Making Historical Thinking Explicit to Students Using Online Tools
June 25 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
In this eTwinning seminar, trainers from EUROCLIO – European Association of History Educators, will demonstrate how educators can create their own eLearning Activities with historical sources from the Europeana Collections.
The participants will work with the Historiana e-activity builder which has been designed to promote historical thinking. The e-Activity Builder enables users to develop enquiry questions, to set up a sequence of learning using digital tools designed by other history teachers, and to get your students to respond to the question in a way that you can assess. The eLearning Activities can be created in any language, and the Historiana eLearning Environment is and will remain free to use for teachers and students.
The main aim of the eTwinning seminar is to support educators to help their students to think historically through the use of online learning activities created or adapted by themselves. At the end of the seminar the participants will know how the Historiana e-Activity Builder works in practice, will know what kind of historical sources are available on Historiana, and will have concrete ideas for the creation of their own eLearning Activities.
How to register?
In case you are already part of the eTwinning Community, in order to join, you just need to enter the platform, click on Professional Development, and join 15 minutes before the starting time. If you are not yet registered, you need to create an account first. This is free for staff (teachers, head teachers, librarians, etc.) working in a school in one of the European countries involved and can be done here.
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This eTwinning Seminar is part of the Europeana DSI3 project