9 February 2019
Tickets £40 / £30 concessions for PGCE students
Teacher CPD: using history and enquiry skills to deepen students’ understanding of conflict
How do we extract diverse stories from a history using the resources available?
How do we use technology and sources to maximise impact when teaching war and conflict?
Join IWM for a new training and development day with experts from History Education, OFSTED, and more.
Utilising the rich stories and collections of Imperial War Museums this Teacher CPD event will deepen your subject area knowledge and equip you with new tools and ideas to widen students’ understanding of war and conflict.
Delivered and created by leading figures in education and culture, this practical day will look at maximising the impact that teaching war and conflict can have on learners through diversity and different narratives, by utilising digital technology and sources.
- An opening keynote address from author and activist Dame Elizabeth Nneka Anionwu about her life and work, considering her identity and the representation of different narratives in history.
- A session from Stephen Lee, OFSTED’s Senior Inspector of Education and previous National Lead for History, addressing what makes an effective KS3 history curriculum.
- A workshop devised to develop historical learning through the use of digital technologies in and beyond the classroom; delivered by Ben Walsh, teacher, author and digital technology expert.
- Bespoke take away resources developed to use in your classroom.
- A chance to create your own mini documentary using IWM’s new Documentary Challenge schools session.
- A panel discussion exploring teaching diverse stories within war and conflict histories.
- Networking opportunities.
- Lunch and an afternoon drinks reception are included.
Tickets for the event are £40 / £30 concessions for PGCE students and can be purchased here.
Concession tickets: Please bring proof that you are a PGCE Student and/or Teacher in Training.
To read more about our guest speakers, click here