Așa cum anunțasem, Euroclio va organiza în perioada 2-7 aprilie în Donostia-San Sebastian (Spania) cea de-a 24-a Conferință Anuală. Tema din acest an este “Intersections: How can History Education Change Today?”
Euroclio oferă 3 burse care acoperă toate cheltuielile (transport, participare la conferință, cazare pentru 6 nopți). Pentru obținerea unei burse pot aplica și membrii SSIR care îndeplinesc următoarele condiții:
- cunosc bine limba engleză;
- au experiență didactică, în special în predarea istoriei;
- sunt dispuși să-și împărtășească propria experiență cu colegii din întreaga Europă;
- participă activ într-o asociație membră a Euroclio (în cazul de față, SSIR);
- au dificultăți de ordin financiar în ceea ce privește acoperirea cheltuielilor pentru conferință;
- pot disemina în mod concret rezultatele conferinței Euroclio, în special cele legate de proiectul “Decisions and Dilemmas II” (proiect care va fi lansat de Euroclio la această conferință și prin intermediul căruia se oferă aceste 3 burse);
- au avut oportunități limitate de a participa la conferințele anterioare ale Euroclio.
Cei care doresc să candideze pentru aceste burse o pot face completând o aplicație electronică care poate fi găsită aici.
Termenul limită este 13 februarie, ora 23:59.
A 24-a Conferință Anuală EUROCLIO va avea loc în perioada 2-7 aprilie 2017 în Spania, la Donostia-San Sebastián și se va desfășura sub titlul: “Intersections: How can History Education Change Today?”.
Conferința își propune să dezbată rolul educației istorice în actualul context internațional și lansează câteva subiecte de reflecție: identitate/identități, local/global, comunitate/națiune/Europa, rolul educației istorice în modul în care ne raportăm la trecut și prezent?
Conferință Anuală EUROCLIO va pune la dispoziția participanților mai multe ateliere de lucru, va facilita schimburile interculturale și va oferi posibilitatea de participare la mai multe vizite ghidate.
EUROCLIO is delighted to announce the official Call for Participation for our International Training Seminar within our “Decisions and Dilemmas: Learning about the EU from a Historical Perspective” project. The training will take place in Vilnius, Lithuania from 13 until 16 May, 2016 and is organized by EUROCLIO in cooperation with the Lithuanian History Teacher’s Association, and Vilnius University.
You are invited to come and experience a professional training course gathering around 45 history, heritage and citizenship educators from all across Europe involving materials that set the European Union in its historical context and enable students to understand that Europe faces, and has always faced, dilemmas that require decisions. In parallel there will be a meeting by educators from all EU countries on how European Integration is portrayed in history and social science textbooks. The engaging seminar programme aims to equip educators with adequate tools to teach the history of Europe and European Integration and its difficult processes to youngsters in an innovative and engaging way through workshops, on-site study visits, peer learning and brainstorm sessions.
Participants are expected to be practitioners in history, citizenship and heritage education with a working level of English, committed to work during the training with the other participants, and interested in future cross-border cooperation on history education.
For this training, there will be a fee of €125, – per person. This fee covers the participation in the trainings including coffee breaks, lunches, dinners and on-site study visits for the 3 seminar days.
Travel expenses and accommodation should be covered by the participants. For accommodation we recommend Corner Hotel. This hotel is on walking distance of the training venue with prices around 53 euro per night including breakfast for a single room.*
How to Register?
Interested applicants can register for the training seminar before 22nd of April 2016.
We are looking forward to spending one remarkably insightful weekend with you in the beautiful Lithuania!
*prices may variate from the budget mentioned.
EUROCLIO, Asociația Europeană a Profesorilor de Istorie a lansat MANIFESTUL PRIVIND CALITATEA SUPERIOARĂ A EDUCAŢIEI ÎN DOMENIUL ISTORIEI, PROTEJĂRII PATRIMONIULUI ŞI CETĂŢENIEI, enunțând 15 principii privind recunoaşterea contribuţiei distincte a istoriei la dezvoltarea tinerei generaţii.
Is your school planning to apply for Erasmus+ KA 1 mobility grants?
Then, we would like to encourage EUROCLIO Members and partners to include EUROCLIO courses in their school’s Erasmus+ mobility grant applications. Deadline for Erasmus+ Key Action 1 (mobility of individuals) grant is 2 February 2016.
Two upcoming courses of EUROCLIO are:
The 24th EUROCLIO Annual Conference Professional Development Training Course, San Sebastian (Spain), 25-31 March 2017 (provisional dates). More information about the EUROCLIO Annual Course is available here.
How To Apply For Erasmus+ Mobility Grants?
Erasmus+ is available for all history, citizenship and heritage educators, but Schools have to submit their application to their National Agencies. Individual teachers can not apply!
Teaching sensitive history in divided societies
About the competition
The idea behind the Historiana competition is to encourage educators to find practical ways to overcome a common challenge for history, heritage and citizenship educators. Each edition will focus on a different challenge, usually linked to the theme of an international training. The Jury will write a report with the main lessons learned from the analysis of all submissions as a contribution to the advancement of history, heritage and citizenship education as important subjects. The challenge for the 1st edition is to create learning activities that help to address stereotypes by teaching sensitive history in divided societies. This is a key challenge to educators across the world, and very relevant for the theme and programme of EUROCLIO’s Annual conference in Belfast in 2016. The hope is that many colleagues from Europe and beyond will share their practices in teaching this theme by taking part in the competition.
The winner of the competition will be invited to give a workshop at the EUROCLIO conference on “Reimagining Remembrance & Dealing with the Legacy of a Violent Past” in Belfast on 19-24 March 2016. The costs for travel and stay will be fully covered by EUROCLIO. In addition the winning learning activity will feature on Historiana and be tagged “Winner Historiana Competition”.1 More information on the theme and the programme of the conference in Belfast can be found at http://www.euroclio.eu/new/index.php/work/international-training/1357- 2016-belfast-northern-ireland
Who can submit?
All history, heritage and citizenship educators, teacher trainers and trainee teachers can submit a contribution.
EUROCLIO (European Association of History Educators) is delighted to announce the official Call for Participation for the 23rd EUROCLIO Annual Conference Professional Development and Training Course on ‘Remembering the Difficult Past through History and Heritage Education’ in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The conference will run from the 19th until 25th March 2016.
Educators from all over the world are invited to apply to participate in one of the most significant history education conferences in Europe.
2016 marks the centenary of two important events in History, namely the Easter Rising and the Battle of the Somme. Both events have come to be seen as key moments in the history of both sides of a divided city. How these issues, amongst others, are taught can provide a number of obstacles for teachers to overcome.
How can we teach controversial history in a responsible manner?
The conference aims to explore this question through an active programme which will engage the participant in workshops, dialogue tables, open spaces, on-site study visits, public debate and reflective and interactive panels. The core group of teachers and heritage educators will be involved in activities that will empower them to engage their students and other target groups in critical debate from multiple perspectives.
Thank you for your interest, please feel free to pass this message on to any contacts you feel may be interested in participating in this event.
History, Heritage and Citizenship educators across Europe and beyond are invited to participate in the 22nd EUROCLIO Annual Conference Professional Development and Training Course. The conference will take part in Elsinore, Denmark, a city standing on centuries of global history. The focus will be on roles and conducting of democracy in History Education. How can we pave this way to democracy? The conference aims to explore this question through a highly active and condensed programme which will engage participants in an interactive programme with workshops, dialogue tables, open spaces, on-site study visits, public debate and reflective and interactive panels. The conference will provide a platform of intercultural exchange in which the participants will actively learn, share best practices and network. The core group of teachers and heritage educators will be involved in activities that will empower them to engage their students and other target groups in critical debate from multiple perspectives, promote pluralism and combat the idea that history is a single, unchangeable truth.
Conference webpage can be found here
Interested parties can register online on the following link: http://goo.gl/VCaM9K
Registration is open until 1st December 2014. For queries, contact Aysel Gojayeva (firstname.lastname@example.org).
EUROCLIO is looking for new trainees: are you up for the challenge?
EUROCLIO offers university students in the final stage of their University Bachelor degree or in their Master degree the opportunity to enrich their knowledge with the practical experience of working for an International NGO in the field of History Education.
As a trainee, you will learn all about the world of an International NGO. You will get in touch with different institutions, donors, funding organs, and international associations and learn about the importance of networking, organizing and reporting. Your tasks include communication with members and partners, public announcements, fundraising and all aspects of event management. It is also possible to do a research traineeship.
For our Spring 2015 (February – July) traineeships we are looking for dedicated students that have:
• An interest in History, History Education and International Cooperation;
• Skills in Standard Microsoft Office Applications;
• Flexibility, strong motivation and the capability to work independently;
• Fluency in written and spoken English, which is the working language at the Secretariat. Knowledge of any other language is an advantage.
Students who are interested can send their letter of motivation and CV by e-mail to Judith Geerling.
The deadline is 1 November! For more information go to our website.
Georg Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research (Braunschweig), Institute for National History (Skopje), Institute for Spiritual and Cultural Heritage of the Albanians (Skopje)
for an academic conference on
3-5 June 2015, Skopje
Modern and contemporary history provide us with numerous case studies focusing on the multi-layered relationship between the Albanian- and Slavic-speaking (and other) communities in the Balkans. Whether through hardship and conflict, or coexistence and cooperation, various groups from this part of the Balkans have been engaging in and shaping a thoroughly intertwined regional life throughout history. The aim of this conference is to provide a forum for academic discussion on the complex trans-cultural history of the region and on the role of history education in the formation of mutual perceptions and relationships. The conference seeks to understand not only the past, but also the socio-political contexts which bring their influence to bear on the writing of historiography and history textbooks.
Most of the topics we will discuss at the conference will touch upon modern and contemporary history, but we do encourage an interdisciplinary approach and therefore welcome the participation of colleagues from different fields in the humanities and social sciences. Trans-cultural and cross-border approaches are equally encouraged. Participants may wish to focus on some of the following topics/sessions:
1. Historiography: regional perspectives on cultural and socio-political history
2. Historiography and history education: assessment of their relationship
3. History education: textbooks and society
4. Otherness: images of neighbours
5. Cross-cultural patterns: shared traditions and experiences
How to apply
Applicants should submit an abstract (around 500 words) of their paper and a short CV in English.
Participants: 20-25 scholars from history and related fields
Date and venue: 3-5 June 2015, Skopje
Costs: The organiser will provide board and accommodation, and will reimburse participants’ travel expenses.
Presentation time: 15-20 min.
Application deadline: 1 December 2014
Organiser responds: January 2015
Convenors: Eckhardt Fuchs (Georg Eckert Institute, Braunschweig), Darko Stojanov (Institute for National History), Besnik Emini (Institute for Spiritual and Cultural Heritage of the Albanians)
Academic coordinator: Claudia Lichnofsky (Georg Eckert Institute)
Please send your application (abstract and CV) to: email@example.com