Teaching History 157: Assessment

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

By HA, published 16th December 2014


02 Editorial

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03 HA Secondary News

04 HA Update

08 Assessment after levels – Geraint Brown and Sally Burnham (Read article for free)

18 The knowledge that ‘flavours' a claim: towards building and assessing historical knowledge on three scales – Kate Hammond (Read article)

26 Polychronicon: Police-public relations in Modern England David Churchill (Read article)

28 Setting us free? Building meaningful models of progression for a ‘post-levels' world – Alex Ford (Read article)

42 Triumphs Show: What makes art history? Sarah Copsey (Read article)

44 Using regular, low-stakes tests to secure pupils' contextual knowledge in Year 10  Lee Donaghy (Read article)

54 Using time-lines in assessment – Elizabeth Carr and Christine Counsell (Read article)

63 New, Novice or Nervous? Teaching Overview (Read article)

64 Move Me On: Getting knowledge across (Read article)

68 Mummy, mummy...

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