Event Resources

We know how important it is to you to be able to reflect upon the professional development you undertake and to revisit the resources, advice and guidance. In this section, you will find a repository of training resources and materials from past events. Read more

Sort by: Date (Newest first) | Title A-Z
Show: All | Articles | Podcasts | Multipage Articles
  • Round Table Discussion: Does Content Matter?

    Article

    This round table discussion took place on Saturday 15th May 2010.  The panel includes: Dr Katharine Burn (Editor of Teaching History), Dr Michael Riley (Director of the Schools History Project.); Colin Jones (President of the Royal Historical Society and Professor of History at Queen Mary, London); David Evans (Former Head of Eton).

    Click to view
  • History in Schools: What is the Future?

    Multipage Article

    The Future of history in our schoolsWhether you have children or not, whether you're a teacher or not, if you have a love of History this debate matters to you.

    Click to view
  • The Great Debate 2010 Final

    Multipage Article

    The final of the Great Debate 2010 took place on Saturday 13th March at Clare College, Cambridge. There were 19 finalists (aged between 16 and 19) from our heats that took place across the UK and the Republic of Ireland. Each student had five minutes to present their case on...

    Click to view
  • Developing engaging enquiries with online resources

    Article

    Don't worry about the answers... (make sure you're asking the right questions) The attached PowerPoint is from the workshop given by Andrew Payne, Head of Education and Outreach, The National Archives.

    Click to view
  • Why history matters? Round Table discussion podcast

    Article

    Podcast of the round table discussion available here!The History Matters Annual Conference in May saw the best turnout we've had for some time with a healthy and representative mix of HA members. Our thanks to all those who contributed their time and energy in delivering workshops and lectures. Our afternoon...

    Click to view
  • Active Learning in AS/A2 History

    Article

    KEY PRINCIPLES    Make a connectionEngage them in an inclusive activityIntroduce challenge and developmentMake classroom learning a part of ongoing learning outside the classroom

    Click to view
  • The Campaign for Womens Votes

    Article

    •Diversity - what sorts of women, what sorts of views? •Continuity and Change •Depth and Breadth of Understanding - the heritage that suffrage campaigners drew on... •...historical significance - does it change over time? •Use - and abuse - of sources, and history.

    Click to view
  • Votes for Women in Britain 1867-1928

    Article

    This classic pamphlet takes you through the Votes for Women in Britain movement from its origins to its eventual success, following the case for women's suffrage presented, tactics and strategies, the anti-suffragist argument, party political complications, international perspectives, the Pankhursts and militancy, the revival of non-militant suffragism, the impact of...

    Click to view
  • London History Forum Resources

    Article

    The last London History Forum met just after International Women's Day, appropriately enough, at the Women's Library in Old Castle Street, in London's Spitalfields. There were a number of really stimulating sessions on the theme of women's history, with classroom practitioners and academics giving us their thoughts on various topics,...

    Click to view
  • I've started...So I'll finish' Top tips on teaching history from the Historical Association's Bristol Centenary Conference

    Article

    Isn’t it fantastic that on a cold and brisk Saturday in early March a doggedly determined crew of mad historians can find solace within the fantastic portals of the Empire & Commonwealth Museum in Bristol? All were there to learn something new, to share good practice and to meet like-minded...

    Click to view