EUROCLIO Community Welcomes Nine New Member Organisations

EUROCLIO is happy to announce that nine new members were accepted into the EUROCLIO family at the General Assembly in Marseille. Six new organisations have become Associate Members: Holocaust Education Trust Ireland (HETI), the Gernika Peace Museum Foundation from Basque Country, Spain, the Cambridge International School of Tunis, the St. […]

How the process of historical enquiry helps to make school history more accessible (Michael Riley, School History Project, United Kingdom)

Summary This practice aims to tackle the challenge of how to enable low-attaining students to achieve highly, in a mixed ability classroom, particularly with regard to helping them to produce an extended piece of writing, based on analytical thinking and historical knowledge. To support weaker students, Michael Riley designed the […]

First Impressions on a Successful and Intense Annual Conference

  From the 21st to the 26th of April 2018, Marseille was the setting for a rather unique experience: the 25th EUROCLIO Annual Conference “Mediterranean Dialogues: Teaching History Beyond our Horizons”. Approximately 200 people, including history and citizenship teachers, educators, members of civil society organizations and policy makers from more […]

Marseille Workshop Explores Online Learning Possibilities with Europeana

On April 24, 2018, EUROCLIO, in conjunction with Europeana, held a workshop entitled The human impact of World War 1: Living with disability – How to use quality source materials for online learning activities, in Marseille as part of the EUROCLIO Annual Conference 2018. This event featured participants from Denmark, […]

EUROCLIO participation at CIES2018

From 25th to 29th of March 2018 Annual Conference of Comparative International Education Society took place in Mexico City. This years annual conference was a great success with a week of presentations, lectures, sessions and cultural events. The 2018 conference theme was “Re-Mapping Global Education: South-North Dialogue” with an aim […]

Successful Meeting for the LHH Group in Serbia

From 22 to 25 March, the Learning a History that is ‘not yet History’ (LHH) Group has met up in Belgrade and Topola to have a training event. This was also their last meeting for this part of the project. On the first day of the event, the LHH group […]