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Teachers’ questionnaires open for contributions to the OHTE Thematic Report “Pandemics and Natural Disasters as Reflected in History Teaching”

History teachers in the 16 member states of the Observatory are invited to respond to a 30 minute questionnaire related to their teaching practices – an opportunity to contribute to an overview on history teaching of pandemics and natural disasters in the first thematic report of the Observatory.
Survey Strasbourg, France 18 May 2022
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Teachers’ questionnaires open for contributions to the OHTE Thematic Report “Pandemics and Natural Disasters as Reflected in History Teaching”

In order to gain as much insight possible on how pandemics and natural disasters are taught in schools, a large number of responses from teachers is needed per country.

The thematic report on “Pandemics and Natural Disasters as Reflected in History Teaching”, the first report  issued by the Observatory (due in December 2022) will examine on the one hand, data collected from  authorities – including curricula, and on the other hand, the teaching approaches of history teachers within the 16 member states of the Observatory. It intends to cover the following main topics:

  • Pandemics and natural disasters in the history curricula
  • Teachers and educators’ experiences and approaches when teaching about pandemics, epidemics, and natural disasters
  • The treatment of minority groups in pandemics, epidemics, and natural disasters
  • Teaching in a way that brings about an awareness of a common European experience
  • COVID-19 and Climate Change: Present-day reflections and the relevance of past pandemics, epidemics, and natural disasters for modern society

The questionnaire is available in 12 languages as listed below.

Information on data protection, funding of the work and how to receive the results of the study is available in the doc in link.