Past Event Resources

We know how important it is to you to be able to reflect upon the professional development you undertake and to revisit the resources, advice and guidance. In this section, you will find a repository of training resources and materials from past events.

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  • Round Table Discussion: Does Content Matter?

    Article

    This round table discussion took place on Saturday 15th May 2010.  The panel includes: Dr Katharine Burn (Editor of Teaching History), Dr Michael Riley (Director of the Schools History Project.); Colin Jones (President of the Royal Historical Society and Professor of History at Queen Mary, London); David Evans (Former Head of Eton).

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  • History in Schools: What is the Future?

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    The Future of history in our schoolsWhether you have children or not, whether you're a teacher or not, if you have a love of History this debate matters to you.

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  • Why history matters? Round Table discussion podcast

    Article

    Podcast of the round table discussion available here!The History Matters Annual Conference in May saw the best turnout we've had for some time with a healthy and representative mix of HA members. Our thanks to all those who contributed their time and energy in delivering workshops and lectures. Our afternoon...

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  • The Rose Review - Jerome Freeman's Powerpoint Presentation

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    The Primary Curriculum - where is it going? Jerome Freeman from QCA gave this presentation at the HA Annual Conference in May 2009. He talked to us about the Rose Review and its implications for the construction and delivery of a world-class primary curriculum and education in the 21st century.

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  • Remembrance Powerpoint

    Article

    Remembrance -an approach for younger historians...and future teachers. Key Stage One Deputy Head teacher and history Subject Leader- curriculum development and lots of assemblies- always seen as a way to drawn in stories, celebrations, anniversaries and thus raising awareness of times past Senior Lecturer in Faculty of Education at the...

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  • Make do and mend

    Article

    Teaching the history of women in World War Two to KS2

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  • London History Forum Resources

    Article

    The last London History Forum met just after International Women's Day, appropriately enough, at the Women's Library in Old Castle Street, in London's Spitalfields. There were a number of really stimulating sessions on the theme of women's history, with classroom practitioners and academics giving us their thoughts on various topics,...

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  • Beyond Multiple Choice: Questions and Answers, Pedagogy and Technology in the History classroom

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    *This unit was produced a number of years ago and whilst still relevant from the pedagogy side of things many of the ICT aspects are outdated. Interactivity: A Grail-like QuestIn recent years the buzzword in many sectors, whether it be business, communications, entertainment or education, has been interactivity. One of...

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