Training course: smART history – Polish-German and German-French reconciliation process in intercultural youth work
Location: Krzyżowa (Lower Silesia, near Wrocław), Poland
Dates: 21-27 February 2019
Number of participants: Max. 21 participants
Participating countries: France, Germany, Poland
Organizer: Krzyzowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe
Apply here: Application form
Deadline to apply: 1 February 2019
Date Of Selection: 6 February 2019
Inquiries about this training course: Anna Kudarewska at firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants fee: 30 euro.
Accommodation and food
Organizers provide accommodation and food for the whole duration of the training.
Travel costs (based on return ticket) will be reimbursed for the Polish participants up to 20 euro, for German and French participants up to 275 euro.
smART history – Polish-German and German-French reconciliation process in intercultural youth work
smART history is Polish-German-French intercultural training in historical and civic education in Memorial Sites. Participants will learn different models of historical education in an intercultural context and will be able to try creative theater methods
smART history is Polish-German-French intercultural training in historical and political education in Memorial Sites. During the training participants will learn about different models of historical and civic education in an intercultural context and will be able to try creative methods of working with young people using theater methods that can be used during international youth exchanges, but also when working with youth from only one country.
The methodology of the training will be varied: besides the theoretical inputs, there will be many possibilities of practical application of the acquired knowledge and testing methods in an intercultural group. Through this training you can learn:
- different models of pedagogical work within the framework of historical and civic education, especially we will deal with the “entangled history” method
- an intercultural perspective on history, which main points of departure are the interrelations between societies, from this perspective we will consider the processes of Polish German and German French reconciliation;
- what is “intercultural learning” and how to apply methods of intercultural education in historical projects;
- how to incorporate creative and innovative theater-based work methods for historical and political education;
- work in an international team, lead language animations.
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