- Sussex Teacher Scholar Scheme
- Roehampton MA course
- Roehampton MA resources
- Transatlantic Teachers Programme 2012
- Transatlantic Teachers Resources
- Witnessing the African Slave Trade
- What does a slave rebellion look like?
- Was 1807 really the end of the slave trade?
- Remembering victims of the slave trade
- Lick and lock up done wid
- How proud can Britain be?
- How powerful were slaves?
- How important were Africans to the Atlantic slave trade?
- Childhood slavery in North Africa
- 3 doors into 33,000 voyages
- Inset sessions
- Online CPD
Transatlantic Teachers Resources
Teachers participating in The National Archives and University of Virginia's Transatlantic Teachers programme in 2010/11 produced a series of resources examining various aspects of the transatlantic slave trade. These include detailed lesson plans, powerpoints for use in the classroom, contextual notes and student handouts.
We are making these resources, produced by and for UK teachers, available online and we hope anyone teaching the period finds them useful.
We plan to develop this section of our website over the next few months so that many more resources produced by teachers who use our collections in their practice can be made available. These will include participants in our MA module delivered with Roehampton University, future participants in the Transatlantic Teachers Programme and other history teachers interested in sharing their practice online.
You can explore the resources produced by the US teachers who participated in the programme, through the University of Virginia's website America on the World Stage which includes material on a wide range of other American history topics.
If you have used documents from The National Archives in your classroom or have lesson ideas you would like to pursue feel free to contact us.