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Join us for a webinar: “Making marginalised collectives present in history lessons”


When: 15th of May, 2024 at 16:30 CET


Where: Online, Zoom Link




The third webinar will centre on integrating marginalised communities into the history classroom. In this session, we will delve into examples of groups frequently overlooked in history textbooks and explore practical approaches to incorporating them into the curriculum. We will then focus on the specific case of the Roma-Traveller community and its inclusion in history lessons.


Duration: 90 minutes of engaging content and interactive learning. The webinar will be recorded


Speakers: Joanna Wojdon, Helen Snelson


Why Attend?

  • Acquire hands-on expertise on how to deal with the teaching of marginalised collectives in the history classroom.
  • Interactive learning is one of our key objectives for this webinar, aiming to engage participants directly in discussions and activities. We encourage everyone to actively participate either by speaking directly or through the chat feature.
  • Share your insights: help us shape the future of our project!


This webinar is part of the SENSEI project, funded by the European Union and is the first in an upcoming series. SENSEI (School EducatioN for Sustainable and Equal Inclusion) aims to develop training opportunities and resources for comprehensive inclusion in the classroom.


Please Register Here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYqcO-uqjsuGtLDZVmpV9S1M-aUvZE5OFcZ 



We look forward to working together in our interactive webinar!



May 15
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm
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