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Roehampton MA course
Evaluating evidence: working with documents from the archives
This groundbreaking course, run in partnership with Roehampton University, will give you the chance to create bespoke enquiries for your students based on original documents that you have found in the Archives. As well as being awarded 20 Masters level credits on successful completion of the course, your resources will be published here, on The National Archives' award-winning education website.
- Analyse educational research about children's understanding of historical evidence: what does it tell you about how to help your students make progress?
- Evaluate The National Archives' education workshops: how do they relate to the research findings?
- Create your own enquiry: search the archives for interesting documents and come up with an engaging, challenging task
- Assess your students' understanding of evidence: how has your new enquiry brought about progression in their ideas?
- Publish your resources on The National Archives education website
- Saturday 5 May 2012 at Roehampton University
- Saturday 23 June 2012 at The National Archives, Kew
- Saturday 21 July 2012 at Roehampton University
Who is eligible?
This course is open to all History teachers in both the secondary and primary sectors. You can either take it as part of the MA Education at Roehampton, or as a stand-alone CPD course with Masters accreditation (20 credits).
How do you apply?
Contact Ali Messer, Senior Lecturer - History Education, Roehampton University, for more information: A.Messer@roehampton.ac.uk
Applications must be received before 20 April 2012.