Strategies for Inclusion – Making High Quality History Education More Inclusive and Accessible: Professional Development Training

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Strategies for Inclusion - Hamburg (Germany), 19-23 February 2018: Inclusive Education is a fast developing aspect of teaching and learning. One key challenge if how to move from special needs education to inclusive education, while maintaining a sense of equity in the learning outcomes. In partnership with centres of expertise and practitioners, EUROCLIO offers free pedagogical tools, teacher’s guidance and examples of practice to offer the history and citizenship field. We are proud to invite history and citizenship educators from all over Europe to take part in an intensive course, full of practical workshops, exciting school visits and engaging discussions on How to make High-Quality History and Citizenship Education more Inclusive?

The course is organised in close partnership with the University of Hamburg.

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EUROCLIO - European Association of History Educators
Hamburg, Slovenia

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