Teaching History 169: A Time and a Place

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

Published: 19th December 2017

In this edition of Teaching History

02 Editorial (Read article)

03 HA Secondary News

04 HA Update – Teaching local history at Key Stage 3

08 From temple to forum: teaching final-year history students to become critical museum visitors – Michael Harcourt (Read article)

16 Triumphs Show: Using 360° VR technology with the GCSE Historic Environment study – Carmel Bones (Read article)

20 Looking through the keyhole at Birkenhead from 1900 to 1950 with Year 7: negotiating meanings and bacon bones – Michael Bird and Matt Jones (Read article)

28 Defying the ‘constrictive grip of typologies’: the role of detailed character cards in teaching similarity and difference – Edward Fitzgerald (Read article)

36 Hosting teacher development at historical sites: the benefits for classroom teaching – Adam Burns (Read article)

44 Polychronicon: Herodotus – Edith Hall (Read article)

48 ‘It’s kind of like the geography part of history, isn’t it, Miss?’: Can we teach the environmental history of the Holocaust? – Verity Morgan (Read article)

56 New, Novice or Nervous? – Developing a Sense of Place (Read article)

58 Attempting to reach the heart of the matter: how the unique learning journey of Facing History and Ourselves helps students to explore and learn from the horrors of the past – Michael Mcintyre and Vanessa Hull (Read article)

68 Move Me On: Planning a local history enquiry (Read article)

72 Mummy, Mummy: using our historical imagination (Read article)

Regular features

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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