Free Online CPD Course for teachers: The First World War (January)
First World War e-cpd
An online training course for teachers interested in improving their subject knowledge. The course incorporates 8 units, is rich in archival and academic materials and is Free of Charge.
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Free CPD Course for teachers: The First World War
October course full.
Book now to guarantee a place on the January course.
This online cpd course provides teachers with an overview of the latest historiography, archive material and teaching ideas relating to the First World War. It draws on materials from leading providers to develop subject knowledge. Teaching and learning issues relating to key areas are discussed across the different strands that are explored.
Whilst this course is not aimed at any particular key stage or exam specification, the teaching and learning element of each unit will enable you to take away practical ideas that can be used in your classroom. The ideas contained within the units include tried and tested teaching activities, articles that theorise approaches and suggestions for new approaches.
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The cpd course runs on our Moodle site. Your access details will be sent to the e-mail address you register with.
Units on the course:
- Causes of the First World War. Historiography.
- A Global Conflict.
- Trench Warfare
- Medicine in the First World War
- Changing Nature of Warfare
- Archives, Articles and Academia. Using a historians tools in the classroom
- Rethinking the causes of the First World War. An alternative approach and exercise.
The material in each unit draws from various academic sources. Course participants can access as much or as little of it as they wish to. The course will focus on one topic per week. This allows enough time to access materials without it being too much extra work. Participating in the discussion forums will form a key role in ensuring that everyone takes away as much as possible from this training.
Course starts in January 2019. Book now by entering your details.
Each run course will be limited to 50 users.
Our reference materials on the First World War.