Exploring cross-cultural encounters through historical consciousness: How can this advance teaching and learning for race equality in Britain?

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The paper presentation articulates my approaches to research and findings from my professional doctorate work and thesis entitled: Examining experiences and perceptions of migration and settlement in Britain: How can this assist teaching and learning in Key Stage 2 history? (Moncrieffe, 2017, University of Reading, Institute of Education). The rationale for the study arrived by my critical analysis of the Key Stage 2 history curriculum (DfE, 2013). I was particularly interested in the aims and contents of the document and how policymakers had framed teaching the story of Britain’s past and the role of migration and settlement within this.
Original languageEnglish
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Publication statusPublished - 11 Sep 2017
EventBERA Annual Conference 2017 - Race, Ethnicity and Education - University of Sussex, 5th-7th September 2017
Duration: 1 Nov 2017 → …

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ConferenceBERA Annual Conference 2017 - Race, Ethnicity and Education
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