Using Story to Teach [Hi]story

Clay Burrell says history isn’t learned, but story changes that problem. He suggests scrambling “the major periods of history in a random cluster on the board or a handout: “Medieval Period,” “Cold War,” “Roman Empire,” “Enlightenment,” “Age of Exploration,” “Classical Greece,” “Industrial Revolution,” “Greek Heroic Age/Trojan War,” “Renaissance,” “Sumer,” “Solomon … Continue reading