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BROWN, Marjorie Ann. Teaching and learning History in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic: reflections of a senior school history teacher. Y&T [online]. 2020, n.24, pp.226-238. ISSN 2309-9003.

Teaching history during lockdown at an elite private school during the COVID-19 pandemic posed challenges and opportunities to draw on history and to learn new technologies. Challenges went beyond the content of history and included mental stress amongst students as a result of isolation but also empathy for victims of deepening poverty and police violence. Opportunities included international and local webinars, conferences, staff development and increased online resources.

Keywords : History; Technology; COVID-19; Poverty; Webinars; Resources.

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