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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
  • Recorded webinar: Making the most out of Holocaust Memorial Day: challenges and opportunities

      Article
    Since 2001 the UK has marked Holocaust Memorial Day on 27th January, the date of the 'liberation' of Auschwitz Birkenau by Soviet soldiers in 1945. History teachers and their colleagues are often asked to 'mark' HMD in their schools. In this webinar we will explore themes of commemoration and education...
    Recorded webinar: Making the most out of Holocaust Memorial Day: challenges and opportunities
  • Recorded webinar: Ordinary people - Holocaust Memorial Day 2023

      Recorded webinar
    Recorded webinar: Ordinary people - Holocaust Memorial Day 2023
  • Recorded webinar: Using 'One Day' to explore the actions that helped to lead to the Holocaust and actions of genocide

      HA Webinar
    This year's Holocaust Memorial Day the theme is 'One Day'. In this webinar with historian Paula Kitching, we will use the one day Wannsee Conference of January 1942 to help explore the actions of the perpetrators, the Holocaust victims and how decision making by people can lead to genocide. This...
    Recorded webinar: Using 'One Day' to explore the actions that helped to lead to the Holocaust and actions of genocide
  • Recorded Webinar: Teaching Jewish histories

      Article
    Where Jews appear on school curricula, they tend to appear as victims, particularly in the context of the Nazi genocide. The vibrant diversity of Jewish life in preceding centuries is underexplored, and students are given little context for understanding the growth of antisemitism. This webinar delves into this vibrant richness...
    Recorded Webinar: Teaching Jewish histories
  • Film: Why does the massacre of the Armenians in the First World War still get overlooked?

      Virtual Branch
    Why is the term 'Armenian Genocide' controversial, with many countries still not acknowledging a genocide at all? What do we know about the event of 1915 and the plight of the Armenian community in Turkey? How can we grapple with a history that many people want to forget? In this...
    Film: Why does the massacre of the Armenians in the First World War still get overlooked?
  • Approaches to the History Curriculum: integrated learning models

      Briefing Pack
    In 2010 an integrated curriculum was being implemented in some schools in England. This short briefing pack provides some practical examples of that process.  Is your school on the brink of curriculum innovation that involves history? Are you in the midst of such a change and feel confused and uncertain?...
    Approaches to the History Curriculum: integrated learning models
  • 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
  • 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?
  • 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
  • Virtual Branch: From Pirates to Princes Normans in Eleventh Century Europe

      Article
    Normandy originated from a grant of land to Rollo, a Viking leader, in the early tenth century. By the end of that century Normans were to be found in southern Italy, then in Britain and, at the end of the eleventh century, in the near East on the First Crusade....
    Virtual Branch: From Pirates to Princes Normans in Eleventh Century Europe
  • On-demand webinar: Causation and Consequence

      Secondary webinar recording release for 2023–24
    Webinar series: Making substantive and disciplinary knowledge work together in the secondary history curriculum Session 1: Causation and Consequence  This series of four webinars looks at ways of assessing disciplinary knowledge so that it is working alongside, and pushing forwards, substantive knowledge. This webinar will concentrate on the disciplinary concepts of...
    On-demand webinar: Causation and Consequence
  • Recorded webinar: Queer beyond London

      Article
    London has tended to dominate accounts of LGBTQ Britain… but how did local contexts beyond the capital affect queer identities and communities? This talk by Professor Matt Cook looks at Brighton, Plymouth, Manchester and Leeds to illustrate the difference locality makes to queer lives. * Please note: while this webinar...
    Recorded webinar: Queer beyond London
  • Film: Death in the Diaspora

      British & Irish Gravestones
    As British and Irish migrants sought new lives in the Caribbean, Asia, North America and Australasia, they left a trail of physical remains where settlement occurred. Between the 17th and 20th centuries, gravestones and elaborate epitaphs documented identity and attachment to both their old and new worlds. In this Virtual...
    Film: Death in the Diaspora
  • 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
  • Film: 'Mayflower Lives: building a New Jerusalem in the New World'

      Article
    Historian and author Martyn Whittock recently gave a lecture for the HA Virtual Branch on 'Mayflower Lives: building a New Jerusalem in the New World'. In 1620, 102 ill-prepared asylum seekers landed two months later than planned, in the wrong place on the eastern coast of North America. By the next summer, half of...
    Film: 'Mayflower Lives: building a New Jerusalem in the New World'
  • Building St James's spire: Louth's guilds and popular piety in the later middle ages

      Virtual Branch Lecture Recording
    Medieval historian Dr Claire Kennan continued our Virtual Branch series with a local history talk on the building of St James's spire, Louth.  In her talk Kennan traces the important role that Louth's major guilds of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Holy Trinity played in the building of the St James’s spire. Throughout the...
    Building St James's spire: Louth's guilds and popular piety in the later middle ages
  • 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