History UK is looking to build on the Pandemic Pedagogy project by exploring the continuing impact of Covid-19 on teaching history in higher education. We are inviting short blog posts (300-500 words long) and/or podcasts/videos (c. 3-5 minutes long) that address how the pandemic has change or affected subject specific teaching practice in History and cognate disciplines.
Such contributions could include but is not limited to:
- learning and teaching environments: the socially distanced classroom, online, hybrid and hy-flex
- diversity and inclusivity
- technology and software or high tech versus low tech
- assessment methods
- activities beyond the classroom (e.g. field trips)
- student engagement
- health and wellbeing – staff and students
- student communities
- collaborative learning
- the ways in which students have perceived, understood, and responded to the changes and challenges
If you would like to contribute to the next phase of pandemic pedagogy, please email Dr Sarah Holland (firstname.lastname@example.org), History UK’s Education Officer.
We are hoping to begin to release the blog posts/podcasts/videos from mid-January 2021.