Author: Bridget Martin

  • Things that changed the world: Communicating Napoleon’s legacy

    This article is the tenth of an ongoing series from EUROCLIO and Europeana providing teachers with ideas and practical resources for teaching a range of topics in their classrooms. You can find a wealth of additional resources including units, source collections and eLearning activities on the Historiana website and you can read the other articles in the series on labs.historiana.eu. As a […]

  • A matter of perspective: Encountering different views of Napoleon in the classroom

    This article is the ninth of an ongoing series from EUROCLIO and Europeana providing teachers with ideas and practical resources for teaching a range of topics in their classrooms. You can find a wealth of additional resources including units, source collections and eLearning activities on the Historiana website and you can read the other articles in the series on labs.historiana.eu. Today, Napoleon […]

  • What makes a key moment? Helping students evaluate historical significance in the Napoleonic Wars.

    This article is the seventh of an ongoing series from EUROCLIO and Europeana providing teachers with ideas and practical resources for teaching a range of topics in their classrooms. You can find a wealth of additional resources including units, source collections and eLearning activities on the Historiana website and you can read the other articles in the series on labs.historiana.eu. A recent […]

  • Bringing us together: Railways and Connectivity in the classroom

    This article is the fourth of an ongoing series from EUROCLIO and Europeana providing teachers with ideas and practical resources for teaching a range of topics in their classrooms. You can find a wealth of additional resources including units, source collections and eLearning activities on the Historiana website and you can read the other articles […]

  • Uneven progress: Renaissance understanding of medicine and anatomy

    This article is the first of a series by EUROCLIO and Europeana providing teachers with ideas and practical resources for teaching a range of topics in their classrooms. You can find a wealth of additional resources including units, source collections and eLearning activities on the Historiana website and you can read the other articles in […]