The Department of Classics, Ancient History, and Archaology at the University of Birmingham is keen to develop closer working relationships with local schools and there are plans afoot to design a series of online resources that will be made freely available to schools and sixth forms to support A Level study in Ancient History and Classical Civilisation.
Dr Theofili Kampianaki is a research fellow at the University who, along with Dr Henriette van der Blom and Dr Hannah Cornwell, is looking to pilot the scheme by developing resources to support teaching and learning about the Roman Republic.
The aim is to produce materials that directly respond to the needs and interests of teachers and learners at KS5 and that will facilitate and enrich engagement with the curriculum. To that end, Theofili has put together a very short survey for teachers and students to identify key areas of support for the Roman Republic.
You can access the survey via the link here: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/3PG6PHV and I would be very grateful if you were able to pass the link on to your students or canvass their responses. The survey will take around two minutes to complete.
Your active participation in this project is crucial to its success so many thanks in advance for your time!
Finally, if you have any specific subject-content questions for the Roman Republic that you would like addressed in an academic Q&A video, send these either to Polly Stoker at firstname.lastname@example.org or Theofili at T.Kampianaki@bham.ac.uk with the subject line: FAQs Roman Republic.
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