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Ruth Lingard and Helen Snelson have presented their work on teaching a representative and coherent British 17th century for the HA at the 2021 Virtual Conference. All the resources accompanying the session are free to download from this blogpost. You can find the link to a folder of all the resources here. In the folder … Continue reading Teaching a more representative and coherent British 17th Century
Huge thanks to Daisy Kemp and the volunteer history undergraduate team (Hannah, James, Madeline, Molly, Nell and Niamh) at the University of York. They have worked hard this term to create podcasts for keen school historians. Three podcasts are now loaded here on the YorkClio History Nerds site with supplementary materials. Each one has been … Continue reading Podcasts for A Level students
Richard Kerridge spoke to YorkClio teachers in March 2021. Here is his PPT giving a flavour of some of the many, many ideas he shared: Teaching History to Low Attainers
The current York PGCE history students have been working with local history and have created some resources to use with their pupils in the next few weeks. You might enjoy browsing their afternoon’s work. Consett Iron and Steel Works Harewood House Huntington History Learning Thirsk Railway History of Selby Spain – The Alhambra St Robert … Continue reading Enjoying local history!