An electronic e-book
The main outcome of the project is this interactive e‐book aimed at teacher trainers, teachers in training, practising teachers and their pupils.
The e‐book contains examples of teaching materials relating to significant historical examples of interactions and convergences within Europe along with strategies, methods and teaching techniques directed towards gaining a fuller awareness of these interactions and convergences.
These materials have been developed within the framework of an active methodology and teaching approach, multiperspectivity and a focus on the acquisition of identified key skills.
The Council of Europe hopes that this pedagogical tool will play the role of a navigator guiding history educators towards the goal of building a more peaceful future based on respect for dignity, human rights and fundamental freedoms; motivating them to act creatively; and helping them to find their way of teaching history in the diverse world of the 21st century.
NEW:The e-book on Shared histories for a Europe without dividing lines was translated into Estonian at the initiative of the Estonian Ministry of Education and Research together with the Estonian History and Civics Teachers Association. The Council of Europe provided the interactive format of the e-publication.
The e-book Shared histories for a Europe without dividing lines also exists in Greek.
The translation was done at the initiative of Democritus University of Thrace, Greece.