Terry Haydn is a Professor of Education at the School of Education and Professional Development at the University of East Anglia. He taught in an inner-city comprehensive school in Manchester for many years, before moving to the Institute of Education, University of London. He moved to UEA in 1996. His main research interests are in the history curriculum, the use of new technology in history teaching, and the working atmosphere in schools and classrooms.
The main section of this site is primarily designed to be of assistance or interest to history PGCE students and mentors in the UEA Secondary Partnership, but it might be of use or interest to those involved in similar courses elsewhere.If you are interested in any aspect of the History PGCE course at UEA, please follow the link below. There is also a section of the site which focuses on 'Teachers researching disaffection', a summary of aspects of the TTA funded NASC Project, a link to the NCSL funded 'Do Different'Networked Learning Community Project, and a link to a EU funded project on pupil disaffection, 'Descol'.
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