Imaginative and effective A-level teaching strategies

To see the 5 principles below exemplified in the 12 top teaching strategies, download the illustrated PowerPoint presentation so that you can use it at departmental meetings and can add you own to it. A companion file offering another 18 new innovative ideas will be uploaded shortly.

5 principles for effective teaching:

a. Lessons being reserved for application not acquisition

b. There is a high level of student to student interaction, less mediated through the teacher

c. Students have to think about the criteria that make for good history

d. Students make and sustain historical claims

e. Students are involved in assessing each others’ work using criteria they become familiar with

Resources

 Teaching AS and A2 history  [gview file=”https://test.keystagehistory.co.uk/Resources/AS-A2r2.ppt” height=”600px” width=”730px” save=”1″ cache=”0″]

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