New Report on Teaching difficult history in the Western Balkans

EUROCLIO is very happy to announce the publication of the new research report “Teachers on Teaching; How Practitioners See the Current State and Future Developments in History Education Across the Western Balkans”. The report – produced in collaboration with CDRSEE and History Teachers Associations from the Western Balkan – is […]

Divided Past, Joint Future Regional Training in Macedonia

Earlier this month, EUROCLIO Trainee Larissa Wiegelmann attended the regional training of the project “Divided Past, Joint Future“, of which EUROCLIO is a partner, in Bitola, Macedonia. This project is unique for many reasons, one being the large number of – mostly, but not limited to, regional – partners that are taking […]

Learning to Disagree: Addressing Sensitive and Controversial Issues in the Classroom

EUROCLIO is excited to announce the kick-off of our new project; Learning to Disagree. This three-year project, funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, aims to respond to the needs of educators who experience difficulties in addressing sensitive and controversial issues in their classroom. The project offers training […]

Europeana and EUROCLIO Continue Partnership to Unlock Digital Heritage for Education

In October, EUROCLIO Programme Director Steven Stegers and Network Coordinator Jaco Stoop attended the kick-off of the Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure phase 3. The Europeana Digital Service Infrastructure (DSI) showcases and provides online access to Europe’s cultural and scientific heritage. EUROCLIO – European Association of History Educators is part of […]

Work on online learning environment Historiana continues in Gdansk

At the end of August the Historiana Teaching and Learning team came together with the Historical Content Team in Gdansk, Poland for their annual meeting. This year they discussed ideas for the future development of Historiana with the webdevelopers, and worked on exemplar activities using the online tools that are […]

Research Report on Teaching “Europe” to Enhance EU Cohesion is Now Available

As part of EUROCLIO’s project Teaching “Europe” to enhance EU cohesion, the project members have been contributing to a comparative research report that encompasses analysis of two history textbooks of each of the 28 EU member states, and specifically looks into fundamental commonalities and differences in European teaching about the European […]