• Contemporary Social Studies 2010

    Updated: 2012-06-30 21:40:32
    Ning Brought to you by Search Sign Up Sign In Teaching Digital History using documents , images , maps and online tools Main My Page Members Photos Videos Blogs Forum All Discussions My Discussions Add Contemporary Social Studies 2010 Posted by John Lee on December 6, 2010 at 3:03pm in Visual historical inquiry View Discussions Social studies is a big and sometimes unwieldy subject . Given with the massive body of content in the field and differentiation among pedagogical approaches , social studies educators have the space to be creative and expressive . There are certainly some agreed upon aims in social studies . In fact , there is something approaching consensus that social studies should aim to prepare young people for citizenship . But , what that process entails is a point of

  • Thinking about writing about Arnhem

    Updated: 2012-06-28 06:59:31
    Daly History Blog Skip to content Home About me Book Reviews Contact Me Gallery My Books and Articles My talks The British Field Marshals 1736-1997 by T.A . nbsp Heathcote Bomber Command Memorial unveiled 28 June , 2012 6:59 am Jump to Comments Thinking about writing about Arnhem At some point I’m going to have to think about writing subjects a bit broader than just Portsmouth Equally , it’s always been an ambition of mine to write about Arnhem Given that my Grandad was an Arnhem veteran , it’s pretty much what got me into military history in the first . place But the historiography is pretty crowded . For what was , essentially , a divisional level battle , more has been written about Arnhem than any other comparable battle in history.  So many books have been written about it scores of

  • Defence IQ Blogging Award Winner 2012!

    Updated: 2012-06-20 19:13:33
    Daly History Blog Skip to content Home About me Book Reviews Contact Me Gallery My Books and Articles My talks Falklands 30 The Argentine surrender Warship preservation : HMS Caroline and HMS Plymouth 20 June , 2012 7:13 pm Jump to Comments Defence IQ Blogging Award Winner 2012 First of all , apologies for the lack of posts in recent days , I’ve been struggling with a particularly nasty cold virus infection or whatever it . is But on a slightly brighter note , I found out today that I’m a winner of Defence IQ’s 2012 Blogging Awards in the Maritime Security Category Here’s what the judges had to : say ‘The Daly History Blog balances military maritime astuteness and historical reverence with a keen academic rigor . We really enjoy reading the blog here at Defence IQ and think it a worthy

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