BIDDING IS NOW OPEN for hosting the 24th EUROCLIO Annual Conference (2017)
EUROCLIO is, hereby, happy to announce the 24th EUROCLIO Annual Conference Professional Development and Training Course (2017) open for bidding among its member associations.
Fill the online form to submit your bid before 1 OCTOBER 2015.
If you are determined to host one of the most significant history education conferences in Europe, then participate in this bidding and get the chance to be the one!
The EUROCLIO Annual Conference is a unique platform combining cutting-edge in-service training for educators from over 50 countries in and around Europe with facilitated networking, dialogue and expertise-sharing opportunities. Since EUROCLIO's establishment in 1992, 22 Annual Professional Training and Development Conferences have taken place with growing success.
Be a leading light of this significant event and bring hundreds of educators to your country, opening their minds to told and untold stories, discovered and undiscovered culture, unforgettable experiences and valuable partnerships!
Please, be advised that participating in the bidding does not guarantee that your association will be selected as a host organisation of the Annual Conference 2017. Competition with other full member associations is foreseeable. The candidate with the most attractive offer will be selected and offered to host the 23rd EUROCLIO Annual Conference in 2017. The applicants will be informed on the results of the bidding in Autumn 2015.
CALL FOR REGISTRATIONS
THE 23RD EUROCLIO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING COURSE
Dealing with the Legacy of a Violent Past in History and Heritage Education
19-24 March 2016, BELFAST
EUROCLIO (European Association of History Educators) is inviting you to register in the 23rd EUROCLIO Annual Conference Professional Development and Training Course on ‘Reimagining Remembrance. Dealing with the Legacy of a Violent Past in History and Heritage Education’ in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The conference will run
from the 19th until 24th March 2016.
Educators from all over the world are invited to apply to participate in one of the most significant history education conferences in Europe.
2016 marks the centenary of two important events in Northern Ireland History, namely the Easter Rising and the Battle of the Somme. Both events have come to be seen as key moments in the history of both sides of a divided city. How these issues, amongst others, are taught can provide a number of obstacles for teachers to overcome.
How can we teach controversial history in a responsible manner?
The conference aims to explore this question through an active programme which will engage the participant in workshops, dialogue tables, open spaces, on-site study visits, public debates and reflective and interactive panels. The core group of teachers and heritage educators will be involved in activities that will empower them to engage their students and other target groups in critical debate from multiple perspectives.
Visit the conference page for more information about the conference fee and practical information.
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