD that takes place over several contact sessions. We are offering a unique opportunity for teachers to develop their teaching of thematic British History through a 3 part course in partnership with Justice to History....

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  • Teaching the Age of Revolutions (1755-1848)

    27th April 2017

    Working with the broader Waterloo200 education legacy plan the Historical Association is pleased to announce an ambitious new three-year education programme that will focus on teacher subject knowledge and subject pedagogy to help embed the teaching of late eighteenth and early nineteenth century history in UK schools. Teacher Fellowship Programme...

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  • Looking ahead at GCSE History and Geography CPD

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    Tuesday 26 September 2017, 9.00am-3.30pm | Royal Geographical Society, London One year on from the new GCSEs, this event will focus on addressing issues and providing support and ideas for history and geography. The event will have a keynote lecture from Philip Smith, Ofsted's National Lead, as well as tailored...

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  • Rethinking the Normans: FREE CPD for GCSE

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    Saturday 17 June 2017 While familiar ground for history teachers at Year 7, you may have looked at GCSE specifications and felt daunted. You may then have read some recent academic work and felt even more daunted.  You may have realised that what you thought you knew about the Normans...

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  • The Global Learning Project

    31st March 2017

    Looking for resources about Brexit? It's happened! Article 50 was triggered on 29 March, setting in train the formal process of Britain leaving the European Union. We recommend you check out the Citizenship Foundation's website. They have created primary and secondary assembly resources - which can also be used as mini...

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  • Help draft a modern Magna Carta

    9th March 2017

    Delegates wanted to help draft a modern Magna Carta for the nation. See your clause exhibited in the Supreme Court. Date: Friday 7th July 2017 Location: Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, Surrey, TW20 0EX Every year between 80 and 100 delegates from years 10 to 13 gather at Royal...

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  • Exciting Developments in History and Citizenship Education

    6th March 2017

    In February, EUROCLIO's work in the Euro-Med region has taken centre stage, with several interesting meetings involving our partners and interests in the region. In April 2018, the EUROCLIO Annual Conference will be held in the Mediterranean city of Marseille. See below for more information about our work in the region....

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  • Curriculum Partnership Enrichment Scheme for Schools

    6th March 2017

    Dialogue between teachers and their students is of course an important part of the teaching and learning process, but when this is multiplied to include not only teachers and students across different nation-states or jurisdictions, but also the different perspectives that they can bring to the same historical unit or...

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  • What's Happening in Black British History?

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    Book now to attend "What's Happening in Black British History? VI"! #WHBBH6 is the sixth in an Institute of Commonwealth Studies series exploring the history of peoples of African origin and descent in Britain.  The day will feature a keynote speech by historian and author Professor Gretchen Gerzina on Why Black British History Matters: An...

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