Dan Lyndon has been working on a project with the British Museum to create some materials to go with their Indian artefacts. More on this at the SHP conference in London on November 24th. Students looked at warrior helmets and then designed their own.
John Heffernan next, all the way from Northern Ireland. His links: linkbun.ch/ffkk
Podcasts and resources available on a variety of topics of Irish history from 1912-1923.
Adam O’Connor now on Austerity Apps. Voicethread: put a question on, students can respond with a voice clip. Timetoast: good for Christienological skills. goAnimate. Newsmap: maps news stories from all over the world. Capzule let’s you create your own time capsule. Photobabble: Adam showed me thuis in my session yesterday and it’s definitely worth playing with! Look at the Vital History Site for more.
Michael McIntyre: works for an organisation that focuses on education around genocide. Promote history in an interdisciplinary setting.
Freely downloadable teaching strategies from the website. I missed the link though…will edit in later.
@JulestheTeacher talks about impact of SHP 2011. She has used SOLO taxonomy after Neal Watkin shared it. She has put card sorts on hexagons instead of squares.