Reflection | Rosalie Triolo
Editorial | Katrina Burge
Teaching History in a Culturally Diverse Classroom | Bronwyn Cook
The musings of a Victorian Government secondary school teacher of History.
A Differentiated Approach to Historical Inquiry | Dr Gemma Scarparolo
How to motivate and engage students through differentiation in historical inquiry
Using Data to Target Teaching | Ben Lawless
Effective assessment is the key to improved teaching and individualised learning
Challenges and Checklists: Implementing Differentiation | Dr Wouter Smets
Pedagogy provides a solid rationale for differentiated instruction in the History classroom, but this is not always an easy skill for teachers to acquire
Teaching from an Overflow: Develop, Deliver, Differentiate | Erin Bagot and Rodney Latham
Tried and tested techniques, combined with a love of history, make differentiated instruction rewarding for teachers as well as students.
Finding the Right Words: Literacy in the History Classroom | Alexis Watson and Stephania Johnson-Turner
Set your students up for success by implementing literacy strategies to improve historical understanding and skills.
A Spectrum of Inclusion: Strategies for Students with ASD | Amy Farrell
Flexibility, innovation and adaptation are key to creating an ASD-friendly classroom.
Social Scripts for Inclusive Excursions | Marilyn Price and Katie Dunning
The Old Treasury Building has created a practical and reassuring social script to help students (and teachers) prepare for a visit.
Gifted and Talented Students Will Succeed Anyway, Won’t They? | Myra Karantzas
Helping the students you might think don’t need any help.
A Student Perspective on Competitions | Albert Edgell-Taylor
A 2018 History Challenge prize-winner used personal challenges as an opportunity to excel.
Donkeys Can’t Fly on Planes | Mary Tomsic; Anna Dollard, Margaret Robson Kett and Georgia McRae
Children’s personal stories as sources for teaching histories of migration and forced displacement.
Five Reasons Why You Will Love Teaching Big History | Casey Lever
13.8 billion years of history, mapped to the Australian Curriculum.