Created: 27 June 2019
Over the last 25 years, the term multiperspectivity has gained importance in history education and has been a key concept for the work of organisations such as EUROCLIO. Here we look at EUROCLIO’s multiperspective source collections and tell you how you can contribute.
In essence, multiperspectivity means that history should be studied and understood through different points of view. Although history teachers are widely supportive of the idea, implementation in practice often proves to be difficult. One of the challenges that teachers face is getting access to sources that come from different countries and are suitable to use with younger students.