Dr Marcus Collins (University of Loughborough) and Professor Jamie Wood (University of Lincoln) Universities are currently considering what teaching looks like after Covid and have explored teaching innovations necessitated by the pandemic. Less common, however, is an attempt to reconcile different perspectives of teachers and students. This project, initially funded by EMC and now alsoContinue reading “Post-Pandemic Pedagogy: Identifying Best Practice for History Teaching after Covid”
Dr Carol Beardmore (De Montfort University) and Professor Steven King (Nottingham Trent) This project, supported with EMC seedcorn funding, is a day workshop bringing together historians from across the East Midlands, landowners, and policymakers to explore the theme ‘Food Sustainability and Security: Past, Present, and Future’. The workshop also involves undergraduate, postgraduate taught, and postgraduateContinue reading “Food Sustainability and Security: Past, Present, and Future”
David Gehring and Hannah Nicholson, University of Nottingham Abstract This study investigated the use of participation marks (broadly understood) in assessment by HEIs in the UK. By means of two surveys – one for institutions in the East Midlands, one for the rest of the UK – staff members were asked questions about the perceivedContinue reading “Using Participation Marks as Assessment in History (UK)”
Online Workshop hosted by the University of Northampton, 25 June 2020 This online workshop brought together speakers and delegates to explore innovative approaches to teaching eighteenth-century History. Papers, which were pre-circulated, covered a range of different topics, including sensory history, material culture, using archival museum collections, and student engagement (see full list of papers below).