Monthly Archives: June 2019

What is powerful knowledge in school history? Learning from South African and Rwandan school curriculum documents

What is powerful knowledge in school history? Learning from the South African and Rwandan school curriculum documents 27th June 2019, 2-4pm, UCL Institute of Education Dr Carol Bertram, University of KwaZulu-Natal The seminar explores the question of what is powerful … Continue reading

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Working with Historians and Historical Interpretations in Schools: Event Report

Arthur Chapman’s introduction to the day Arthur introduced the day by problematising the use of historians in the classroom. Those present were reminded of the very narrow approach taken to historical interpretations, considering academic writing alone with an exam-board driven … Continue reading

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Working with Historians and Historical Interpretations in Schools

UCL IoE, 15th June 2019, 11am-4pm This free day-seminar (11am-4pm) at UCL Institute of education will explore working with historical interpretation and historiography with contributions from history education researchers, history teachers and historians. The event will explore historical interpretation and … Continue reading

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