Teaching History - special edition
Members of the IOE's Holocaust education team, Paul Salmons and Kay Andrews, were invited to co-edit the Historical Association's journal Teaching History in a special edition that explores innovative and effective approaches to teaching about the Holocaust in and outside of the classroom.
Teaching History is the most prestigious journal for history teachers in the UK.
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Articles and features include:
DAVID WATERS: Berlin and the Holocaust: A sense of space?
IAN PHILLIPS: A question of attribution: working with ghetto photos, images and imagery.
CHRIS EDWARDS AND SIOBHAN O'DOWD: The edge of knowing: investigating students' prior knowledge of the Holocaust.
PETER MORGAN: How can we deepen and broaden post-16 students' historical engagement with the Holocaust? Developing a rationale and methods for using film.
WOLF KAISER: Nazi perpetrators in Holocaust education.
DAVID CESARANI: Polychronicon - 'Adolf Eichmann: the making of a genocidaire'
KAY ANDREWS: Finding a place for the victim: building a rationale for educational visits to Holocaust-related sites.
ALICE PETTIGREW: Limited lessons from the Holocaust? Critically considering the 'anti-racist' and citizenship potential.
PAUL SALMONS: Universal meaning or historical understanding? The Holocaust in history and history in the curriculum.