Teaching the Global Middle Ages to Key Stage 3

Teaching the Global Middle Ages to Key Stage 3

One of our network members, Professor John Watts (Oxford), recently teamed up with David Gimson, a History teacher at Cheney School in Oxford, to enable students in Key Stage 3 to discuss the Global Middle Ages.

John and David worked together on an article about their experience which appeared in Teaching History.

Taking new historical research into the classroom: getting medieval (and global) at Key Stage 3
Teaching History 156, September 2014, The Historical Association

For further information and back issues see Teaching History Journal

Network Publication: Past & Present Supplement

We are pleased to announce the publication of a supplementary issue of the journal Past & Present on ‘The Global Middle Ages’ – currently accessible online here and available in print soon. Co-edited by Catherine Holmes (Oxford) and Naomi Standen (Birmingham), the supplement applies the study of global history to the pre-modern world through a series of thematic chapters incorporating a wide range of periods and regions. Read more






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