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14 Sep 2021

Dealing with the challenges of history teaching in an online and offline environment

The first Summer School for History Teachers organised by the Bulgarian History Teachers Association! The first Summer School for History Teachers organized by the Bulgarian HTA took place in the end of July near Razlog, a town and ski resort in South-Western Bulgaria (26-29 July 2021). The topic was “How to make and use resources for history teaching in and online and offline environment”. 23 history educators from all across the country gathered together in person for the first time since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic to reconnect, network, and discuss: Modern trends in history teaching; The ready-made teaching materials created within the project “Transition Dialogue 2019-2021. Dealing with change in democratic ways”, which promote a participatory approach to…
Dealing with the challenges of history teaching in an online and offline environment
Call for best practices: Global dimensions of national history and postcolonial history
14 Sep 2021

Call for best practices: Global dimensions of national history and postcolonial history

EuroClio is looking for teaching practices centred around global perspectives of national history and postcolonial history. The practice collection is part of the project Critical History, led by the University of Tallinn in partnership with three other European universities. Global dimensions of history are indispensable for the teaching of history in the 21st century.  The crucial challenges of our time, including the changing role of the nation state, digitalization and the worldwide internet, growing socio-economic inequality, migration movements as well as the climate crisis, have - whilst of a global nature - clear and tangible local impacts. Traditional history education, centered around national history and its narrower contexts, can hardly adequately reflect these local-global complexities of today's globalised world. Identifying…
14 Sep 2021

Reflections on democracy and education

Guest blog post from Facing History and Ourselves In 1916, in the midst of a world war, the American philosopher and educator John Dewey wrote “democracy has to be born anew every generation, and education is its midwife.”  Here we are, more than one hundred years later, with an opportunity to take Dewey’s words to heart and imagine what they might mean for us as citizens and as educators. Over  the last several years, we’ve been reminded--by journalists, scholars, thought leaders, and young people in our streets--that democracy in countries around the world, including the one from which I write, is fragile. So-called “consolidated” democracies have experienced democratic decline and countries once believed to be democratic are now considered examples…
Reflections on democracy and education