Teaching the Trickier Parts of the new Primary History Curriculum
DateTue, 7th October, 2014
Time9:30 am - 3:30 pm
LocationNorwich Castle, Norwich
Teaching the Trickier Parts of the new Primary History Curriculum.
ABOUT THE COURSE
The new history curriculum exhorts us to help pupils ‘gain a coherent knowledge and understanding of Britain’s past and that of the wider world.’
What does ‘coherent knowledge and understanding’ mean?
What might this look like in practice?
How will we know if children have acquired/achieved this? And how can we make it fun?
Are there other content areas that we find ‘tricky’ too?
This course will also offer some suggested approaches and resources for the non-European society options.
(Course includes an optional, free Castle tour from 3.30 – 4pm)
Course name:Teaching the Trickier Parts of the new Primary History Curriculum
Date:Tue, 7th October, 2014
Time:9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location:Norwich Castle, Norwich
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Alf Wilkinson is a former Head of History and ICT Co-ordinator. He has taught history for many years and is very experienced at delivering INSET for both primary and secondary teachers.
Alf now works for the Historical Association as their CPD manager and as a freelance consultant and author.