15 habits of great History teachers
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- 6 articles
- 5 downloadable resources
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Learn new techniques and strategies for teaching History
- Consider what makes for outstanding History teaching today
- Become a more effective practitioner
- Use each video as a discussion prompt with colleagues in departmental meetings
- No additional software is needed before beginning this course
- A passion for your own professional development will help!
- A love for all things teaching and learning
I'm delighted to present this online course; "15 habits of great History teachers".
This course contains 15 stand alone lectures, each detailing a different "habit" of great History teachers. Drawn from my 8 years experience as a History teacher in British state schools, working alongside inspiring and gifted colleagues, I came up with the list which has now formed the basis for this online course. Alongside videos, there are also many supporting documents including a KS3 2015 assessment matrix. The aim of the course is to help History teachers, old and new, prospective and accomplished, to reflect on and further develop their professional practice.
- Current History teachers interested in reflecting on their own practice
- Prospective and trainee History teachers looking for a comprehensive introduction to some of the things great History teachers do
In 2017, my year 9 class in Spain had the opportunity to interview military historian Paul Reid. I think the use of video tech is a much under used resource when it comes to engaging with academic historians and this "live interview" was really impactful with students who still talk about it to this day. Many historians are willing to get involved in similar projects - approach them via twitter or their publicists.
You can see the other interviews with Paul (this was Part 1) over on my Youtube channel - RogersHistory.
In this video:
- What is an historical interpretation?
- How to teach "interpretations"
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