Online seminar: The Russian Revolution. Let’s make Historiana.eu together!

The Historiana Historical Content Team has started to work on a unit on the Russian Revolution and is looking for people who are interested in helping us to ensure that this unit will be truly multiperspective, transnational and meeting the needs of history educators who are teaching this subject. The […]

National training in Portugal: teaching Europe to enhance EU cohesion

As part of the Decisions and Dilemmas 3: making learning about the EU motivating and meaningful project, the sixth national training event was held on the 29th of June, 2018 in Lisbon, at the headquarters of the Portuguese History Teachers Association (APH). The president of the APH Miguel Monteiro de […]

Third training in Finland: making the EU an interesting topic for students

As part of the Decisions and Dilemmas 3: making learning about the EU motivating and meaningful project, the third national training event was held on 5-6 June 2018, in Kallio upper secondary school in Helsinki. The training is based on the translated materials from the Historiana Changing Europe unit. In this event, 32 […]

Using Europeana Collections to Teach Dialogue, Debate and Discussion

At the Learning to Disagree training seminar in Berlin, Jaco Stoop and Judith Geerling presented the Historiana eLearning environment to the core team. The resources that will be developed within the Learning to Disagree project will feature on Historiana. However, EUROCLIO decided this training seminar also presented a unique opportunity […]

EUROCLIO Joins Europeana at EdTechXEurope Conference in London

During the EdTechXEurope 2018 Summit, Steven Stegers (EUROCLIO) joined Milena Popova (Europeana), Alain Thillay (French Ministry of Education), Federica Pascotto (Art Stories) during the panel discussion “Ecosystem unite! Collaboration across the field as the key to unlocking progress”. During this panel, Steven was asked to tell more about the cooperation […]