Mediterranean Dialogues II
The overall objective was to support the sustainable development of high-quality history education in Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine and Tunisia through capacity building, stakeholders involvement and training on methodological innovation.
- Reinforced willingness and confidence of a core group of history educators to use innovative practices based on learner-centered approaches
- Acquisition of methodological tools by a core group of history educators to better integrate historical knowledge and conceptual understanding in their teaching practice
Civil Society Strengthening
- Commitment of all project participants to explore possibilities to set up a history educators’ network in their respective countries
- Hands-on knowledge on the principles and tools for good management and governance
- Increased awareness of the situation of history education in neighbouring countries and of existing initiatives and resources possibly adaptable or extendable to other countries
- Establishment of regular communication and collaboration between history educators in the region, including through exchange visits, etc.
- Collaborative development and dissemination of an exemplar history lesson based on recommendations from the Guidebook for History Textbooks Authors “On a Common Path”
- Professional Development of 25 history educators
- Contribution to the advancement of educational innovation in the MENA region and ultimately to the acquisition of skills for life and employability by youngsters
- Professionalisation and internationalisation of the Lebanese History Teachers’ Association.
- Empowerment of an increasing group of history and heritage educators from the MENA region to commit to long-term cross-border cooperation
- Improved dialogue between civil society actors, policymakers, researchers and practitioners in the field on national and cross-national level.
Steven Stegers, EUROCLIO Programme Director
Judith Geerling, EUROCLIO Project Manager
Blandine Smilansky, EUROCLIO Educational Staff
Maha Shuayb (LAH)
Nayla Hamadeh (LAH)