Teaching History 137: Marking Time

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

By HA, published 25th March 2010

Marking Time

02 Editorial

03 HA Secondary News

04 Jerome Freeman and Joanne Philpott - ‘Assessing Pupil Progress': transforming teacher assessment in Key Stage 3 history (Read article)

14 Jannet van Drie, Albert Logtenberg, Bas van der Meijden and Marcel van Riessen - "When was that date?" Building and assessing a frame of reference in the Netherlands (Read article)

22 Triumphs show: Assessing through reflection - Jennifer Davison (Read article)

24 Cunning Plan: making homework more exciting - Robin Conway (Read article)

26 Peter Seixas - A modest proposal for change in Canadian history education (Read article)

32 Barnaby Nemko - Are we creating a generation of ‘historical tourists'? Visual assessment as a means of measuring pupils' progress in historical interpretation (Read article)

40 Nutshell

42 Peter Lee and Denis Shemilt - Is any explanation better than none? Over-determined narratives, senseless agencies and one-way streets in students' learning about cause and consequence in history (Read article)

50 Polychronicon: Bringing space travel down to Earth (the 1960s-70s 'space race') - Dr Robert Poole (Read article)

52 Scott Allsop - ‘We didn't start the fire': using 1980s popular music to explore historical significance by stealth (Read article)

60 Move Me On: Trainee regards her PGCE assignments as an unhelpful distraction from the real business of learning to teach (Read article)

64 Mummy, mummy...

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