25 Nov 2020

Call for Proposals: The Conference of the Americas on International Education

The Conference of the Americas on International Education (CAIE), whose seventh edition will be held in virtual mode with a possible face-to-face component for those interested, convenes researchers and academics, specialists and representatives from civil society, to submit proposals for posters or parallel sessions that, in line with this year’s main theme, motivate conversations on the ways in which international academic collaboration contribute to the global knowledge community to accelerate the pace and broaden the scope of our academic and scientific contributions to ultimately achieve collaborative solutions to our shared challenges. The posters and parallel sessions will be presented during the event on the CAEI 2021 virtual platform. Deadline for submission: 28 May 2021. Learn more on their website: https://caie-caei.org/en/info-call-for-proposals-2021/.
Call for Proposals: The Conference of the Americas on International Education
New Contested Histories research collaboration sparks a call for more
24 Nov 2020

New Contested Histories research collaboration sparks a call for more

This article was triggered by a new collaboration between the Contested Histories Initiative and students in ‘Narratives of the Past’ from France. Contested Histories is a multi-year project designed to identify principles, processes and best practices for addressing these contestations at the community or municipal level and in the classroom. As of September 2020, the project has identified more than 200 cases around the world with research conducted on more than 120 cases. Each case is catalogued in a database and added to a digital map. The long-term goal is to complete in-depth research on each case for review by experts, and create an online platform as a resource for a wide range of stakeholders. Without research trainees and interns…
24 Nov 2020

Call for applications: the Georg Arnhold Senior Fellow 2022

Education for Sustainable Peace The Georg Eckert Institute – Leibniz Institute for International Textbook Research (GEI) is pleased to announce the Call for Applications for the 2022 Georg Arnhold Senior Fellow. The appointment, for the fellowship including a research stay of up to six months at the GEI, offers outstanding scholars and experienced practitioners in the field of peace education the opportunity to carry out work in the area of education for sustainable peace, preferably with a focus on educational media and transformation societies, and to discuss their project and findings with other scholars and practitioners at the annual international Summer Conference of the Georg Arnhold Program. The fellowship aims to promote education for sustainable peace with a particular focus on educational media and curricula at…
Call for applications: the Georg Arnhold Senior Fellow 2022

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23 Nov 2020

Call for Applications: 2020 World Congress of Teachers of the Korean War

The Korean War Legacy Foundation is honored to host the 2020 World Congress of Teachers of the Korean War to commemorate the 70 anniversary of the war. The conference will be a special online event on Saturday, December 12th from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM EST and will include 100 history and social science teachers from 22 countries. The sessions will include special commemoration ceremonies, a historical lecture on the war and its significance, training on an oral history library of veteran interviews, case studies of materials on the Korean War, and presentations on the unique contributions of UN Nations. Teachers from the following countries are particularly invited to participate: Germany Italy Luxembourg Netherlands Norway Sweden History teachers attending the World Congress…
Call for Applications: 2020 World Congress of Teachers of the Korean War
Video Game Review: Red Dead Redemption II
5 Nov 2020

Video Game Review: Red Dead Redemption II

Setting the scene(-ry) Red Dead Redemption II (Rockstar games – 2018) is a one of a kind western game where you can discover a variety of landscapes of America in the year 1899 on the back of a horse. Halfway through the story you can make one of the most wonderful rides possible in a game. Starting at the east coast of a fictional America, you ride inland on a horse with no name, heading home, crossing different kinds of landscapes. You cross little industrial towns and big empty plains, and ride on wooden paths through the swamps, along endless railroads and through the foothills of the mighty mountains in the north. This decor is one of the main characters…

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4 Nov 2020

Learning to Disagree training in Italy

The project Learning to Disagree was presented in Italy during a National Training organized in cooperation with the Chair of History Education of the University of Bari (Apulia region). The training took place as a cycle of three webinars held in July and focused on strategies to implement learning in times of pandemic. Speakers during the first two meetings presented resources and examples of tasks developed to foster active learning with students working through online platforms. The last session focused on the challenges that the emergency poses to traditional models of education and knowledge. Video lessons and materials have been published in Italian on Historia Ludens. Roberto Maragliano, former professor of Education at Roma Tre University, argued that there is a relevant…
Learning to Disagree training in Italy
26 Oct 2020

MOOC Teaching the Holocaust: Innovative Approaches to the Challenges We Face

UCL Centre for Holocaust Education and Yad Vashem are delighted share this unique MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) that offers educators innovative approaches to the challenges presented when teaching about the Holocaust. Starting on 26th October, over three weeks you will explore the history, delve into pedagogical challenges revealed by research, and find practical solutions for teaching about the Holocaust. For a brief film outlining the MOOC please click here. Join for free and learn more here.
MOOC Teaching the Holocaust: Innovative Approaches to the Challenges We Face
Learning to Disagree Offline – An in-person workshop for teacher trainers in Miskolc, Hungary
26 Oct 2020

Learning to Disagree Offline – An in-person workshop for teacher trainers in Miskolc, Hungary

Learning to Disagree Offline – An in-person workshop for teacher trainers in Miskolc, Hungary Picture: Participants discuss the Lesson Plan in small groups.   Learning to Disagree is slowly but steadily coming to an end. This project was initiated in response to the needs of educators who experience difficulties in addressing sensitive and controversial issues in their classrooms.  The project offers workshops and support materials for teachers to face these controversial topics head-on in their classrooms. This is of course bittersweet as the team has had a wonderful time working together over the past three years. However, this also means that we can finally share the learning activities with the wider EuroClio community. The sharing of the learning activities often…
23 Oct 2020

Graz Conference 2020 - Moved Online

We would like to inform you that the Graz Conference 2020, which will take place from 11 to 14 November 2020, is moved online. The thematic focus of the Graz Conference 2020 remains the same: Historical Consciousness – Historical Thinking – Historical Culture. Core Concepts of History Didactics and Historical Education in Intercultural Perspectives. Reflections on Achievements – Challenges for the New Generation'. The Graz Conference 2020 aims to discuss the core concepts of history didactics and historical education in the intercultural and global dimension. It will create opportunities to strengthen the international ties and to make them more robust in terms of international comparison, exchange of information, and the creation of new research networks and projects. To learn more and register, visit the…
Graz Conference 2020 - Moved Online

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