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Research Survey for Medieval and Early Modern teaching

Discussion in 'History' started by nationalarchives, Nov 29, 2018.

  1. nationalarchives

    nationalarchives New commenter

    The National Archives Education Service is conducting research into the use of Medieval and Early Modern documents in schools.

    This survey aims to discover the needs of and challenges faced by students and teachers when using early documents in order to allow organisations such as The National Archives to provide targeted support for teachers in the form of practical resources, training and topic websites. All entries are anonymous and a report on the results of the survey will be published next year.

    Complete the survey now and enter our prize draw to win one of four £25 Book Tokens. (T's&C's apply)
    If you are able, please do complete the survey below:

    Teacher Survey: http://bit.ly/TNASurveyTeachers
    Prize Draw T's & C's: http://bit.ly/TNASurveyTeachTsCs

    We're also asking teachers to pass on a link to GCSE and A Level students to discover their thoughts and experiences of the use of documents in the classroom. The entries are all anonymous and no identifiable personal data will be collected about students. The survey takes only a few minutes and the results will also be published next year for teachers to gain an insight into what students are thinking.

    Student Survey: http://bit.ly/TNAStudentSurvey
     
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