Handbook for Educators: New Ways for Formal and Non-Formal History Education

A resource book, called “Handbook for Educators: New Ways for Formal and Non-Formal History Education” has just been published in December 2010, as part of the Education for Peace III project.

The handbook especially focuses on the Teacher Training Workshop (“Learning Different Histories: Discussing Alternative Approaches”) held on 19 – 20 March 2010 and the Historian Forum held on 19 July 2010.  Information is provided on the content and subjects studied at the workshops, as well as providing access to resources and references that would be useful tools for educators in the classroom.  In addition, the issues raised and discussed at the Historian Forum, outlined in the handbook, will highlight some of the major obstacles educators face in the teaching of history in Cyprus and as such contribute to the debate of history teaching in Cyprus.


About POST Research Institute

POST is a non-profit, non-political organization set up by a group of people to work for the cultural, social, and environmental betterment of Cyprus and established at 2002. Vision: To contribute towards achieving an alternative sustainable future, which comprises of an egalitarian Cypriot society, that recognizes the dignity of every living being. Mission: • On the basis of social equality/justice: o To contribute for creating an open dialogue on issues of peace education and reconciliation and working actively for the unification of the island. o To take action against gender discrimination based on one’s sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression for achieving positive social transformation. o To advance, sensitize and advocate for a multicultural and diverse society in which all differences are recognized, understood and accepted. • To excel as an Institute in the execution of research and participatory action. • To strengthen research capacity in Cyprus. • To strive for ecological sustainability through the prevention of environmental degradation and destruction.
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