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When I was at school, I loved Science but found History boring. Science lessons smelt odd, let you play with equipment and chemicals and made you think. History lessons had a string of dates to remember and told of events with no connection to my daily life.
Now I realise that an uncanny web of actions taken by individuals and groups put us where we are today. Charismatic leaders and rebellious groups, isolated scientists and tragic accidents have moulded the path to our present. History is not as dull as I thought it was. I should have paid more attention.
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More than 100 million people worldwide have taken an online course, have you? Let me know about your experience.
Do you know something that the world needs to be told – have you thought about teaching online?