Date: Thursday 23 – Thursday 30 April
About this Event
An exchange of information between history teachers in schools and universities to enhance understanding about Curriculum development.
This free event organised by the Royal Historical Society, is designed to support an exchange of information between history teachers in schools and universities in order to enhance understanding about issues in curriculum development in and between these two educational phases.
Originally designed as a one-day workshop to be held on 23 April at the RHS offices, the event will now be happening virtually from 23-30 April. During this time attendees with login details will have access to all the presentations and speakers’ focus questions, and will be given the opportunity to join the online discussion board. We hope that this flexible format will allow as many people as possible to contribute and engage in the topics.
Subjects will include:
- transitions between phases
- equality, diversity and inclusion
- the new A level syllabus
- the Society’s forthcoming Teaching Portal and how you can contribute to it
The event will be held online, with a series of short presentations designed to both inform and prompt participants to contribute to the online discussion.
Please register to attend this event on Eventbrite.