The EUROCLIO Annual Conference is a unique professional development course which has been addressing these learning outcomes for over two decades. The conference targets history, geography, heritage, and citizenship educators and education professionals from Serbia, Europe, and the world.
In our world today, young people are increasingly influenced by social media and the information found on the internet. This exposes them to different extremist ideologies and alternative facts. Teachers are often confronted with radical views and expected to deal with them. During the 27th EUROCLIO Annual Conference, educators will discuss on how to constructively debate different views on sensitive topics. Want to learn more? Come to the 27th EUROCLIO Annual Conference!
The 27th EUROCLIO Annual Conference will consist of active workshops, panel discussions, interactive sessions, cultural visits, on-site learning activities, intercultural events. During these activities, teachers will be introduced to the topics of People on the Move, Borders, Surviving under Pressure, Freedom of Speech and Cultural Heritage, and will reflect on how to assess pupils’ social and civil competences through debate, dialogue, and discussion on these topics. In addition, they will be introduced to the new features of the eLearning portal Historiana.eu, especially relating to the eActivity builder.
|Training Fee||375 EUR (including dinners)|
|Duration of the training||5 days|
|Topics touched upon||Migration, globalisation, ethics, human rights, cultural heritage, EU history, history of the 20th Century, The use of ICT in the classroom, Contemporary History|
|Eligible for KA1 funding||NO|
|Certificate for Participants||YES|