The Good, The Bad and the Ugly: Followup on Playful Historical Thinking Class Experiment - by Andrew D. Devenney
Last fall, I conducted an experiment in classroom pedagogy, building a modern European history course around the concept of playful historical thinking. I wrote about this in a guest post for Play the Past last September, which you can and should read here before continuing. I thought I would take this opportunity to give a quick follow-up on how the experiment went and where I hope to go from here.
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