History beyond Textbooks
How to use digital resources for cross-border history education:
new tools and approaches
London: 12-16 April 2014
Is it possible to teach cross-border history without textbooks?
EUROCLIO, in partnership with Schools History Project, History Teacher Education Network (UK), Institute of Education (University of London) and Imperial War Museums invites you to join the international training course on how to use digital resources for cross-border history education which will take place in London between 12-17 April 2014.
The programme of the seminar offers a series of workshops and trainings contributing to the development of a common European approach to history teaching methods, and teaching challenges, piloting and collaborating on the new online lesson modules in Historiana website. The course will be mainly framed with events of 1914-1918 and 1989 as exemplar themes for a common European online learning environment.
Last, but not least, on-site learning programme in London, the city which is literally swimming in cultural sites, buildings, and rich history will make your memories and experience from the event even more live and unique!
And, till 17 September 2013, History Teachers and Educators have an opportunity to apply for full scholarship to attend this course.
Then we will really be able to share British expertise and practice with European colleagues at our training course.
More information, registration and grants.
For more information see www.euroclio.eu
Meanwhile Register [ here ].
And secondly apply for one of EU-LLL grants!
Contact your national agency and apply for grants before 17 September 2013.
Check the eligibility of your country here. Use following seminar codes to apply for an eligible grant.
Comenius (Secondary education): NL-2014-356-001
Grundtvig (Adult education): NL-2014-364-001