Do you want to widen your view on history education? In this project we want to bring together history educators from different universities in Europe in one course on history education and dealing with national and European heritage. We are looking for students that want to join this module. Focus lies with German, Swedish and Dutch history, but students from other EUniWell universities and countries are also invited to take part in the course.
- Learning about different history curricula and approaches in history teaching in Europe
- Learning to design and evaluate lessons with an about national and European heritage objects
- Explore opportunities to collaborate internationally in history education and discuss multiple perspectives.
- Learning about how to deal with difficult memory cultures
Practical Perspective: How to make choices/how to activate learners?
Moral perspectives: What options are there to discuss hot and cold issues? Teaching or preaching.
Inclusive perspective: How do you reach/include students traditionally not well-served by the system? What are marginalized groups?
The course corresponds to a minimum of 3 ECTS. You will receive a certificate after successful participation.
- 24 May 2023, 4-5.30 pm (CEST): Introduction of themes and getting to know each other (Online)
- 13 Sept 2023, 3-6 pm (CEST): First Online Class
- 23 - 27 Oct 2023: Onsite Classes and Activities in Cologne and Excursion to Amsterdam
- 15 Nov 2023, 9-11 pm (CET): Second Online Class
- 10 Jan 2024, 9-11 pm (CET): Presentation of Outcomes (Online)
Who can apply for the Blended Intensive Programme (BIP) via this form?
The BIP is aimed at students of Teacher Training of the subjects History and Social Sciences (Bachelor or Master).
The programme is coordinated by professors of the European University for Well-Being (EUniWell) in cooperation with Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (Hogeschool van Amsterdam). Application is open to Teacher Training students of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences as well as of EUniWell universities.
Please note the following information before applying:
- Classes will be held in English language. Please be prepared to speak and work in English during this course.
- After a successful application, you will be provided with an Eramus+ or equivalent funding for your short-term stay at University of Cologne. Your home university is responsible for this process and will inform you about the details.
- Get in touch with your faculties/processors/examination offices at your home university regarding recognition of the class.
Contact for questions at University of Cologne: Leonie Tillmanns l.tillmanns[at]uni-koeln.de
Application Deadline: 21 May 2023
... to be able to take part in the first online getting-to-know-session in May! In case further spots are available we will open the call again in the early summer.