International Training Seminar 2020
November 1 - November 30tbc
Exact dates to be confirmed
The Fall training of 2020 will deal with a key moment in European History: the Industrial Revolution. By dealing with the Industrial Revolution in different countries throughout Europe, and especially by comparing and contrasting how it came about and was perceived in each country, pupils can identify commonalities in the history of European states, thus understanding that European History dates earlier than 1957. During this weekend training, participants will discuss on how to teach the Industrial Revolution in the broader context of European history.
The training will consist of active workshops, interactive sessions, panel discussions, and a visit to the House of European History. In addition, teachers will be introduced to the Changing Europe unit on Historiana.eu, which sets the European Union in the historical context and underlines the ideals and dilemmas that are at the basis of European past and current affairs.
|Training Fee||To be confirmed|
|Duration of the training||2 days over the weekend (you must arrive the Friday before)|
|Topics touched upon||The Industrial Revolution and Modern History, economics, the use of ICT in the classroom, globalisation, ethics, cultural heritage, history of Science and Technology|
|Eligible for KA1 funding||YES|
|Certificate for Participants||YES|
Additional information on the Summer School will be available soon.
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