Constructing History 11-19

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Overview

Are you a history teacher looking for some creative inspiration? Does exam pressure mean that you're unable to think about your teaching and that your pupils aren't able to enjoy learning?

History is a vitally important subject which is undergoing a crisis in schools, with many young people struggling to understand its significance. In this book, Chapman and Cooper underline the importance and power of constructivist history pedagogy, showing how it can help teachers structure teaching and learning around disciplined historical enquiry, making it real for pupils. The chapters chronologically cover the curriculum from 11-19 and contain case studies, students' and teachers' voices and examples of work, bringing theories and research about learning to life.

Constructing History 11-19 offers teachers the space to reflect professionally on, modify and develop their own practice, showing them how to develop independent enquiry and reflective learning in the pupils. The book comes with a companion website containing additional examples of teaching and learning, and relevant web links.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781847871879
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 7/23/2009
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 6.80 (w) x 9.60 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Hilary Cooper is Professor Emeritus of History and Pedagogy at the University of Cumbria. After many years teaching in London primary schools and undertaking her doctoral research on child development using data collected as a class teacher, she lectured in Education at Goldsmiths’ College, London University. In 1993 she became Director of Professional Studies in the Department of Education at Lancaster University, then Reader, and later Professor of Education at St Martin’s College, now the University of Cumbria. She has published widely and has an international reputation.

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Constructing History 11-19 - Arthur Chapman
Year 5/6 and Year 7 Historians Visit Brougham Castle - Hilary Cooper and Liz West
Bringing the History Curriculum to Life for Year 8/9 - Jon Nichol
Towards Independent Learning in History: Year 10 - Joanne Philpott, Johannes Ahrenfelt and Terry Haydn
Documentaries, Causal Linking and Hyper-linking for AS Students - Arthur Chapman and Jane Facey
Advancing History post-16: E-learning, Collaboration and Assessment - Arthur Chapman and Barbara Hibbert
Afterword - Hilary Cooper
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