Teaching Historical Geography, is a living project, launched by the Historical Geographies Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG), with funding and support from the Higher Education Academy and the RGS-IBG. It supports the delivery of historically sensitive teaching and learning in geography through ideas and resources for teachers, and advice and inspiration for students, across a range of methods, sources and opportunities.
The resources made by this project are now available via the RGS-IBG website, as part of their higher education teaching & learning resources.
- Working with household account books, by Briony McDonagh
- Encouraging curiosity and nurturing relevance, by David Matless
- Landscape interpretation of historical OS maps, by Briony McDonagh
- Landscape, heritage and cultural geography in the Lake District, by David Matless
- The shared experience of images in the classroom, by David Matless
- Landscapes of sound and audible geographies
- More than buddy boots and ruined buildings: landscape interpretation with students.