The European Parliament published the document European Historical Memory: Policies, Challenges and Perspectives in which the SEM@S project is recognised as good practice in the field of education related to the historical memory
EUROCLIO, the European Association of History Educators, organised a 4 days training seminar for history educators in San Sebastian. A workshop was delivered by Aranzadi aimed to explain the project experience and the benefits of working with living witnesses.
In the framework of the Big Foot final Conference, a LLP project dealing with intergenerational learning and local development in rural areas; Aranzadi presented the SEM@S experience in the Committee of the Regions in Brussels.
An article explaining the SEM@S experience in UK will appear in the Oral History Journal which is due out in March.
Learn more about project final results and conclusions: Newsletter December 2012
EUROCLIO, the European Association of History Educators, contributes to disseminate SEM@S among its members and associates. See EUROCLIO December newsletter
Ikastola, the monthly publication of Ikastolen Elkartea publishes in December a feature on SEM@S seminar held in Donostia – San Sebastian last November. See here (page 4 -8)
Why is important the historical memory in history teaching? Listen here (Min 32’35)
SEM@S project results has been presented in San Sebastian, in Ikastolen Etxean. Experiences in all countries have been discussed and Jonathan Even-Zavor from EUROCLIO delivered a workshop on the use of memory in history lessons. See it in Aranzadi’s website
Learn more about the project outcomes and next steps: SEM@S_Newsletter_October