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 […]

New Project to Innovate Historiana for All Kicks-Off

On 10-11 January the new Historiana project Innovating History Education for All had its kick-off meeting in The Hague. The partners in the project The Mount School York, Webtic, Georg Eckert Institute and the Educational Research Institute came to the EUROCLIO Secretariat to discuss what will be developed in the project and agree on a timeplan. The project […]

New Historiana Project: Call for Core Team Members

EUROCLIO acquired a new project within the Historiana programme: “Innovating History Education for All”. The project will run for 3 years (from 1 September 2014 until 31 August 2017) and is implemented by EUROCLIO in partnership with Webtic, Mount School York, the Educational Research Institute and the Georg Eckert Institute. The project will result in a needs assessment, cross-border […]