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60 second histories
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date: 24 Jun 2016
Squaducation – #Squadgoals….. as the kids say! I was first introduced to Squaducation via Twitter, after a suggestion by a fellow History teacher to follow their account and check out their website.  When I and three other History teachers came together to organise the first national Teach Meet for History Teachers, #TMHistoryIcons, we wanted...
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date: 17 Jun 2016
  “Such is the success of these clips that students ask if we have any clips when we start a new topic and their recall of information in assessed pieces is excellent and when asked in student panels what helps them learn KS3 students have mentioned the 60 second history clips every time.”   By Rachel Crouch, Head of History, Severn Vale School  ...
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date: 20 May 2016
  By: Matthew Elliott, Head of History, King Edward VI School, Bury St. Edmunds   The 60 second histories produced by the team at Squaducation have been a real boon to us both within the classroom and in our planning for next year. We are currently an upper school and have used the WWI films extensively. In their brevity they offer something...
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date: 11 Mar 2016
  “60 Second Histories is a safe, go-to resource for media clips, as the accessible bank of characters negates the need to spend time searching the Internet.”   By David Whineray, Subject Leader History, Hounsdown School   Kevin has been bringing history to life for our students for four years, and has become such a hit with the students that they...
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date: 18 Feb 2016
"It is lovely to know that when teaching a history topic, that the 60 Second Histories resource bank of videos, lesson plan ideas and support notes are always available to us at the click of a button."  By Heena Chauhan, Park Hall Junior Academy, Walsall   At Park Hall Junior Academy, we have been teaching the children about the Anglo-Saxons and...
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  • Case Study
  • Education
  • General