[PARTNER] Training Social Studies and History Educators for Multicultural Europe
The booklets and results of the project will be disseminated through national and international media as well as the project’s website. The project’s web site is planned to be a portal which will continue providing materials, information and guidelines to interested parties after the project. Some materials will also be published at EUROCLIO’s website and bulletin. The educational materials will be used during pre- and in-service training of history and social studies teachers in Trabzon and Kayseri. The (text) book that is to be written through the project will fill in an important knowledge gap regarding the issues that will be dealt with through the project in Turkey and the EU.
Assist to improve history and social studies teacher education programmes for multicultural Europe in the context of the issues related to Turkey and EU relationships and exchange experiences in this field.
- Implementation of innovative school history and social studies approaches through pre- and in-service teacher training.
- Implementation of innovative educational materials for social knowledge and history education departments.
- Strengthening national and international cooperation, communication and networking on the training of history and social knowledge teachers in Turkey and the UK.
- Enhancing European awareness and dimension in history and social studies teaching in Turkey.
- Raising awareness of European institutions and policies in trainee teachers and teachers.
More effective history and social studies teacher training courses and effective teaching materials for history and social studies teacher education programmes for teaching multiculturalism and multiperspectivity
Joke van der Leeuw-Roord, EUROCLIO Executive Director
Karadeniz Technical University, Fatih Faculty of Education, Turkey
University of West of England, United
Editors: Semih Aktekín, Penelope Harnett, Mustafa Öztürk, Dean Smart
Authors: Coşkun TOPAL, Abdullah Saydam, Cevdet KIRPIK, Ian Phillips, Joke van der Leeuw-Roord, Semih Aktekín, Penelope Harnett, Mustafa Öztürk, Dean Smart