In conversation with Dr. Kristina Llewellyn {Pandemic Pedagogy convo 9} Imagining a New ‘We’

How do we teach history during COVID-19? Oral history expert and historian of education, Dr. Kristina Llewellyn (Renison University College) has used the pandemic to remind her of the power of active and mindful history education practices, such as engaging in oral histories.
Learn about the Pandemic Pedagogy series on the Imagining a New ‘We’ video series, here:
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Kristina has co-edited the book “Oral History and Education: Theories, Dilemmas, and Practices” – You can see (parts of) it on google books:
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