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  • Berlin and the Holocaust: a sense of place?

      Teaching History article
    As more and more schools take students on visits to locations associated with the history of the Holocaust, history teachers have to find ways to make these places historically meaningful for their students. David Waters shows here how he introduced his students to the multiple narratives associated with the history...
    Berlin and the Holocaust: a sense of place?
  • Educational visits to Holocaust-related sites

      Teaching History article
    Kay Andrews, former history teacher and expert in Holocaust teacher education, relates how she found herself questioning the impact and purpose of overseas site visits for students. She raises questions about whether the typical eastern European destinations that dominate Holocaust-related travel are the most appropriate for student learning. She also...
    Educational visits to Holocaust-related sites
  • An authentic voice: perspectives on the value of listening to survivors of genocide

      Teaching History article
    It is common practice to invite survivors of the Holocaust to speak about their experiences to pupils in schools and colleges. Systematic reflection on the value of working with survivors of the Holocaust and other genocides and on how to make the most of doing so is rarer, however. In...
    An authentic voice: perspectives on the value of listening to survivors of genocide
  • Can we educate Year 9 in genocide prevention?

      Teaching History article
    Patterns of genocide: can we educate Year 9 in genocide prevention? Alison Stephen, who has wrestled for many years with the challenges of teaching emotional and controversial history within a multiethnic school setting, relished the opportunity to link her school's teaching of the Holocaust with a comparative study of other genocides....
    Can we educate Year 9 in genocide prevention?
  • Geography in the Holocaust: citizenship denied

      Teaching History article
    In this article David Lambert argues powerfully for teachers of the humanities to place citizenship at the centre of their work. He seeks to demonstrate that the division between subject-boundaries needs to be broken through if students are not to be denied what they are entitled to: an understanding of...
    Geography in the Holocaust: citizenship denied
  • Beyond the classroom: developing student teachers' work with museums and historic sites

      Article
    Working visits to historical sites for the purposes of developing pupils’ historical understanding can be extremely useful. As part of their training, student teachers need to acquire understanding and skills in the planning and management of worthwhile ‘fieldwork’. This work can be very powerful indeed if it emerges from co-operation...
    Beyond the classroom: developing student teachers' work with museums and historic sites
  • Enrichment Opportunities

      Briefing Pack
    Background History can be used to enrich students' experience of education in many ways.  Everything has a history and links can be made with, and support given to most other subjects.  Opportunities can be provided to classes, whole year groups, across year groups, or to individuals. Enrichment can be as...
    Enrichment Opportunities
  • English Heritage and Historical Association Local Heritage Project

      Article
    One year ago (2011), the south eastern branch of English Heritage and the Historical Association came together to see what we could do better in partnership. The outcome was the Local Heritage Partnership Project. The vision was to work together to provide access to and inspiration to carry out local...
    English Heritage and Historical Association Local Heritage Project
  • HA Secondary History Survey 2009

      HA Survey
    Pupils are receiving fewer and fewer hours of history teaching across secondary schools in England according to research by the Historical Association. The specially commissioned report discovered that:Many children receive little or no history education after only two years of secondary school48% of academies report 11-12 year olds spend less...
    HA Secondary History Survey 2009
  • HA Secondary History Survey 2010

      Survey
    Findings from the Historical Association survey of secondary history teachers 2010 Summary of key concerns about history teaching in English secondary schools *Full report attached below   1. The changing face of history teaching at Key Stage 3 (11-14): an emphasis on generic skills at the expense of subject knowledge and...
    HA Secondary History Survey 2010
  • The National Curriculum Attainment Target (from 2008)

      HITT Resource
    Level 4 Pupils show their knowledge and understanding of local, national and international history by describing some of the main events, people and periods they have studied, and by identifying where these fit within a chronological framework. They describe characteristic features of past societies and periods to identify change and...
    The National Curriculum Attainment Target (from 2008)
  • A Guide to the Key Stage 3 programme

      Key Stage 3 Guide
    This unit was produced for a previous national curriculum. However, much of the advice remains useful and it provides a context to topics that continue to be very important for history teachers. Subject leaders, ITE providers and others may find it useful to consider how currently relevant topics were thought about...
    A Guide to the Key Stage 3 programme
  • Film: What's the wisdom on... Extended Writing

      Article
    'What’s the wisdom on…' is a popular feature in our secondary journal Teaching History and provides the perfect stimulus for a department meeting. 'What’s the wisdom on…' provides history teachers with an overview of the ‘story so far’ of many years of practice-based professional thinking about a particular aspect of history teaching. To...
    Film: What's the wisdom on... Extended Writing
  • Film: What's the wisdom on... Extended Reading

      Your Virtual History Department Meeting
    'What’s the wisdom on…' is a popular feature in our secondary journal Teaching History and provides the perfect stimulus for a department meeting. 'What’s the wisdom on…' provides history teachers with an overview of the ‘story so far’ of many years of practice-based professional thinking about a particular aspect of history teaching. To...
    Film: What's the wisdom on... Extended Reading
  • Film: What's the wisdom on... Consequence

      Your Virtual History Department Meeting
    'What’s the wisdom on…' is a popular feature in our secondary journal Teaching History and provides the perfect stimulus for a department meeting. 'What’s the wisdom on…' provides history teachers with an overview of the ‘story so far’ of many years of practice-based professional thinking about a particular aspect of history teaching. To...
    Film: What's the wisdom on... Consequence
  • 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
  • Film: What's the wisdom on... Historical Significance

      Your Virtual History Department Meeting
    'What’s the wisdom on…' is a popular feature in our secondary journal Teaching History and provides the perfect stimulus for a department meeting. 'What’s the wisdom on…' provides history teachers with an overview of the ‘story so far’ of many years of practice-based professional thinking about a particular aspect of history teaching. To...
    Film: What's the wisdom on... Historical Significance
  • Film: What's the wisdom on...Similarity and Difference

      Your Virtual History Department Meeting
    We’ve been talking to our secondary school members and we know how difficult life is for teachers in the current circumstances,  so we wanted to lend a helping hand. 'What’s the wisdom on…' is a popular feature in our secondary journal Teaching History and provides the perfect stimulus for a virtual department meeting....
    Film: What's the wisdom on...Similarity and Difference
  • Film: What's the wisdom on... Change and continuity

      Your Virtual History Department Meeting
    We’ve been talking to our secondary school members and we know how difficult life is for teachers in the current circumstances,  so we wanted to lend a helping hand. 'What’s the wisdom on…' is a new and already popular feature in our secondary journal Teaching History and provides the perfect stimulus for a...
    Film: What's the wisdom on... Change and continuity
  • Film: What's the wisdom on... Enquiry questions (Part 2)

      Your Virtual History Department Meeting
    We’ve been talking to our secondary school members and we know how difficult life is for teachers in the current circumstances, so we wanted to lend a helping hand. 'What’s the wisdom on…' is a new and already popular feature in our secondary journal Teaching History and provides the perfect stimulus for a...
    Film: What's the wisdom on... Enquiry questions (Part 2)
  • Film: What's the wisdom on... Enquiry questions (Part 1)

      Your Virtual History Department Meeting
    We’ve been talking to our secondary school members and we know how difficult life is for teachers in the current circumstances, so we wanted to lend a helping hand. 'What’s the wisdom on…' is a new and already popular feature in our secondary journal Teaching History and provides the perfect stimulus for a...
    Film: What's the wisdom on... Enquiry questions (Part 1)
  • Film: What's the wisdom on... Historical Interpretations

      Your Virtual History Department Meeting
    We’ve been talking to our secondary school members and we know how difficult life is for teachers in the current circumstances, so we wanted to lend a helping hand. 'What’s the wisdom on…' is a new and already popular feature in our secondary journal Teaching History and provides the perfect stimulus for a...
    Film: What's the wisdom on... Historical Interpretations
  • Film: What's the wisdom on... Evidence and sources

      Your Virtual History Department Meeting
    We’ve been talking to our secondary school members and we know how difficult life is for teachers in the current circumstances, so we wanted to lend a helping hand. 'What’s the wisdom on…' is a new and already popular feature in our secondary journal Teaching History and provides the perfect stimulus for a...
    Film: What's the wisdom on... Evidence and sources
  • Film: What's the wisdom on... Causation

      Your Virtual History Department Meeting
    We’ve been talking to our secondary school members and we know how difficult life is for teachers in the current circumstances, so we wanted to lend a helping hand. 'What’s the wisdom on…' is a brand-new and already popular feature in our secondary journal Teaching History and provides the perfect...
    Film: What's the wisdom on... Causation
  • Training for the marathon: history at Michaela

      Teaching History article
    Michael Taylor begins his piece by reminding us that writing great history essays is hard. He compares the process to running a marathon, and his central thesis is that, just as the best training for running a marathon is not running marathons, so the way to encourage students to produce...
    Training for the marathon: history at Michaela