Visit the Pearson stand at the 2019 Historical Association Conference

Mon Jan 14 12:09:00 UTC 2019

We're looking forward to seeing you at the 2019 Historical Association Conference in Chester on 17 and 18 May 2019.

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Historical Association Annual Conference 2019

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Join the debate and enter our free prize draw

Giving you an opportunity to network with other teachers and hear from industry experts, the conference will give you a chance to take part in our #talkhistory poll and join the debate on the future of GCSE History.

Plus, you can enter our free prize draw – where you could win over £140-worth of Target intervention workbooks – by completing our online survey. All delegates that complete the survey will also receive free GCSE and A level materials on assessing sources and interpretations. Ask a member of the Pearson team for details.

You'll also have the chance to take a closer look at our Pearson Edexcel qualifications, including:


Come along to our GCSE and A level workshops

You’ll be able to learn more about the Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9–1) and AS/A level History specifications at our workshops (times to be announced soon), which will look at how sources and interpretations are assessed in the GCSE and A level specifications. We will look at marked exemplars to consider some common barriers and pitfalls as well as what makes a high level response.  


Hear from our experts

You'll be able to talk to our History experts on the Pearson stand, and learn more about the Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9–1) and AS/A level History specifications at our workshops:

GCSE History: guidance on sources and interpretations (Friday 17 May – session 2 – 12.15pm to 13.15pm, FSPE2)

This workshop will look at how sources and interpretations are assessed in the Pearson Edexcel GCSE History specification. We will look at marked exemplars to consider some common barriers and pitfalls as well as what makes a high level response.

A level History: guidance on sources and interpretations (Saturday 18 May – session 2 – 12.15pm to 13.15pm, SSPE2) 

This workshop will look at how sources and interpretations are assessed in the Pearson Edexcel A level History specification. We will look at marked exemplars to consider some common barriers and pitfalls as well as what makes a high level response.

Find out more about the 2019 Historical Association Conference

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