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CFP "History Fun & Games" Special Section of Teaching History: A Journal of Methods Deadline March 31

Call For Papers Special Section "History Fun and Games" of Teaching History: A Journal of Methods The Fall 2023 issue of Teaching History: A Journal of Methods will include a special section consisting of original research articles, expert interviews, and student reflection essays about teaching and learning history with games.

Teaching Tuesdays #5

Teaching Tuesdays

Happy Teaching Tuesday!

Including a tip this week from my presentation at last week's virtual workshop on "Teaching with Primary Sources."  

For students to successfully analyze a primary source, they need to make sure they have sufficient background information on the document. To remind students, I tell them every time they approach a primary source they should think "WTF?" This is both a fun reminder that at first they might not know what they are getting into, but a more practical memory tool to identify:

Teaching Tuesdays - recap (1-4)

Teaching Tuesdays

Teaching Tuesdays is now a blog! I am recapping previous tips below.

Keep an eye out for a brand new blog post tomorrow.

Teaching Tuesdays #1

Welcome to Teaching Tuesdays! We will share a short tip on teaching every week. If you have a useful tip, please send it to editorial-teach@mail.h-net.org. Wishing everyone a productive new year!

Here is our first tip from H-teach editor, Brad Cartwright:

Open access book: Holocaust Education: Contemporary challenges and controversies (UCL Press)

UCL Press is pleased to announce an open access book that is likely to be of interest to list subscribers: Holocaust Education: Contemporary challenges and controversies, edited by Stuart Foster, Andy Pearce, and Alice Pettigrew. Download it free: https://bit.ly/3YtBHfk


Holocaust Education: Contemporary challenges and controversies

Edited by Stuart Foster, Andy Pearce, and Alice Pettigrew