From 26-28 October the eTwinning Annual Conference 2017 took place in Malta. EuroClio ambassador Miljenko Hajdarovic attended the conference and hosted a workshop on the practical use of Historiana.

The focus of the eTwinning Annual Conference 2017 was to share how eTwinning can raise the capabilities of schools to address three main factors of exclusion: cultural differences, educational difficulties and geographical obstacles which continues the work of promoting ‘and non-discrimination through education’. Around 600 teachers from around Europe, most of them language teachers and STEM, attended the conference in Malta.

The aim was to show how eTwinning can turn inclusion into action via specific international projects, professional development opportunities and most important, by networking of teachers amongst each other, to strengthen professional relationships and form an inclusive community.

The workshop slot for EuroClio was the last one in the afternoon and after an introductory presentation by Miljenko Hajdarovic, all attendees of the workshop participated in a discussion on the use of Historiana.

The entire event was live streamed, and parts of the conference are uploaded on YouTube.

Participants of the EUROLIO workshop discuss the practical use of Historiana (image by Miljenko Hajdarovic)