The Spartacus Educational website provides a series of free history encyclopaedias. Entries usually include a narrative, illustrations and primary sources. The text within each entry is linked to other relevant pages in the encyclopaedia.
This site belongs to Sarah Barns. It's a space for various projects and reflections relating to spatial media, urban history and planning, and digital archives. In this land, they all connect. Thanks for visiting.
Decades of educational and cognitive research has found that there are 3 fundamental principles of learning. This book builds on this research and explores how these principles can be applied in teaching history in the primary classroom.
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