The IHEA project aimed to promote high-quality history, heritage, and citizenship education in Europe through the development, testing and implementation of digital learning resources and by researching what is needed in terms of policy and practice.
In particular, the project:
The consortium worked in the project to develop the following outputs:
The core team has written a series of blog posts that introduce online tools that are freely available and can be used to promote historical thinking. The blog posts are written to help history educators use these tools, by making a selection of the many digital tools that are available and describing how these tools can be used specifically for history education. The process of selecting and testing tools has helped the project to find out what functionalities and ideas work or do not work. Valuable lessons that will help to improve the tools and exemplar online learning activities made in the Innovating History Education for all project. The blog posts are available at labs.historiana.eu.
Erasmus+ Jean Monnet
Association for Education and Human Rights Promotion
Súsanna Margrét Gestsdóttir
Georgian Association of History Educators
Mount School York
Jacek Staniszewski, Jakub Lorenc
Educational Research Institute
Georg Eckert Institute
Nique Sanders, Paul Jongsma