Mrs Humanities: Relaunch
Updated: 3 days ago
Hello and welcome to the new and improved Mrs Humanities website! I'm so excited to share with you the changes that I've made to my online platform.
As you may know, Mrs Humanities started as a blog where I shared my experiences and insights as a teacher of humanities. As my career progressed and interests expanded, I started sharing resources and later explored the world of teacher wellbeing and workload. The blog was a way for me to connect with other educators, and I'm very grateful for all the feedback and support that I received over the years.
Those of you that have followed me for some time, may have noticed that I took a step back from social media and blogging for a while. The pandemic provided time for reflection, an opportunity to recalibrate and some down time. Now after some much needed 'me' time, I am in a position where I feel ready to relaunch Mrs Humanities as more than just a blog and make it something that can offer more to the education community.
The relaunch of Mrs Humanities has allowed me to add some new and exciting features. Here's some of what you can expect to find on the new website:
Previously shared teaching resources have been moved to a dedicated 'curriculum' section, where you can easily browse and download them for free. I will continue to update the section with new resources as I create them.
I'm now offering curriculum design services and consultancy for schools and teachers who want to improve their humanities provision. Whether you need help with long-term planning, integrating effective assessment, embedding education for sustainable development or anything else, I can work with you to create a bespoke solution that meets your needs and curriculum goals.
In due course, I will also be launching online courses to help subject leaders to develop their curriculum offering. These courses will cover topics such as curriculum vision; intent, implementation and impact, as well as practical strategies for leading and managing a humanities-based department. The courses will be interactive, engaging and relevant, and will provide you with the skills and knowledge that you need to succeed as a middle leader.
Now don't worry, my previous blog posts have been imported to the new site and are still available. You can access them anytime if you want to read some of my previous reflections and tips on teaching and learning. Having imported the posts, if you find that links are not working, do get in touch. Please ensure you add the link to the post or name the resource you are after.
I hope you're as excited as I am about the new Mrs Humanities website. I can't wait to share more content with you in the future. Please feel free to explore the website and let me know what you think. You can also follow me on Twitter (@mrshumanities) and Instagram (@mrshumanities) for more updates and news.