Teaching History 146: Teacher Knowledge

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

By HA, published 24th April 2012

Teacher Knowledge

02 Editorial 

03 HA Secondary News 

04 Letters 

05 HA update 

09 Elizabeth Carr: How Victorian were the Victorians? Developing Year 8 students' conceptual thinking about diversity in Victorian society (Read article)

18 Robin Whitburn, Michelle Hussain and Abdullahi Mohamud ‘Doing justice to history': the learning of African history in a North London secondary school and teacher development in the spirit of Ubuntu (Read article)

28 Triumphs Show: putting an enquiry together - Geraint Brown, Michael Fordham and Matthew Stanford (Read article)

30 Sarah Black: Wrestling with diversity - exploring pupils' difficulties when arguing about a diverse past (Read article)

40 Katharine Burn: ‘If I wasn't learning anything new about teaching I would have left it by now!' How history teachers can support their own and others' continued professional learning (Read article)

50 Polychronicon: The history of 'big history' - Fred Spier (Read article)

52 Flora Wilson: Warrior queens, regal trade unionists and warring nurses: how my interest in what I don't teach has informed my teaching and enriched my students' learning (Read article)

60 Move Me On: knowing enough to be able to start planning (Read article)

64 Mummy, mummy...

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