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HOW TO MAKE OUR STUDENTS YOUNG HISTORIANS? (Institute 4) -

The Lebanese Association for History, with collaboration of the Center for the Lebanese Studies, is continuing the series of workshops on the capacity building of history teachers as part of its program: HOW TO MAKE OUR STUDENTS YOUNG HISTORIANS?
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As part of the Lebanese Association for History’s (LAH) project to learn about the various histories in Lebanon, a trip was organized by Jamal Arafat to Baalbek to explore the city’s unique cultural heritage and to foster dialogue and future collaboration with history teachers in Baalbek. The...
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Euroclio organised a workshop in July 2017 in Seoul to evaluate and develop the project “Dealing with the Past in History Education”. The overall objective is to create, empower and increase the impact of a global core group of civil society actors that have a mission and relevant experience...
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forumZFD and the Lebanese Association for History (LAH) in collaboration with the Barbir Hospital have organized an exhibition on “Sites of Commemoration in Lebanon: Towards a better understanding of the past”. The exhibition took place on Saturday, 29 April, 2017 from 11am to 2pm at the Barbir...
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Maha Shuayb, Nayla Hamadeh, Amine Elias and Jihane Francis facilitated workshop 3 “Is Diversity a complex historical concept?” which took place on April 7-8, as part of the “How to make our students young historians?” program. Participants were engaged in a variety of activities to study...
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Historians’ strategies for approaching evidence and exploring change and ‎continuity “Historians’ strategies for approaching evidence and exploring change and ‎continuity‎" is the workshop facilitated by LAH members Bassel Akar, Maha Shuayb, Jihane Francis, and Amira Al Hariri. For two...
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In association with Euroclio and AHDR (Cyprus), LAH hosted on February 11-12, 2017 the second meeting for the  'Learning (my) History, your history' project. The team met in Beirut to continue working on cross national curriculum units. Under the guidance of Michael Riley, Jamie Byrom and Steven...
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The “How to Develop Young Historians?” program kicked off on January 13, 2017 with a group of 36 teachers from all the Lebanon regions. The first institute “From historical thinking to building causal reasoning in history classrooms” was facilitated by Nayla Hamadeh, Bassel Akar, Amira...
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LAH in collaboration with the Centre for Lebanese Studies at the Lebanese American University (LAU) is launching its professional development program for 2017-2018 How do we make our students young historians? The program aims at building participants’ capacities to develop disciplinary...
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