EuroClio Professional Development OpportunitiesJaco Stoop2021-12-08T15:02:34+01:00
EuroClio Professional Development Opportunities
Each year, EuroClio strives to provide its members with quality opportunities for professional development. In addition to ad hoc trainings and events that take place within projects, we have envisaged, throughout the year, the below opportunities.
Due to the global coronavirus pandemic, EuroClio’s professional development efforts have in 2020 moved online. As part of the effort to respond to the pandemic we also offer a special online crash course on online teaching.
The EuroClio Annual Conference, taking place in spring, between March and April. With the exceptional circumstances of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 Annual Conference has been postponed and moved online.
A EuroClio Traineeship for students taking place twice a year (January and September)
In addition to in-person professional development opportunities, EuroClio offers also a series of webinars. These take the form of one-hour online workshops, and are accessible to all participants with an internet connection.
All EuroClio past and upcoming events are displayed on our events calendar. Check it out to find the opportunities that better suit your timetable and needs.
February 21, 2023 @ 9:30 am - February 22, 2023 @ 4:30 pm
Our current world is a very complicated one. Young people are particularly attuned to issues of justice and injustice, whether in their personal lives or in the world around them. This past year, with [...]
EuroClio is proud to launch our first ever cross-sectoral networking and train the trainer event, which will take place in The Hague on 3 and 4 March 2023. The event will bring together practising [...]
How to best serve justice when crimes are committed by those in power and national justice systems do not deliver? For four days, young people from across the world come together in The Netherlands, [...]
April 20, 2023 @ 9:00 am - April 22, 2023 @ 10:00 pm
Recently the work of History Teachers' Associations has increasingly focused on one theme: The complexity of history. It highlights that history is complex because it is composed of multiple narratives and perspectives which are [...]