As part of our Critical History project, led by the University of Tallinn, EuroClio has collected a number of teaching practices and approaches touching on four broad themes (Heritage in history education, Global dimensions of national history and post-colonial history, Public history and history education, and internet in history education). The teaching practices have been gathered with the help of people in our network. Some of these practices will find their way into a study guide produced by the project consortium. In addition to sharing these approaches with you, we are also keen to receive additional feedback before publication, and for this, we could use your help!

Would you be willing to help us by piloting or adapting one of these practices , testing them with your students?

We would also welcome more theoretical feedback should you not be able to try any of these directly with your students. For both options, we would kindly ask you to fill in a short feedback form.

Please contact Adam Dargiewicz at and we’ll help you get started!

Teaching practices collected so far include: