This webinar will bring together historians of education working with sensory history approaches and history educators who employ sensory pedagogies .. Read more in their teaching practice. We will also examine the importance of sensory experiences in the collection of historical data, particularly in the context of oral histories. Speakers’ presentations will be short (10 mins in length) and focused on a particular case study, either of a research project involving sensory history techniques or a pedagogical practice drawing on sensory experiences. Karin Doull is a principal lecturer at the University of Roehampton specialising primary history. She is a Chartered Teacher of History (CT Hist) and writes extensively for the Primary History. Dr Yinka Olusoga is a lecturer in education and Course Director of the BA in Education, Culture and Childhood at the University of Sheffield. Her research and teaching focus on discourses and histories of childhood, play and education.
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