This seminar is the final of our Autumn 2020 Teaching Black British History series. Building on our opening event in our Autumn 2020 Teaching Black British History series, we are opening up another conversation among history teachers and history researchers. This will also be a listening session, in which four teachers discuss antiracist pedagogy and the ways that they have brought Black British history into their classrooms. We anticipate that, like our first event focused on schoolteachers, that the session will be a space for brainstorming, introductions, and discussion that we hope can continue in the months and years to come.
Patrice Gonzales is a history teacher at a South-London secondary academy, and she is currently studying for a Masters in Black British History at Goldsmiths University, London. She is passionate about putting an end to Black British history being ostracised within the discipline - desiring for greater moves towards it being celebrated and embedded in to the UK curriculum.
DJ Morgan is a KS2 teacher from London who has worked in Primary and Secondary schools for 10 years.
Anna Harrison is a curriculum Coordinator and teacher at an alternative provision school in east London. Anna has worked in education for over 10 years. At the centre of her practice is pastoral care and well-being.
Thabo Stuck is a history teacher at a secondary school in south London.
Please note that registration for this seminar will close 24 hours
in advance so that a meeting link can be distributed by the seminar convenors 12-24 hours in advance. For security reasons, please do not pass the link on to other people.
All welcome- this seminar is free to attend but advance registration is required.