Film: Teaching history for beginners...Disciplinary concepts

Webinar

By Helen Snelson & David Ingledew, published 23rd June 2020

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Welcome to our brand new webinar series Teaching History For Beginners. This series is designed to support beginning history teachers and can be used by mentors or SCITTs with new history teachers in training. Each webinar, presented by experienced history ITE tutors, lecturers and mentors will upack the basics and core principles of different aspects of history teaching that all beginning history teachers will need to get to grips with.

In this first episode presented by Helen Snelson (University of York) and David Ingledew (University of Hertfordshire) we go back to basics with unpacking the second-order historical concepts for new teachers and provide guidance and suggested reading as a jumping-off point for their development. 

Look out for other episodes in this series coming soon covering the basic principles of lesson planning, planning for inclusive and representative teaching and much more. 

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