Workshop On History Education In Lebanon
The Centre for Lebanese Studies, at St Antony’s College, Oxford University and the Lebanese Association for Educational Studies, in collaboration with the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Media Studies at the American University of Beirut, cordially invite you to attend a workshop on the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot experience in adopting a Historical Thinking approach to learning and teaching history in a context of conflicting and controversial historical narratives. The workshop also aims to examine Historical Thinking as an approach for the learning and teaching of history in Lebanon, a post-conflict community with multiple narratives.
Historical Thinking seeks to develop students who are competent as historical thinkers. By thinking historically, the student can critically discuss with others the causes and consequences, change and continuity, interpretation, significance, differences and similarities and chronological understanding of historical incident. The workshop will also explore the following questions: how can we, as educators, transform our history education classrooms to encourage students to think historically?
What challenges do we face and how can we address them?
Attendance is free and places are limited. To register, please either contact the following number 01-744222 or send the attached registration card to the email address; [email protected] before 17th of October 2012.
For the full document: http://daleel-madani.org/sites/default/files/Workshop on History Education in Lebanon (3).pdf