Below is a list of websites and blogs that I read and have found useful.
- Tom Sherrington – Erudite and thoughtful
- Alex Quigley – More English-orientated than history, but as the crossover between the disciplines means there is much to steal
- Ben Newmark – Full of common sense and clear thinking
- Michael Fordham – High-level and often more theoretical than practical, but provides fine food for thought
- Christine Counsell – A must-read in the history teaching community. Her excellent free book on literacy and history is available in PDF format here.
- Jim Carroll – Relatively rare posts although his article on ‘lexicogrammatical chunks’ in the Teaching History (£) is a must
- Rob Peal – Writes interesting blogs and shares excellent resources that complement the textbooks he has authored
- Louis Everett – Former Head of History and founder of the excellent West London Free School’s History Conference