Tallinn University, in partnership with EuroClio, Augsburg University, Salamanca University and Wroclaw University invite to a presentation of the history teacher’s handbook “Critical History” on August 22, 2023 at Tallinn University, in the atrium of the Mare building (III floor).
The presentation (a multiplier event for the Erasmus+ project Critical History) will be held in connection with the Annual Conference of the International Society for History Didactics, this year dedicated to the topic “Heritage in History Education”, and taking place 23-25 August. For more information on how to register to the ISHD conference, click here. While the Critical History presentation is free of charge, the ISHD Conference commencing on the following day require a fee of 50-70 Euro.
Agenda 11:00 – 14:00 22 August 2023
Prof. Katrin Niglas, Tallinn University, Vice-Rector for Research
Ms Annette Klein, German Ambassador
Mr Grzegorz Kozłowski, Polish Ambassador
Mare Oja, Erasmus+ project introduction
Introduction to the study guide: authors of chapters Mare Oja, Susanne Popp, Joanna Wojdon, EuroClio
Thoughts about the study guide: Anu Kannike (editor) Kersti Kivirüüt (teacher)
Acknowledgments, discussion, snacks
The introduction to the study guide is in English. To participate in the presentation, please register until August 1, 2023 with the following link: https://forms.gle/QSkqJaSfPZbS3jPx7