New, Novice or Nervous? 149: Getting pupils to argue about causes


By HA, published 4th January 2013

Every problem you're wrestling with in the history classroom, other history teachers have wrestled with too. This page is for all those new to the published writings of history teachers in Teaching History. It shows how to make a start in understanding how others have explored and discussed common and challenging problems. Quick fixes don't exist. But familiarise yourselves with others' writing and you'll discover - and eventually want to join - a fascinating and useful discussion. But where do you start? This edition's NNN problem is:

Getting pupils to argue about causes

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