SHP 2002 Conference handouts
Posted 03 January 2003 - 12:45 PM
2002 CONFERENCE HANDOUTS
In response to popular demand, here are the handouts from several of the workshops presented at the 2002 SHP Conference. They include lots of lesson materials, cardsorts, role-plays (with scripts) and other lesson ideas, as well as Michael Warboys' important talk on 19th Century Public Health.
Dale Banham: Cunning planning at Key Stage Three
Ian Dawson: Active Medicine
Ian Dawson: Explaining why the Armada failed
Ian Dawson: Role-play on effects of Norman Conquest
Charlotte Evers: opportuntities for Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural development through History
Jerome Freeman (QCA) Continuing to Raise Standards in History
Tim Lomas: Better ways to Measure what we do in History
Ian Luff: Using Speaking & Listening effectively and with Rigour
Rob Martin: Material for Simulations on Queen Elizabeth and Mary Queen of Scots
Alun Morgan: Teaching and Learning using the Internet
Michael Riley: Witchcraft
Ben Walsh: Interpretations & ICT
Professor Michael Warboys: 19th Century Public Health Reform Reformed (a Powerpoint slide presentation)
Posted 03 January 2003 - 01:15 PM
Edited by Carole
Still not working (1.25pm), but it was OK when I made the original post so keep your fingers crossed
Edited by Carole Faithorn, 03 January 2003 - 01:24 PM.
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Posted 03 January 2003 - 04:02 PM
Posted 03 January 2003 - 04:25 PM
You shall go to the ball, Cinderella (aka Andrew)
Excellent - there is a great deal of useful material here. I would love to go to something like this - never had the chance.
See theirConference and Inset page. As you'll see, the conference is in early July so that gives you plenty of time for you to convince your SMT that you should go.
People teaching 'Crime and Punishment' may be interested in:
March 19th, 2003 . Teaching "Crime & Punishment" -Chris Culpin & Ian Dawson (Present and past Directors of SHP). A one day course devoted to developing strategies for more effective teaching of this increasingly successful Development Study. To Be held at the GALLERIES OF JUSTICE MUSEUM, NOTTINGHAM
(APPLICATION FORMS for all these INSET sessions are also available from:
Anne, Bean, INSET office, Trinity & All Saints College, Horsforth, Leeds, LS18 5HD Tel: 0117 283 7290)
Posted 04 January 2003 - 12:15 PM
I have now started to explore these more thoroughly. This idea from Ian Dawson (the man's a genius!) looks especially good.
Explaining why the Armada failed
People interested in Learning Styles (see this thread ) will be especially interested in its appeal for kinasthetic (sp?) learners.
People interested in following Ian Dawson's idea up may find this Channel 4 material on the Armada useful. Though there is, of course, masses of material about the Armada on the WWW including all the excellent material on Andrew's site
Edited by Carole Faithorn, 04 January 2003 - 01:53 PM.
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