Monthly Archives: July 2015

The value of Knowledge Organizers for GCSE History

Set out below are ‘Knowledge Organizers’ for the IGCSE History course that I teach at my current school. The idea of creating knowledge organizers came from Joe Kirby, who outlines his rationale here. In short, they should contain absolutely essential facts … Continue reading

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ResearchEd New York April 2015

ResearchEd programme  1. Research informed curriculum design by Mary Whitehouse Click to hear audio of the session part 1 & part 2 2.  Transforming research into best practice for literacy design by Dr Diana Sisson and Dr Betsy Sisson Click here … Continue reading

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