Teaching History 166: The Moral Maze

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

By HA, published 3rd April 2017

In this edition of Teaching History

02  Editorial (Read article)

03  HA Secondary News

04  HA Update

08  Putting Catlin in his place? Helping Year 9 to problematize narratives of the American West – Jess Landy (Read article)

16 Cunning Plan: Developing an enquiry on the First Crusade – Rachel Foster and Kath Goudie (Read article)

20  Active remembrance: the value and importance of making remembrance relevant and personal – Claire McKay (Read article)

28 New, Novice or Nervous? Controversial issues (Read article)

30  ‘If you had told me before that these students were Russians, I would not have believed it’: an international project about the (New) ‘Cold War’ - Bjorn Wansink, Itzel Zuiker, Theo Wubbels, Maurits Kamman and Sanne Akkerman (Read article)

37 Thinking makes it so: cognitive psychology and history teaching – Michael Fordham (Read article)

44 Polychronicon: The new historiography of the Cold War - Aaron Watts (Read article)

46 Of the many significant things that have ever happened, what should we teach? Magna Carta as a focus for learning about power – Tony McConnell (Read article)

56 Move Me On: Getting the right pitch for GCSE teaching (Read article)

60 Mummy, Mummy…

Regular features

Teaching History includes a number of regular features for history teachers including New, Novice or Nervous?, Polychronicon, Cunning Plan and Move Me On. You can access past editions of these here

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