The History Teachers’ Book Club

As our final blogpost of the year we are really pleased to celebrate the great initiative that is 'The History Teachers' Book Club'. Lots of colleagues have been enjoying the collegiality of developing their subject knowledge this way. Thanks to Simon Beale, Andrew Sweet and Anne Hooper for this 'History of the History Teachers' Book... Continue Reading →

Free 20thC Britain timeline

Sometimes on #OBHD we get the chance to share quality resources that colleagues have made. Thanks to Mary Brown (@MissBHist) for this one: C20th overview card sort      C20th overview glossary It's designed to address the themes of: conflict, empire, ideas and beliefs, migration, everyday life and power across the century. It's been planned for... Continue Reading →

Maps to make WW1 a truly WORLD war

In this post Jason Todd, PGCE Tutor at Oxford University and member of Secondary Committee, gives really helpful advice about how to make your teaching of World War One less limited to the Western Front, and therefore more accurate and respectful to the past, without rewriting everything you do and adding much time to the... Continue Reading →

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