History Teaching in Higher Education: Breaking Down the Barriers to Progression and Dialogue
Author: Alan Booth and David Nicholls
Type: Conference Report
This paper represents the views of two overlapping constituencies – the history section of the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for History, Classics and Archaeology and the nine historians who are National Teaching Fellows (four of whom are members of the Subject Centre History Advisory Panel). Its purpose is to assist the history community to think creatively about how we might build upon recent successes in history education, with a view to enhancing student learning and attainment in our discipline and strengthening the presence of the subject in our schools and universities.
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