Monday December 9 2013
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- IOE Centre for Holocaust Education News
- Oxford Journals, Holocaust and Genocide Studies Most Frequently Read Articles
- BBC Education News
- Google News on 'Holocaust'
- News on Human Rights (Yahoo)
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What are schools saying about the CPD?
"Really superb - probably the best INSET I've been on. Has given me just the sort of ideas I was looking for."
John Newham, History Teacher
"An excellent day, very thought provoking - extending my knowledge but also giving me a wealth of inspirational ideas to bring to my students."
Sarah Benny, RE Teacher
"Highly motivational and appropriate delivery and information that makes the Holocaust more 'accessible' to pupils."
Melina Gillam, RS Teacher
"Thank you, an absolutely fascinating, inspiring and practical day!"
Hannah Goatly, History Teacher
"A moving workshop and very inspiring. I can't wait to teach the Holocaust next term using these materials and ideas as the basis of my scheme of work....I feel much more comfortable with teaching the Holocaust in a meaningful and respectful yet historical way."
Sonia Winter, Subject Leader for history.
"This was brilliant! I think this consolidates for me a career's thinking about teaching Nazi Germany."
Sarah Sutcliffe, Head of History
"Excellent. Thought-provoking, insightful. Such a valuable CPD. Thank you."
Amanda Zincraft, English Teacher
"This CPD has been excellent. I have really enjoyed each session and have learnt so much. I cannot wait to begin using this knowledge with my students."
Leigh Siddon, Humanities Teacher.
"1. This has been an amazing experience. 2. It will definitely change my practice (it already has) + I hope it will change practice in my school too. 3. Thank you to everyone involved."
Sarah Stanbridge, English Teacher
"I am really pleased that I took advantage of this fantastic CPD opportunity. It has opened my eyes and indeed my knowledge AND given me super ideas to implement into our curriculum."
Catherine Abrahams, Head of History
"This course has been superb. I really feel I have not only gained new knowledge and understanding but also have been given a wide range of useable resources that will allow me to pass on this knowledge to students."
Alison Holmes, Special School Teacher
"The materials produced are particularly helpful -ready for classroom use by teachers... I hope that they have a similar impact upon pupils as they did upon me."
David Yaroslaw, Head of Dept. RE
"The CPD is one of the best courses I have attended. It gave really useful activities and ideas for the classroom with just the right amount of theory."
Keziah Williamson, History Teacher
"The CPD course has given me many ideas that I can adapt and use to make the teaching of the Holocaust relevant and interesting. It included very good ideas on how to adapt existing lesson ideas e.g. defining bystanders and really understanding what that meant during the time of the atrocities."
Janis Simpson, RE Teacher
"The CPD was outstanding and really did make me re-consider how I taught the Holocaust."
Anthony Smith, History Teacher
"Fantastic ideas and resources to put that into place. I have used this with some difficult Yr9 classes who have been intrigued from the beginning and have come up with some thoughtful questions."
Rachel Tripp, History Teacher
"I have discovered a different way to approach the teaching of the Holocaust. I have abandoned shock tactics and will embrace the personal accounts. Using one person’s journey is very powerful."
Jenny Coleman, RE Teacher
"The course gave me a greater depth of knowledge and some brilliant new ideas for teaching."
Amy Graves, History Teacher