EHISTO will develop theoretical and empirical tools in order to implement the project outcomes into the educational landscape. EHISTO, together with schools, institutions for initial and in-service teacher training and educational media experts, conceptualises
1. A Baseline study of the needs and best practice examples in schools concerning the intercultural and media analytical competences and recording the actual state of the required national market of popular history magazines to find some topics which are part of the magazines, the school syllabi and in the curricula of teacher trainings.
2.Teaching and learning objects that are available online, including teacher manuals for the secondary level focused on historical topics that are covered by national magazines and syllabi of all partnering countries (“European History Crossroads”). The materials consist of history and media-didactically edited content.
3. A Project seminars for initial teacher training along with a module guide that integrates the new approach along with activating methods.
4. Teacher course with a handbook for the use in in-service teacher training that integrates the new approach along with activating methods.
5. The developed materials (teacher material and teacher manual, teacher module and guide for initial teacher training and the module for in-service teacher training) will be tested, evaluated and revised in practice.
6. Finally, the project results will be made available for policy makers and stakeholders in order to contribute to the development of a European teacher education reference frame called “transnational history media education”.
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