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Doing Justice To History

Doing Justice To History

Doing Justice to History: developing an enquiry-based approach to teaching Black History in secondary schools. The book includes chapters on a range of important subjects in African, British, and American Black history. A key framework that shapes the book’s approach is the trio of Pugilists, Diggers, and Choreographers: those who campaign to have authentic Black history included in schools; those who unearth the sources for these neglected histories; and those who develop the enquiries that students will pursue in classrooms to learn this fascinating and vital work. Each chapter has sections that will support teachers in fulfilling each of these roles.

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Beyond the ‘Ragged Bundle’

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Migration, Empires and the People

Migration, Empires and the People

Create a stimulating, well-paced teaching route through the 2016 GCSE History specification using this tailor-made series that draws on a legacy of market-leading history textbooks and the individual subject specialisms of the author team to inspire student success.

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Unpacking the suitcase and finding history

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We have co-authored two articles in the national journal for secondary school history teachers, Teaching History:
Mohamud, A. and Whitburn, R. (2014) ‘Unpacking the suitcase and finding history: doing justice to the teaching of diverse histories in the classroom’, Teaching History 154, 40-46.

https://www.history.org.uk/secondary/resource/7268/unpacking-the-suitcase-and-finding-history

Whitburn, R., Hussain, M. and Mohamud, A. (2012) ‘Doing justice to history’: the learning of African history in a North London secondary school and teacher development in the spirit of Ubuntu, Teaching History, 146

https://www.history.org.uk/secondary/categories/606/resource/5432/doing-justice-to-history-the-learning-of-africa