PGCE

Interpretations of the Suffragette Movement (with focus on Emily Davison)

Introduction The Representation of the People Act of 1918, saw the vote given to all men and some women; this is arguably the greatest turning point in the history of British democracy (Historical Association, 2018). Despite women having to wait another decade to vote on equal terms as men, it was a breakthrough moment forContinue reading “Interpretations of the Suffragette Movement (with focus on Emily Davison)”

What does the research and other academic and professional literature suggest about the challenges that children and their teachers face when learning and teaching historical evidence?

Note: I have only published Part 1 of a total of 3, as Parts 2 and 3 (a commentary on my own scheme of work; an evaluation of Part 2 and assessment for learning) discuss the my pupils’ work. Introduction History is an enquiry-based subject; enquiries are attempts to answer specific questions about the pastContinue reading “What does the research and other academic and professional literature suggest about the challenges that children and their teachers face when learning and teaching historical evidence?”

Special Educational Needs

Many children with SEN suffer from familiar or wider social deficiencies, meaning they may not have been exposed to the same stimulation or stability as the majority, thus hindering their emotional and educational development.

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