Teaching History 131: Assessing Differently

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

By HA, published 30th July 2008

Assessing Differently

02 Editorial

03 HA Secondary News

04 Speed cameras, dead ends, drivers and diversions: Year 9 use a ‘road map’ to problematise change and continuity – Rachel Foster (Read article)

09 The Holy Grail? GCSE History that actually enhances historical understanding! – Katie Hall (Read article)

17 ‘Create something interesting to show that you have learned something’: Building and assessing learner autonomy within the Key Stage 3 history classroom – Oliver Knight (Read article)

25 Holistic assessment through speaking and listening: an experiment with causal reasoning and evidential thinking in Year 8 – Giles Fullard and Kate Dacey (Read article)

30 Cooperative learning: the place of pupil involvement in a history textbook – Jacques Haenen and Hanneke Tuithof (Read article)

35 Two realms and an empire: history, geography and an investigation into landscape – Iain Annat and Katherine Bone (Read article)

42 Polychronicon: Leisure time Mike Huggins (Read article)

44 Would a centenarian recognise Norwich in the new millennium? Helping pupils with Special Educational Needs to develop a lifelong curiosity for the past – Joanne Philpott (Read article)

51 The new Key Stage 3 Curriculum: the bigger picture – Alf Wilkinson

52 Move Me On: Trainee’s mentor is struggling to know how to help him learn to plan independently (Read article)

56 Mummy, mummy…

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