Hi-story Lessons. Teaching about 20th Century History
11 February, 16:00
Registration for the Hi-story lessons Webinar is now open! During the webinar we will talk about digital history education. We will take a closer look at www.hi-storylessons.eu, our multilingual platform and its use in online schooling. The webinar will take place on 11 February 2021 at 16:00 CEST.Teachers, educators and all history enthusiasts are invited to register
Programme of the webinar (60 min):
✔️ Hi-story lessons and the idea behind the project.
✔️ How to access our free online educational tools?
✔️ How to use our materials in the classroom?
✔️ Q&A session.
The webinar will be held in Polish.
"Hi-story lessons. Teaching & learning about 20th-century European history" is a multilingual web-based educational project designed for high school and college teachers, educators of history and other related subjects. The platform is tailored to the school curriculum and meets the needs of students aged 13–18. The content can be used widely including the purposes of non-formal education. The website is a set of multiple educational tools such as infographics, animations as well as event descriptions. The content of the materials is a selection of key events, processes as well as political decisions in 20th-century European history. The idea of the project is twofold:
1) to focus on the history of six Central-European countries: Poland, Germany, Czechia, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary;
2) to enable the learning history from multiple perspectives.
▪ Maria Naimska holds degrees from the Institute of Political Science and from the Centre for Studies on the Classical Tradition, both at the University of Warsaw. She specializes in management of cultural and educational projects. Her field of interests focuses on innovative and creative solutions for the educational system, as well as finding creative tools for non-formal historical education. She is the coordinator of the 'Hi-story lessons. Teaching & learning about 20th-century European history' project.
▪ Beata Tomczyk graduated in 2016 with a MA in Cultural Studies from the Institute of Polish Studies at the University of Warsaw. She also studied one semester at the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen (2012/2013). Before joining ENRS, Beata worked as a project manager in the travel industry and PR agency. In 2017/2018 she spent one year in Germany doing the European Voluntary Service in the Church of Reconciliation at the Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial Site.
In case of any questions or queries concerning the webinar please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.