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  • Muslim Rescuers of the Holocaust CPD

      CPD Unit
    This CPD unit focuses on the experience of Muslim rescuers during the Holocaust and the Second World War. It was written by Andrew Wrenn, Cambridgeshire Humanities Advisor, to complement  another unit published earlier on this website called Muslim Tommies which dealt with the experience of Muslim soldiers fighting for Britain...
    Muslim Rescuers of the Holocaust CPD
  • Move Me On 141: Teaching the Holocaust

      Teaching History feature
    This issue's problem: Marion Hartog is wondering how to approach teaching the Holocaust, especially with her ‘difficult' Year 9.
    Move Me On 141: Teaching the Holocaust
  • IOE national research into pupils' thinking about the Holocaust

      Article
    A new research project promises to have a significant impact not only on our teaching about the Holocaust but also on our understanding of how young people make sense of the past. Surveying up to 10,000 secondary students across the country and conducting a range of thematic and case studies...
    IOE national research into pupils' thinking about the Holocaust
  • A question of attribution: working with ghetto photographs

      Teaching History article
    Holocaust imagery is very familiar, clichéd even. How can we get pupils thinking about it in novel ways and seeing differently? Phillips reports work completed with his PGCE students, proposes a scaffold of questions with which to deconstruct images and applies it to  archive images and to Hollywood representations. Images...
    A question of attribution: working with ghetto photographs
  • The International Journal Volume 6

      Journal
    Articles Isabel Barca and Helena PintoHow Children Make Sense of Historic Streets: Walking through Downtown Guimaraes   Min Fui CheeTraining Teachers for the Effective Use of Museums   Terrie EpsteinThe Effects of Family/Community and School Discourses on Children's and Adolescents' Interpretations of United States History   David GerwinObject Lessons: Teachers,...
    The International Journal Volume 6
  • The International Journal Volume 12, Number 2

      Journal
    Editorial New Zealand - Developing an Historical Empathy Pathway with New Zealand Secondary School Students - Martyn Davidson, University of Auckland Cyprus - Deanna Troi and the Tardis: Does Historical Empathy have a Place in Education? Lukas N. Perikleous, University of Cyprus Brazil - An Investigation of the Ways in which...
    The International Journal Volume 12, Number 2
  • The International Journal Volume 3 Number 2

      Journal
    International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research Volume 3 Number 2 July 2003 ISSN 1472 - 9466 Editorial Keith Crawford - The Role and Purpose of Textbooks   Articles Jason Nicholls  - Methods in School Textbook Research   Penelope Harnett - History in the Primary School: the Contribution of...
    The International Journal Volume 3 Number 2
  • Structuring learning for beginning teachers

      Multipage Article
    This section focuses on the topic of structuring learning for beginning history teachers. That is, organising training so that beginning teachers can make good progress in their professional development. Within the section, there is advice and guidance about working with adult learners (as opposed to children) and about building a...
    Structuring learning for beginning teachers
  • Teacher Training (Survive Part 1)

      Survive Part 1
    There are today many teacher-training routes into the teaching profession. The teacher-training year is always a difficult balancing act between gaining enough classroom experience and enough understanding of the theories that underpin the discipline's key skills. As a result, each teacher-training route has advantages as well as disadvantages. With a...
    Teacher Training (Survive Part 1)
  • ‘It’s More Complex Than I Assumed’

      IJHLTR Article
    International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research [IJHLTR], Volume 15, Number 1 – Autumn/Winter 2017ISSN: 14472-9474 Abstract As with many nations, the teaching of history in Australian schools is often contested. Two prevailing standpoints can be identified, the first of which, in broad terms, emphasises the acquisition of historical knowledge....
    ‘It’s More Complex Than I Assumed’
  • The Reformation: the view from the north

      Annual Conference 2013 Podcast
    Lecture from the Historical Association 2013 Annual Conference - Podcast Professor Bill Sheils - University of York The Reformation comprised a range of regional and local experiences, each with its own character and chronology. This talk will examine the broad characteristics of religious change in the north of England between...
    The Reformation: the view from the north
  • Historical reasoning in the classroom

      Teaching History article
    Historical reasoning in the classroom: What does it look like and how can we enhance it? The history education community has long recognised that historical thinking depends on the interplay between substantive knowledge about the past and the procedural, or second-order, concepts that historians use to construct, shape and give...
    Historical reasoning in the classroom
  • The International Journal Volume 11, Number 1

      Journal
    Editorial Articles Eleni Apostolidou Teaching and Discussing Historical Significance with 15 year-old students in Greece Manuela Carvalho and Isabel Barca Students' Use of Historical Evidence in European Countries P. Checkley and C. Checkley ‘Future Teachers of the Past' - An initial analysis of Initial Teacher Training students and their preparation...
    The International Journal Volume 11, Number 1
  • Polychronicon 146: Interpreting the history of 'big history'

      Teaching History feature
    In recent decades, a novel approach to history has emerged, called ‘big history', which provides an overview of all of human history, embedded within biological, geological and astronomical history covering the grandest sweep of time and space, from the beginning of the universe to life on Earth here and now....
    Polychronicon 146: Interpreting the history of 'big history'
  • History in Schools: What is the Future?

      History Debate Podcast
    The Future of history in our schools Whether you have children or not, whether you're a teacher or not, if you have a love of History this debate matters to you.
    History in Schools: What is the Future?
  • Concerns over future of teacher training 2014

      Article
    The Facts Increasing numbers of trainee teachers are entering the profession with little or no history-specific training. Opportunities for graduates to increase subject knowledge alongside subject-based teaching practice in university centred school partnerships have been cut. Our research shows that 90% of respondents agreed that all trainees should receive a...
    Concerns over future of teacher training 2014
  • What’s The Wisdom On... Consequence

      Teaching History feature
    Consequence easily becomes ‘causation’s forgotten sibling’, as Fordham noted, in the title of a workshop presented at the 2012 Historical Association conference. The choice to treat consequence separately from causation in this series of articles is, therefore, a very deliberate one. Yet an emphasis on the importance of consequences should...
    What’s The Wisdom On... Consequence
  • Move Me On 176: worried about how to deal with his own dyslexia in the classroom

      The problem page for history mentors
    Move Me On is designed to build critical, informed debate about the character of teacher training, teacher education and professional development. It is also designed to offer practical help to all involved in training new history teachers. Each issue presents a situation in initial teacher education/training with an emphasis upon...
    Move Me On 176: worried about how to deal with his own dyslexia in the classroom
  • Cunning Plan 167: teaching the industrial revolution

      Teaching History article
    ‘Disastrous and terrible.’ For Arnold Toynbee, the historian who gave us the phrase ‘industrial revolution’, these three words sum up the period of dramatic technological change that took place in Britain across the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. We may not habitually use Toynbee’s description in the classroom, but it is...
    Cunning Plan 167: teaching the industrial revolution
  • Thinking makes it so: cognitive psychology and history teaching

      Teaching History article
    What, exactly, is learned knowledge - and why does it matter in history teaching? Michael Fordham seeks to use the general tenets of cognitive psychology to inform the debate about how history teachers might get the best from their students, in particular in considering the role of memory. Fordham surveys the latest research concerning memory while also arguing that remembering does matter in history...
    Thinking makes it so: cognitive psychology and history teaching
  • HA Secondary History Survey 2015

      Survey Report
    *Full Survey Report attached below 1.1 Data on which this report is based This survey was conducted during the summer term 2015. Responses were received from 455 history teachers working in a wide range of different contexts, including sixth form and tertiary colleges. The rapid expansion of the academies programme...
    HA Secondary History Survey 2015
  • Cunning Plan 98: Britain 1750-1900

      Article
    Isaac Newton: ‘For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction'. Learning that results from action and reaction deepens pupils' understanding of historical content and use of key study skills. It forces them to understand, to wrestle, to articulate, to challenge, to question. Getting pupils to act and react...
    Cunning Plan 98: Britain 1750-1900
  • Move Me On 96: Struggling with language register - getting pitch right

      The problem page for history mentors
    This Issue's Problem: John Ball is having difficulty getting his language register right Problem: John is several weeks into his first school placement. He is very much enjoying the PGCE course. It is proving to be the intellectual and practical challenge that he hoped. He has come to the course...
    Move Me On 96: Struggling with language register - getting pitch right
  • Move Me On 92: Having problems teaching causation

      The problem page for history mentors
    This Issue's Problem: Melville Miles, student history teacher, is in Term 3 of his PGCE year. Melville has taught a number of excellent lessons in which he enabled pupils to reach high levels of historical understanding. His diagnostic assessment of pupils' work is unusually sophisticated for a PGCE student. Melville's...
    Move Me On 92: Having problems teaching causation
  • The International Journal Volume 12, Number 1

      Journal
    Editorial Sweden Ethical Values and History: a mutual relationship? Niklas Ammert, Linnaeus University (Kalmar)   Australia  Teaching History Using Feature Films: practitioner acuity and cognitive neuroscientific validation Debra Donnelly, University of Newcastle   Greece  The Difficult Relationship Between the History of the Present and School History in Greece: cinema as...
    The International Journal Volume 12, Number 1