Less is More and No Student Left Behind

Dr David Gehring, University of Nottingham This blog is based on a presentation at the EMC History Teaching in the ‘Age of Covid’ workshop which was held in January 2021. It was also posted as part of the History UK Pandemic Pedagogy series. Think back to those halcyon days when we regularly taught in a classroom. We,Continue reading “Less is More and No Student Left Behind”

Delivering undergraduate teaching during the pandemic – some reflections

Dr Tim Reinke-Williams, University of Northampton This blog is based on a presentation at the EMC History Teaching in the ‘Age of Covid’ workshop which was held in January 2021. It was also posted as part of the History UK Pandemic Pedagogy series. This blog focuses on how the undergraduate History programme has been delivered at theContinue reading “Delivering undergraduate teaching during the pandemic – some reflections”

Oh, the places we will go! Running virtual field trips

Dr Ruth Larsen, University of Derby This blog is based on a presentation at the EMC History Teaching in the ‘Age of Covid’ workshop which was held in January 2021. It was also posted as part of the History UK Pandemic Pedagogy series. For staff and students alike, one particularly enjoyable element of some modules is theContinue reading “Oh, the places we will go! Running virtual field trips”

Compassion in the Classroom during COVID

Dr Emma Battell Lowman, University of Leicester This blog is based on a presentation at the EMC History Teaching in the ‘Age of Covid’ workshop which was held in January 2021. It was also posted as part of the History UK Pandemic Pedagogy series. I’m a big fan of Dr Theo Gilbert’s work on theContinue reading “Compassion in the Classroom during COVID”

History Assessment Workshop

Monday 17 January 2022 1-3:30pm, Microsoft Teams Assessment plays a pivotal role in Higher Education and it is generally agreed that diversity in assessment is crucial. In recent years there have been some innovative and diverse assessments in history degrees, although traditional essays and exams tend to be the default. This workshop will explore differentContinue reading “History Assessment Workshop”