Good practice case study: Diversifying the curriculum and engaging students through archives and object handling

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Clements, CR and Brewis, G (2017). Good practice case study: Diversifying the curriculum and engaging students through archives and object handling. in: Krcmar, K (ed.) The Inclusivity Gap Aberdeen, Scotland Inspired By Learning.
AuthorsClements, CR and Brewis, G
EditorsKrcmar, K
Abstract

This chapter examines the results of a UCL Liberating the Curriculum grant which aimed to make the curriculum more inclusive via the use of archives and object handling. The chapter describes the aims and methods used by the researchers and the ways in which their findings can be used to facilitate best practice in inclusive history teaching.

Keywordsdiversity; inclusivity; history; teaching; object handling; archives
Year2017
Book titleThe Inclusivity Gap
PublisherInspired By Learning
Place of publicationAberdeen, Scotland
ISBN978-1-909876-10-1
Publication process dates
Deposited20 Jul 2018
Accepted19 Oct 2017
Accepted author manuscript
License
CC BY 4.0
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