Monthly Archives: January 2021

Teaching about the British Empire

Dr Michael Riley, UCL Institute of Education 4th February 2021, 16:00 – 17:30 GMT The time is long overdue for a more elevated public discourse in relation to Britain’s imperial past. History teachers have a vital role to play in … Continue reading

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Teaching history to Students of Colour/Color in the United Kingdom and the United States

Dr Kay Traille, Kennesaw State University 27th January, 5-7pm GMT Online. Why do some Black students in the United Kingdom and African American Students in the United States find history lessons difficult or not worth studying? Further details of this … Continue reading

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Knowing History in Schools: Powerful Knowledge and The Powers of Knowledge

This open access UCL Press book is published today and free to download from UCL Press here. The book explores the ‘knowledge turn’ in the context of teaching and learning history through a dialogue between the eminent sociologist of curriculum … Continue reading

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