Teaching History 164: Feedback

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

By HA, published 21st September 2016

02 Editorial (Read article)

03 HA Secondary News

04 HA Update

10 Paula Worth - ‘My initial concern is to get a hearing’: exploring what makes an effective history essay introduction (Read article)

22 Nick Dennis - Cognitive psychology and low-stakes testing without guarantees (Read article)

29 Carolyn Massey - Asking Year 12, ‘What Would Figes Do?’ Using an academic historian as the gold standard for feedback (Read article)

38 Ian Luff - Cutting the Gordian Knot: taking control of assessment (Read article)

46 Triumphs Show - Katherine Turner and Julia Huber (Read article)

49 Rachel Arscott and Tom Hinks - Coaxing and persuading: making rigorous history teaching a departmental reality (Read article)

57 New, Novice or Nervous? Constructing narrative (Read article)

58 Polychronicon: End of the Cold War - David Reynolds (Read article)

60 Move Me On: the concept of similarity and difference (Read article)

64 Mummy, mummy...

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Teaching History includes a number of regular features for history teachers including New, Novice or Nervous?, Polychronicon, Cunning Plan and Move Me On. You can access past editions of these here

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