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 …

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 …

The Methodic Guidebook for Students and Starting Teachers

In the context of the the project “Fostering History and Citizenship Education in Romania”, three publications (History Teaching and Democratic Citizenship Education, History of the 20th Century, and The Methodic Guide) were made. The project provided an important opportunity for history education in Romania. At the time of the project, the transition of Romania into …

Teaching History and Social Studies for multicultural Europe

The book “Teaching History and Social Studies for multicultural Europe”  is one of the outputs of the project, entitled ‘Training Social Studies and History Educators for Multicultural Europe’ which is being undertaken in the framework of the EU Promotion of the Civil Society Dialogue Programme between Turkey and the EU. It is intended to fill a …

History Teaching and Democratic Citizenship Education: Innovative Teaching Approaches

In the context of the the project “Fostering History and Citizenship Education in Romania”, three publications (History Teaching and Democratic Citizenship Education, History of the 20th Century, and The Methodic Guide) were made. The project provided an important opportunity for history education in Romania. At the time of the project, the transition of Romania into …

Hidden in plain sight: Teaching the history of people with disabilities

Helen Snelson Articles

One of the many wonderful things about EUROCLIO – the European Association of History Educators is the opportunity it provides to meet and learn from other people with teaching and research interests and perspectives that challenge and inspire better practice. Thus it was, during a project meeting in EURCLIO’s office in The Hague in 2017, …

Teaching Democracy: Balancing between Free Speech and Offensive Expressions

Jilt Jorritsma Articles

Event: Far-Right Extremism in the classroom 13-14 June 2019, Berlin, Germany  History education is more and more perceived as a means to strengthen democratic values among students. In order to become full and active members of society, students need to learn about mutual respect, tolerance and peaceful resolution of conflicts. This requires methods of teaching …

Spanish Association of History and Geography Teachers

The Spanish Association of History and Geography Teachers was founded the 30th of January of 1991, at Cervantes, a historical secondary school in Madrid, which also pioneered bilingual educational programs. Among its objectives is to continue training history educators. Currently we are in a renewing process along with EUROCLIO in order to promote a pedagogic …

Hungarian History Teachers’ Association

The Hungarian History Teachers’ Association Törtenelemtanarok Egylete was founded in 1989 and was amongst the first organisations to join EUROCLIO. Törtenelemtanarok Egylete is a non-profit non-governmental organisation whose main goal is to support the learning and teaching of history by sharing and exchanging knowledge and experience. We have 400 members and local groups in, with …