Over 100 Teachers Trained on “Teaching Europe” in Cyprus, Finland, Spain, Czech Republic and Portugal

As part of the Decisions and Dilemmas 3: making learning about the EU motivating and meaningful project, EUROCLIO member associations in Cyprus, Finland, Spain, Czech Republic and Portugal organised their national events. The events each contained plenary sessions on the project, and the research results of the Teaching Europe research, and workshop sessions focused on teaching about …

Teaching About Contested International Issues: An Introduction to Brown University’s Choices Program

Brown University’s Choices Program invites educators to join a two-day, introductory immersion workshop on their curriculum and approach for teaching about contested international issues. Time and Place: Thursday, February 6, 2020 – Friday, February 7, 20209:00 am — 3:30 pm at The American School of Barcelona (Spain) Brown’s inquiry approach to controversial issues—both current and …

Including migration in history teaching will help end ‘us’ and ‘them’ syndrome

How can migration be integrated into the history school curricula? How should this topic be taught in the class room? What can we learn from past perspectives on migration to create a better future? To address these issues, EUROCLIO, The Europaeum and ISHA embarked on an 18-month project Connecting Europe through History – Experiences and …

The case for teaching the history of the European Integration

Veronika Budaiová Association

The EUROCLIO thematic seminar on ‘Teaching European Integration” held at the House of European History on 22-24 November 2019 was opened by a keynote lecture from Liesbeth van de Grift*, Associate Professor History of International Relations at Utrecht University. She focused on the theme ‘The case for teaching the history of European integration’, and in …

Teaching European Integration. How and Why? – memories from an inspiring training

Veronika Budaiová Association

The thematic seminar on “Teaching European Integration. How and Why?” took place from 22 to 24 November 2019 at the House of European History in Brussels, Belgium. It was organised by EUROCLIO in collaboration with the House of European History with the aim of introducing new methods to teach about European Integration. The programme was …

The History Teachers’ Association of Northern Ireland (HTANI)

The HTANI aims to : provide a forum where teachers can share ideas and resources through networking with colleagues from other schools. provide the support required to maintain the position of History as one of the most popular and relevant subjects within the curriculum. provide international networking opportunities for the History teaching community in Northern …

Teaching History in the Secondary School

This book focuses on three basic notions which I regard to be extremely important in history teaching.  First of all, which approach should a history teacher adopt? That is, what pedagogy or methodology to use. This decision is fundamental and must precede any teaching. Long gone are the days when ‘knowing the story’ and ‘telling …

History and Courage: The Position of Teachers in Hungary

Zsolt Istvan Vodli Articles

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the TTE (Association of the Hungarian History Teachers), Zsolt István Vódli conducted (and translated) an interview with Mr. László Miklósi, the President of the TTE regarding the growing tensions vis a vis history teaching in Hungary. In a context of growing nationalism and xenophobia, László Miklósi reflects on the …

History Teaching Building Bridges in focus during the 2nd Meeting of the ET 2020 Working Group on Common Values and Inclusive Education under the renewed mandate 2018-2020

Brussels, 5-6 June 2019, co-organised with Joke van der Leeuw-Roord, EUROCLIO Special Advisor The agenda for the Workshop Meeting had a double focus, it addressed the use and abuses of modern media and building bridges through inclusive history education, both of which were also talked about during the Peer Learning Activity in Croatia in April …