The Multicultural character of the Russian Federation is not reflected in the history education which has a strong Russocentric approach. History education provides no answers or understanding for the multicultural society in Russia, neither for the ethnic conflicts and tensions at hand.
100-150 pages, 10.000 copies. Ready to use for Russian classroom practice. Innovative and multicultural. With pedagogical and didactical recommendations
Teachers and Students book available online in Russian
2.1 At least 300 history educators trained
2.2 Several tens of teacher trainers trained
2.3 Application of project materials and ideas in at least 10 teacher training institutes in Russia
Several 100 teachers are each year educated by these institutes
2.4 Each school year more than 30.000 Russian pupils will be educated with help of the materials and ideas of the project. This number will increase as more teachers will be trained every year
History educators network
3.1 A strong and active network of history educators over most of Russia
3.2 Organised history educators able and willing to innovate
3.3 Critical and constructive approach towards the role of history education in society
3.4 International relations and awareness of international developments in history education
The final project report can be found here: Final Report PDF-EN
Coordinators: Alexander Shevyrev (Moscow State University), Tamara Eidelman (Moscow High School).
Authors: Marina Erokhina , Liudmila Gatagova, Julia Kushnereva, Viktor Shapoval, Olga Strelova, Arthur Tsutsiev, Irina Ukolova, Svetlana Yalovitsyna.
Experts: Alexey Feldt, Rauf Gizatullin, Viacheslav Jiburtovich, Taisiya Korepanova, Rumiana Kusheva, Ian Blair McKellar, Harald Frode Skram, Dean Smart, Evgueny Viazemsky.
Joke van der Leeuw-Roord, EUROCLIO Executive Director
Huibert Crijns, EUROCLIO Project Manager