Marshall Mateer’s wonderful ‘Aladin’s Cave’ of a site, filled with useful and interesting information, showing how to use digital technology.
Just found this site, I feel sure it can be used for research, especially for the rather neglected period of the first half of the 20th Century
Set up in 1972 to bring new life to school history, the Schools History Project continues to play an innovatory role in history education.
The Project is based on the belief that learning history should be an enjoyable and life-enhancing experience for all young people. It campaigns for an inclusive and diverse school history curriculum which connects history to students’ lives.
THE UK History tachers discussion forum, for sharing ideas and views, extremely useful, many thanks to the administrators who keep the standards high.
TimeMaps prodce animated historical maps, placed on interactive timelines, narrating history as it happened and bringing it to life in a new and dramatic way. Designed to enhance historical knowledge and further chronological understanding, this new series of resources are ideal for Interactive White Boards in the classroom and also for individual study both at home and at school.
Alf Wilkinson’s site, dedicated to better history teaching and learning. There is plenty of interest, as well as top class teaching resources: some are free, some require a small fee. I love this site for its ethos, it is like every teachers resource cupboard, it have lots of stuff that can be used, but is not in any strict order, so one can root around in a box for one thng and find something else. Thanks Alf.
Night Witches – From the BBC world service, about Female Russian pilots
@dajbelshaw ‘s #movemeon book – simply outstanding