A very special thank you to Sofia Kearney and Miriam Pérez Carbonell for
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We hereby publish the 3rd EHISTO-newsletter. It contains for example the concept of the final publication, part I, the report about the 3rd meeting in Salamanca, the results of work packages 6, 7 and 8, the announcement of the Wroclaw conference and further echoes of EHISTO in China. Enjoy reading about all these activities!
In the scope of the conference with high-class participants, which deals with the topic “History and Edutainment”, the Augsburg EU LLP Comenius project EHISTO (European History Crossroads as Pathways to Intercultural and Media Education) is invited to present its results from the two-year project in three sections to a broad international expert audience in Wroclaw (Poland).
From 27 till 30 October 2013 the project partners of the EU project “European History Crossroads as Pathways to Intercultural and Media Education” (EHISTO) met upon the invitation from the Augsburg-based project coordinator Prof. Dr. Susanne Popp (Chair of History Didactics) for the second project meeting in Łódź, Poland. Joanna Szczecińska M.A. from the Academy of Management Łódź hosted the meeting. In addition to the researchers mentioned above further researchers from the University of Salamanca (Spain), the University of Darlarna (Sweden), the University of East Anglia (UK) as well as the Institute for Film and Image in Research and Education (FWU) in Grünwald are also involved in the project. In particular it is worthy to point out that the partner schools’ teachers also attended the meeting. [FULL REPORT]
With an international conference in Lodz (Poland), the EU funded LLP Comenius project EHISTO (European History Crossroads as Pathways to Intercultural and Media Education), coordinated by the University of Augsburg’s Chair of History Didactics, enters the second project phase.
Augsburg/Lodz – researchers, media experts as well as teachers of the partner schools involved in the project will attend the conference organised by the Chair of History Didactics which is held in Lodz (Poland) from 27 to 30 October. After about one year, the EHISTO project, supported by the EU with about 300 000 euros, is halfway through.