The project Remembrance Education for Thinking critically – RETHINK was a 36-month effort to shed light on the educational programmes that have been developed in the field of Remembrance Education. The RETHINK partnership intends to demonstrate that the approach of Remembrance Education is beneficial to the enhancement of pupils’ critical thinking skills and the ability to challenge prejudices.
With this final seminar, we want to promote the project results towards educational institutions and other learning providers, policy makers, social and sectoral partners and stakeholders at European level.
Remembrance Education for THINKing critically
2 march 2021,
- What is Rethink? (Clément Bardoux, France Education International – Coordinator Rethink Project)
- Presentation of the Rethink database (Morgane Knepper – Mémorial de la Shoah)
- Launch of the Rethink Network (Isabelle Diependaele – Kazerne Dossin)
- Never Again is Now Again: Historical Persistence of Collective Violence and Critical Thinking in Remembrance Education (Nena Močnik – PhD)
3 march 2021,
4-6 pm (CeT)
- Connecting to session 1 (Isabelle Diependaele – Kazerne Dossin)
- The case of bringing Remembrance Education to the class room (Wouter Sinaeve)
- Presentation Rethink Teachers’ Guide and E-learning platform (Alice Modena – EuroClio, Alessia Valenti – CESIE)
4 march 2021,
- Connecting to session 2 (Isabelle Diependaele – Kazerne Dossin)
- Introduction of the panel: Remembrance education in practice: Voices from different fields (Alice Modena & Catherine Savitsky – EuroClio)
- How can we present a difficult past in a way that it is meaningful today? (Prof. Dariusz Stola)
- How to bring Theory into Practice? (Maarten Van Alstein – PhD)
- Remembrance education – The role of public authorities (Jean-Philippe Restoueix)
- Presentation of Rethink’s policy recommendations (Isabelle Diependaele – Kazerne Dossin)
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