The webinars are produced for teachers of primary schools and secondary schools working with students aged 13–18, in particular teachers of history and civic education, as well as form teachers especially from Germany, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Romania, Hungary and all English-speaking schools. We invite you to participate in these webinars delivered in English and aimed at presenting free educational resources available on the 'Hi-Story Lessons' platform . During the webinars, the webinar speakers will give practical advice on how to use the resources they have developed and discuss how to talk to students about 20th-century history from the perspective of different European countries. The teaching resources are available in English, Polish, German, Slovak, Czech, Romanian and Hungarian.
The series of webinars will be delivered by Urszula Bijoś, the coordinator of the 'Hi-story Lessons: Teaching 20th-century European History' project for the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity. Bijoś has a master's degree in history from the University of Warsaw and is an experienced educator, facilitating meetings and webinars as well as creating educational resources. She is the co-author of the 'Cities and Memory' guidebook series and aims to make history more accessible.
Where? The webinars are to be held on ZOOM.
Enrolment: Sign up for each webinar separately – links to the registration forms can be found below.