Primary History 62: History & ICT

The primary education journal of the Historical Association

By HA, published 11th December 2012

History & ICT

Editorial and In My View

04 Editorial

05 Using ICT to develop pupils' historical knowledge, understa nding and thinking the view from Ofsted - Michael Maddison HMI

06 The digital revolution - Jerome Freeman (Read article)

07 History, ICT and the digital age - Ben Walsh (Read article)


08 Diogenes: English Heritage's Heritage Explorer: waving not drowning - Peter Vass (Read article)

09 A View from the Classroom Case Study 1: Historical information and the local community - Cathie Mcllroy (Read article)

10 Using ICT in primary history, Nuffield primary history: Exemplar Lessons and Teaching History - Sarah Codrington

12 Co-ordinators concerns: ICT and OFSTED - Tim Lomas (Read article)


13 Pointing the view: Helping pupils to view historical film crititcally Case Study 2: Using A Public Informati on Film - Jane Card (Read article)

15 Primary pedagogy and interactive PowerPoint: Lessons from Early Years Primary ITT Students - Susan Edgar (Read article)

17 History and the digital age: the interactive whiteboard - Stuart Tiffany and My Learning Website (Read article)

20 History mysteries and pupils as history detectives - Jon Nichol

22 Developing chronological understanding through the use of ICT - James Percival (Read article)

24 The British Museum: Creative ICT for kids - Jane Shuter (Read article)

Case studies

26 Case Study 2: Bring on the iPad revolution - Nicholas Garrick and Dave Hall (Read article)

29 Case study 3: Effectively using the census in the classroom - Alf Wilkinson (Read article)

30 Case study 4: Hit the net! - Barbara Sands (Read article)

33 Case study 5: Animation - Ilona Aronovsky with Kate Benson and Ann Plummeridge (Read article)

35 Case study 6: Making the most of the moment - Sarah Hanley

37 Case study 7: Whistle stop history through the 'Olympic Map' - Richard Heard

39 Case Study 8: QR [quick response] bar codes - Hugh Moore

Professional Development

41 Podcasts on the HA Website - Robert Guyver

42 Using ICT to support historical learning with pupils who have Special Educational Needs [SEN] - tudor videos - Matthew Sossick (Read article)

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