Public report - Multiperspectivity in history teaching - Romania

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Public report - Multiperspectivity in history teaching - Romania

Teachers from Romania, Cyprus, Serbia, Greece, Italy and Sweden met in Bacau, Romania to work for three days (27 to 31 March) during this European workshop organised in the framework of the Pestalozzi Programme.

Exchanges of experiences, analysys of teaching pratices, online networking around the CoE’s Recommendation on Multiperspectivity in History Education in view of History learning further development.  

You will find an overview of the workshop following the link here.

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Programme is the
Council of Europe's programme for the
professional development
of teachers and
education actors.

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