Learning from a pandemic

Teaching History article

By Verity Morgan, published 13th July 2022

Collaborating with a school in Ghana in a study of global and historic responses to pandemics

In order to contextualise and make sense of the Covid-19 pandemic, Verity Morgan worked with her school’s long-standing partner school in Ghana to devise an innovative project combining history and science, past and present. In this article, Morgan sets out the rationale for the project, her detailed adaptation of a British Council resource and her assessment of the striking benefits that came from connecting her pupils with a Ghanaian perspective.

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