The SATH Conference is back! Save the date… Saturday 18th November, Lady Haig’s Poppy Factory, Edinburgh. Watch this space for further details!
The 2021 SATH Conference was our second held digitally, and like the 2020 Conference aimed to bring together a mix of longer presentations with short ‘bites’; academics… Read more “2021 SATH Conference”
At SATH, we’re conscious that in Scottish History, like History elsewhere, Scottish women have often been side-lined, or we have heard very little about their contribution. We… Read more “Women’s Challenge”
Last week (towards the end of May) we put out a poll to see what experiences people were having of teaching in lockdown. The reason for this… Read more “Lockdown Poll”
It seems most communications we read or receive these days refer to the ‘strange times’ we are in, and although I hate to be cliched, there’s no… Read more “SATH in Lockdown”
Here you’ll find basic guides to Google Classroom and Teams. Both these tools offer wonderful opportunities at times of normal teaching, but of course now they are… Read more “Guide to Google Classroom and Teams”
We’re delighted to announce our 2019 conference will be on the 16th November, held back at the High School of Glasgow. Sign up on Eventbrite here.
We are delighted to be back at the High School of Glasgow for this year’s SATH Conference, with Martin Pugh rejoining us, and Saul David making his… Read more “SATH Conference – 17th November 2018”
These powerpoints provide a good start for varied approaches to teaching History in the classroom, focusing on Active Skills Development in the subject. They are posted here… Read more “Active Skills Development resource”
We hope you are as excited about our Autumn conference as we are! Below is the programme, and you can buy tickets immediately by using Eventbrite here.… Read more “SATH Autumn Conference 2017”