Thinking about ... curriculum change

September 2013
Teaching History;Sep2013, Issue 152, p4
The article discusses online resources for teachers available at the website of the periodical "Teaching History," with a particular focus on resources for planning curriculum changes. The author suggests articles in downloadable back issues of the journal dealing with such topics as lesson activities and teaching local history. Revisions to Great Britain's National Curriculum for history are also discussed.


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