- 2014/01/16 SEM@S recognised by the European Parliament
- 2013/11/20 European history teachers trained in SEM@S experience
- 2013/06/26 SEM@S presented in Brussels
- 2013/01/24 SEM@S in the Oral History Journal
- 2013/01/03 Newsletter December 2012
Category Archives: News
2012/10/10 Debinka school (Poland) in the TV
See the clip.
2012/09/26 Students’ documentary presented in Kranj
MKK presents the memories of Kranj industrialization: an exhibition with students’ work and historical pictures together with the public exhibition of the documentary elaborated by students.
2012/09/18 4th project meeting in Kranj (Slovenia)
Partners met on 14th and 15th September to discuss the pilot implementation of the methodology in schools and set up the final version of the methodology. See it at Aranzadi’s web site.
2012/07/16 SEM@S interests to Museums’ curators
Emma King and Tracy Craggs, members of SEM@S team delivered the workshop Using historical memory in museum learning and interpretation based on the experience of the project at the Social History Curators Group Conference.
2012/07/14 SEM@S newsletter echoed by Euroclio
Euroclio, the European Association of History Teaching included a link to SEM@S June newsletter in July. See it at Euroclio website
2012/06/30 Canadian educators interested in SEM@S
SEM@S project is included the Museum Education Monitor Newsletter June 2012 published in Canada, as well as all the related social media: Web– http://www.mccastle.comFacebook– http://www.facebook.com/Museum.Education.MonitorTwitter– http://twitter.com/mchriscastle Pinterest - http://pinterest.com/mchriscastle/ FORUM Blog– http://forum.mccastle.com/
Article published by Didakta a leading didactical magazine in Slovenia. Didakta, June- July 2012
2012/06/18 SEM@S in Slovenian press
Article published in Nedelo newspaper (national scope). Nedelo 17/06/2012
2012/06/11 Final exhibition at school in San Sebastian
A final exhibition showing objects and devices of the period studied (1950-1970) was organised by Santo Tomas Lizeoa in San Sebastian on 9th June. See it at Aranzadi’s website
Three students have submitted their research work on the historical context of the industrialization to a national history context. See students’ work: INDUSTRIALIZACIJA KRANJA IN NJENE POSLEDICE; Franjo Sirc and Josip Slavec