It is hoped that this area will become a useful point of reference for all history teachers. The seminars will also be promoted and featured in the Teaching History Online and Education on the Internet newsletters run by John Simkin. Please bear this in mind when posting your comments.
Any additional suggestions and proposals for future seminars will be more than welcome. Please contact John or myself using the links in this forum - the PM or e-mail links will provide an instant way of doing this if you are a registered user.
[These are proposals - all the authors are still closely involved in the profession, so this timetable has not been produced as a means of forcing additional work upon these people. It is merely a guide to show what will be appearing when they have time!]
Current Seminars - Summer Term 2003
30th April John Simkin (The Student as Teacher)
7th May Carole Faithorn (Essay writing skills at AS Level)
14th May Stephen Drew (How to develop lessons using a variety of learning styles)
21st May Andrew Field (Encouraging history teachers to use ICT)
28th May Juan Carlos Ocaņa (History Teaching in Spain)
4th June Andy Walker (Selection, Streaming and Banding... institutionalised labelling or teaching necessity? )
11th June Dafydd Humphreys (Teachers or Facilitators - is this the end of the profession?)
18th June Richard Jones-Nerzic (History in a laptop classroom)
25th June Dan Moorhouse (Raising Attainment at KS4)
2nd July Nicky Boughey (Effective Extra-curricular History Activities)
9th July Dan Lyndon (Black and Asian History in Schools)
16th July Lesley Ann Buxton (Thinking Skills)
Edited by Dan Moorhouse, 07 September 2003 - 06:24 PM.