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Past Forward: a vision for school history 2002-2012

Harris, Richard J. and Riley, Michael (eds.) (2003) Past Forward: a vision for school history 2002-2012, London, Historical Association, 51pp.

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Abstract

The Past Forward conference was a celebration of recent trends in history teaching and a chance to reflect critically on where history education needs to go. The conference was attended by over 130 leading figures from the world of history education, including many teachers and heads of history, academic historians, representatives from the DfES, the QCA, the examination boards, teacher training, LEAs, publishers and other organisations. The seminar discussions were focused on history for all, continuity and progression, GCSE, AS/A2, university and school history, historical significance, citizenship and identity, interpretations, ICT and print and electronic resources

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Published date: 2003
Keywords: history for all, continuity and progression in history, history GCSE, history AS/A2, university and school history, historical significance, history citizenship and identity, historical interpretations, history and ICT, history and print and electronic resources

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Local EPrints ID: 12453
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/12453
PURE UUID: b78b5d90-2821-41ee-bb7b-5b1c41099f5f

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Date deposited: 17 Nov 2004
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 17:03

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Editor: Richard J. Harris
Editor: Michael Riley

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