This is an interesting read – Research influences on Classroom Practices Pt2 Continue reading Professional Reading
This is an interesting read about the value of the Humanities – The Great Betrayal Continue reading Young Academics Great Betrayal
Innerpeffray Library in Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland’s oldest free public lending library, has released a new video which condenses 300 years of history into three minutes. founded by David Drummond 3rd Lord Madertie c.1680. Its collections range from 16th-century texts through to modern books, on subjects including farming, witchcraft, medicine and history. This Living Library charts three centuries in Scotland’s history, with a video tour of history … Continue reading 300 year of Scottish History in 3 Minutes
HistoryToday has put together a list of some of the their favourite history apps, suitable both for general interest and to help you conduct your own research. Enjoy them! – See more at HistoryToday Continue reading Best history Apps
We all use video in classes, from time to time, and often ask our students to take notes while watching. This app, integrated with Google Drive, allows students to watch the video and take notes at the same time, these are automatically synchronised with the video and if they need to revisit the video will automatically jump to the appropriate place when the note is … Continue reading Synchronising Video and Notes
Find, remember, honour. If you had family that fought in World War I then take a look at this new site by the RSA. The Shadow Battalion, allows us to find our ancestors, remember their actions and honour their service to our country. Take a few minutes to visit this site and remember your ANZAC, or an ANZAC from another family. Continue reading Shadow Battalion
The OHTA site is now to be found here! We will be updating this regularly with new programmes, assessments, links etc over the coming days and weeks. If you have anything that you would like to see on this site, then let us know 🙂 Continue reading Welcome back!