History Lessons: Teaching Diversity in and through the History National Curriculum’Citation formats

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History Lessons: Teaching Diversity in and through the History National Curriculum’. / Alexander, Claire; Weekes-Bernard, Debbie; Chatterji, Joya.

London : Runnymede Trust, 2015. 21 p. (Runnymede Perspectives).

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Alexander, C, Weekes-Bernard, D & Chatterji, J 2015, History Lessons: Teaching Diversity in and through the History National Curriculum’. Runnymede Perspectives, Runnymede Trust, London.

APA

Alexander, C., Weekes-Bernard, D., & Chatterji, J. (2015). History Lessons: Teaching Diversity in and through the History National Curriculum’. (Runnymede Perspectives). Runnymede Trust.

Vancouver

Alexander C, Weekes-Bernard D, Chatterji J. History Lessons: Teaching Diversity in and through the History National Curriculum’. London: Runnymede Trust, 2015. 21 p. (Runnymede Perspectives).

Author

Alexander, Claire ; Weekes-Bernard, Debbie ; Chatterji, Joya. / History Lessons: Teaching Diversity in and through the History National Curriculum’. London : Runnymede Trust, 2015. 21 p. (Runnymede Perspectives).

Bibtex

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