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Why are you so angry Grace? Teaching and learning about Grace O’Malley as a significant woman at Key Stage 1.
, pp. 22-23. 0966-6559.
They did things differently then: diversity and challenge from Key Stage 1.
Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education.
(4), pp. 373-382. 0300-4279.
Teaching a controversial aspect of Irish history across Key Stages 1, 2 and 3: from justification to application.
Practical presented to:
European Association of History Educators (EUROCLIO) 15th Annual International Professional Development Conference: The Past in the Present: Identity, Diversity and Values Through History Teaching, University of the West of England, Bristol, 4 - 5 March 2008
Exploring significant individuals as heroes to challenge Anglo-centric norms in Key Stage 2 history (7 – 11).
Transforming History Teaching - Transforming Society.
Malta: University of Malta. pp. 19-32.
Refugees and evacuees: enhancing historical understanding through Irish historical fiction with Key Stage 2 and early Key Stage 3 pupils.
(2), pp. 103-112. 1475-7575.
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