History Teaching

History Teachers Unite! We've Got Fake News To Fight

Nick Shepley | Posted 12.12.2016 | UK
Nick Shepley

Firstly, don't shield learners from misinformation, give them the skills to examine and dispose of it. Secondly spotlight the misinformers and do it publicly. Thirdly shout loud and proud (at parents evenings if necessary), that your job is to help thinkers think more clearly because at the end of the day, that will serve them better than anything else you can do in the classroom.

Felicity A Morse

Gove's Historical Research Based On Premier Inn Polls And Regurgitated Press Releases

HuffingtonPost.com | Felicity A Morse | Posted 13.05.2013 | UK Politics

Michael Gove has come under fire after basing claims that children had “disturbing historical ignorance” on a handful of PR surveys, including pol...