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The following articles and book chapters have been published.

Fordham, M. (2016) ‘Cunning Plan for Developing an A Level in Medieval History’ in Teaching History, 163

Fordham, M. (2016) ‘Assessment’ in Debates in History Teaching, 2nd Edition. ed. Davies, I, London: Routledge

Fordham, M. (2016) ‘Knowledge and Language: being historical with substantive concepts’ in MasterClass in History. ed. Burn, K., Chapman, A., & Counsell, C., London: Bloomsbury

Fordham, M., (2016) ‘Tradition, authority and disciplinary practice in history education’, Educational Philosophy and Theory

Fordham, M., (2015) ‘Curriculum theory, educational traditionalism and the academic disciplines: reviving the liberal philosophy of education’ in Essays Presented to ED Hirsch, Policy Exchange

Fordham, M. (2015) ‘Realising and extending Stenhouse’s vision of teacher research: the case of British history teachers’, British Journal Educational Research

Fordham, M. (2015) ‘Teachers and the academic disciplines’, Journal of Philosophy of Education

Fordham, M. (2014) ‘‘But why then?’ Chronological context and historical interpretations’, Teaching History, 156

Fordham, M. (2013) ‘O brave new world, without those levels in’t: where now for Key Stage 3 assessment’, in Curriculum Supplement to Teaching History, 153

Burn, K., Fordham, M. & McCrory, C. (2013) ‘Planning and teaching linear GCSE: inspiring interest, maximising memory and practising productively’, in Teaching History, 150

Fordham, M. (2012) ‘Disciplinary history and the situation of history teachers’, in Education Sciences, 2 (4)

Fordham, M. (2012) ‘Out went Caesar and in came the Conqueror, though I’m sure something happened in-between: a case study in professional thinking’, in Teaching History, 147

Cassedy, L., Flaherty, C., and Fordham, M. (2011) ‘Seeing a historical world: exploring how students perceive the relationship between historical interpretations’, in Teaching History, 142

Fordham, M. (2007)  ‘Peacekeeping and order on the Anglo-Welsh frontier in the early tenth century’, in Midland History, 32

Fordham, M. (2007) ‘Slaying dragons and sorcerers in Year 12: in search of historical argument’, in Teaching History, 128

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