Apply now for “Democracy at School” Summer Academy in Poland

In the summer of 2016 a new Regional Summer Academy Democracy at School is organised by the Council of Europe, the Polish Ministry of National Education, the Centre for Education Development Poland and the European Wergeland Centre, and  the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This year the training is located in Sulejowek/Warsaw, Poland and the deadline to apply  is Friday 18 March.

This training programme is dedicated to building a democratic and inclusive culture in schools in the Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine), Poland and Russia through strengthening the competences of education professionals and community actors.

It is a great opportunity for school heads, teachers, civil society organisations, teacher training institutions and parents’ representatives to learn practical tools and strategies on how to create a more inclusive school environment.

For more information, check the website or see the flyer below.

Last regional work session History that Connects in Ljubljana

From 19 to 21 October the sixth and final work session within the EUROCLIO/Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs/OSI programme ‘History that Connects: How to Address Sensitive and Controversial History in the countries of former Yugoslavia’ will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia. During these days teachers from all former Yugoslav countries will finalize the workshops for the period 1900-1945. After this weekend the workshops will be translated in each language, and are than ready for use in the classroom.

We as EUROCLIO are very satisfied with the work that has been done on very sensitive and controversial issues in the history of the countries of former Yugoslavia by all the authors. If somebody is interested in attending this session, or has any questions, please contact the EUROCLIO secretariat.

Authors and experts from former Yugoslavia complete steps for common teacher materials

From 19 to 21 October the sixth and final work session within the EUROCLIO/Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs/OSI programme ‘History that Connects: How to Address Sensitive and Controversial History in the countries of former Yugoslavia’ will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia. During these days teachers from all former Yugoslav countries will finalize the workshops for the period 1900-1945. After this weekend the workshops will be translated in each language, and are than ready for use in the classroom. We as EUROCLIO are very satisfied with the work that has been done on very sensitive and controversial issues in the history of the countries of former Yugoslavia by all the authors. If somebody is interested in attending this session, or has any questions, please contact the EUROCLIO secretariat.

EUROCLIO hopes to present the educational textbook with all the developed modules around October next year.

Fifth Regional Authors and Experts Work Session

The Fifth Regional Seminar within the EUROCLIO/Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs/OSI Programme “History that Connects. How to teach sensitive and controversial issues in the countries of Former Yugoslavia” will be held in Veles, Macedonia, 29 June – 1 July 2012.

As the date of the event approaches, EUROCLIO’s efforts to increase international awareness for the programme seem to be paying off. At the moment, over 30 participants from 9 different countries will be participating in the event. Representatives from all Former Yugoslavia, as well as a contributors from Switzerland and representatives from Kultur Kontakt will actively engage during the seminar.

The seminar is co-organised with the History Teachers Association of Macedonia, and will focus on further development of Educational Material.

In case you would like more information about the programme or the project, feel free to contact Jonathan Even-Zohar at jonathan@euroclio.eu and Mirjam Zeilmaker at mirjam@euroclio.eu

 

Planning and Coordination Meeting & Fourth Regional Authors and Experts Work Session

The Fourth Regional Seminar within the EUROCLIO/Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs/OSI Programme “History that Connects. How to teach sensitive and Effectiveness controversial issues in wholesale nfl jerseys the countries of Former Yugoslavia” will be held in Pula, Croatiaon 1 -4 March 2012.

As the date of the event approaches, SJ EUROCLIO’s efforts to increase Urz?dzamy international awareness for the programme seem to be paying off. At the moment, 44 participants from 13 different countries will be participating in the event. Representatives from all Former Yugoslavia, as well as единоборств contributors from Israel and Italy will actively engage during the seminar. Furthermore, observers Building from Italy and Turkey have confirmed their attendance during the meeting.

The seminar is co-organised with the History Teachers Association of Croatia, and Rollrasen will focus on further development of Educational Material. This includes; identification of topics for seven new modules on selected sensitive and controversial history of 1900-1945, implementing regional Teachers relevance and collecting regional sources, which enables more multiperspectivity. The material will be focussing on active learning methods based on the EUROCLIO and Historiana Framework, Seminar and the programme will include a workshop about Recommendation on the Teaching of Sensitive and Controversial Issues.

In case you would like to join cheap mlb jerseys the seminar as an wholesale nfl jerseys observer and learn first-hand about the progress being made in the project or would like more information about the programme, feel free to contact Jonathan Even-Zohar at jonathan@euroclio.eu