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Research School Network: Evidence Informed Approaches to Improving Teaching in History Explore how evidence informed practice can improve teaching in history

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Evidence Informed Approaches to Improving Teaching in History

Explore how evidence informed practice can improve teaching in history

Tickets *

£ 95 - per delegate

Free - Up to a maximum of 2 additional places for subsequent delegates to a paid delegate from the same school

* Limit 1 per person

Dates

14 October, 2021
15:30 - 17:30

25 November, 2021
15:30 - 17:30

3 February, 2022
15:30 - 17:30

Who is it aimed at?

History teachers or leaders.

What will be covered?

These sessions will take ideas from the EEF report Improving secondary science and explain how to put them into action by offering real world examples and practical techniques.

What will you know/​be able to do by the end of the programme?

  • How the following areas of research can be applied to history teaching:
    • Cognitive science
    • Formative assessment
    • Metacognition
    • Feedback
    • Disciplinary literacy
  • Apply a structure for teaching history linked to the six principles of challenge, explanation, modelling, practice, questioning and feedback.

What will be the potential impact on teachers and pupils as a result of this training?

  • Teachers will develop and evidence-informed approach.
  • Curriculum design will allow for greater retention for knowledge.
  • Pupils will have a greater opportunity for success in terminal exams.
CRU

Chris Runeckles

Assistant Director

Chris is a history teacher and Assistant Director of the Research School. He has worked at Durrington High School for 8 years and is currently an Assistant Headteacher with responsibility for teaching and learning. Chris is also the author of a book on evidence-informed history teaching.

Read more aboutChris Runeckles

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