A Unique Training Opportunity for History Teachers!

"A History Teacher's Toolbox: effective, practical and creative ideas to use in your classroom".

A hands-on training course delivered by Russel Tarr, full-time history teacher and author of ActiveHistory and ClassTools and the best-selling 'History Teaching Toolbox'.

Are you a history teacher keen to spend a day trying out some fresh and creative techniques and resources to use in your classroom? I am delivering a training day to showcase some of the most effective techniques and resources that I have been using with my own students!

The course will take place in central Sheffield, UK at a dedicated training center. Refreshments and a buffet lunch will be provided.

The course will cover such things as:

  • Using "Escape the Room" scenarios in the history classroom
  • Engaging strategies for reading, note-taking and essay-writing
  • Simple decision-making and strategy games
  • Tools for prioritisation, categorisation, analysis
  • Meaningful roleplay techniques
  • Fresh approaches to debating
  • Creative homework strategies
  • Teaching through images and mapwork
  • Effective cross-curricular projects with other departments
  • The potential of social media: Twitter and Facebook
  • 60 tools in 60 minutes

Testimonials

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Free for every delegate: a copy of my book "A History Teaching Toolbox"

In the past five years I have trained over 350 teachers in the UK and in Europe, the vast majority of whom have rated the courses as "excellent".

Sheffield, UK, Friday 22nd March 2019 (9.30-15.30)

This course is limited to a maximum of 15 delegates!
To reserve your place, click one of the buttons below.

DELEGATE PRICE: £199+VAT*
Each delegate will also receive a complimentary copy of my latest book - "A History Teacher's Toolbox, Volume 2"
*Note: VAT is fully reclaimable by most UK schools.


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