During the 2018-2019 academic year, more than 2,000 teachers around Europe have been creating learning scenarios with digital cultural heritage and testing them with their students. In this brochure, we present some of the most relevant facts and figures reached by this community.
In collaboration with European Schoolnet, Europeana has produced a short publication addressed to Ministries of Education and other stakeholders in the domain. The aim is to introduce Europeana's activities and educational offer to promote the use of digital cultural heritage in learning environments.
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.
Cultural heritage has an essential role to play in education, research and innovation, because it can enrich both formal and informal educational experiences. Since 2015, European Schoolnet (EUN) and the Europeana Foundation have been working together, sharing a common vision: to bring digital cultural heritage to as many classrooms as possible. Here’s what we’ve achieved together over the last year.
This month on Europeana Pro News, as the academic year draws to a close, we’re looking back to see what we, and our education community, have learned over the last months. Today, Ryszard Markowicz, a teacher and Europeana User Group member in Poland, gives us his top three lessons learned.
This month on Europeana Pro News, as the academic year draws to a close, we’re looking back to see what we, and our education community, have learned over the last months. Today, Teresita Gravina, a junior high school teacher and Europeana Teacher Ambassador in Italy, gives us her top three lessons learned.