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Welcome to the TeacMem ProjectWelcome! This is the Web presentation of the International Project "TeacMem. Developing Competence-Orientated Teaching on Historical Memories", a joint venture of Institutions in the Fields of History Didactics, Research in Public Historical Memory, Teacher Training and Secondary Schools in Denmark, Germany and Norway. The project is funded by the COMENIUS program of the European Union, EACEA devision. It runs from October 2009 to September 2012. Its far goal is to introduce into history teaching at schools the complex of public memory and remembrance of the National Socialist Germany's politics and atrocities towards people livining in resp. coming from Scandinavia and their countries, and the ways these parts of the mutual (i.e. shared and divided) of history (especially Scandinavians' imprisonment in German Concentration camps, German Ocupation of Denmark and Norway) are being remembered within the participating countries. To this end, the project ventures to bring together teachers, teacher trainers, museum and memorial educators from the participating countries and to enable them to share and exchange their mutual (again: shared and divided) perspectives on the subjects and the traditions as well als debates and developments in learning about these subjects. Next to these tri-national and inter-professional encounters and exchanges of experiences with and perspectives on learning processes regarding these aspects, which will be organised in the form of three international seminars, groups of participants, again mixed as to their country and profession, will develop material packs and teaching concepts, at first for further teacher training within the participating countries, which later on wil resp. can be used for developing teaching and learning concepts for pupils. For these developmentarl processes, online-cooperation is used. On these web-sites, information on the project is presented both for the members of the project and for the public. The site isa combines blog and static presentation. Some pages and blog-entries are for project participants only and thus not visible for outside visitors. A Project Presentation
- Report from the International Dissemination Conference of the Comenius Project TeacMem – Concepts and Methods for Historical Learning in Memorials and Museums/Learning Memory Culture – November 19 – 21 2012. By Nina Lyng-Vagstein
- Joke van der Leeuw-Roord: Evaluation
- TeacMem Dissemination Conference featured in Hamburg University’s newsletter
- EUROCLIO website features TeacMem Dissemination Conference
- TeacMem Dissemination Conference held in Hamburg
- Press release on TeacMem Dissemination Conference
- Third TeacMem Seminar in Oslo finished
- Third TeacMem Seminar in Oslo: Radio Interview in NRK
- Press Statement on Copenhagen Seminar (in Danish)
- TeacMem: The First (Neuengamme) Seminar – Short Report
Author Archives: Prof. Dr. Andreas Körber
A new article (in German) on attribution of meaning to memory culture in Norway has recently been published by TeacMem-member Claudia Lenz, together with Peter Schröder: Lenz, Claudia; Schröder, Peter (2018): “Orte, an denen man wachsen kann” – Empirische Rekonstruktionen … Continue reading
On May 27th, 2014, Andreas Körber presented the principles, methods and results of the TeacMem project (in German) on the Conference “Gemeinsam erinnern – gemeinsam Zukunft gestalten” (“Remember together — shape the future together”) of the German Pedagogical Exchange Service … Continue reading
Norwegian Newspaper Åsane Tidende featured an interview with TeacMem Member Ruth Stokkedal of U.Pihl videregående skole on April 8th, 2014 (page 93). Unfortunately, it is not covered in the online edition. Thanks Ruth!
Finally, the “TeacMem-Book” appeared: Bjerg, Helle/Körber, Andreas/Lenz, Claudia et al. (Hg.) (2014): Teaching Historical Memories in an Intercultural Perspective. Concepts and Methods (= Neuengammer Kolloquien, Band 4), Berlin.
The Georg-Eckert-Institute for International Schoolbook Research today launched a short abstract to first findings of a comparative project on how the Holocaust is treated in schools worldwide: GEI.DE: Zum schulischen Umgang mit dem Holocaust weltweit – eine Studie des Georg-Eckert-Instituts … Continue reading
Schreiber, Waltraud (2012): »„Kraft der Freiheit – Geist der Diktatur“. Über die Herausforderung, Besucherinnen und Besucher an Gedenkstätten in der Entwicklung ihrer historischen Kompetenz zu fördern«, in: Karin Fuchs/Karin Fuchs/Raffael von Niederhäusern et al. (Hg.), Kompetenzentwicklung an aussserschulischen Lernorten. Tagungsband … Continue reading
The conference opened on Monday Nov 19 in the Hamburg University Library and marked the conclusion of the TeacMem Project. First Andreas Körber from Hamburg University gave an introduction on the project and summarized the development of the project from … Continue reading
This address was given by Joke van der Leeuw-Roord at the dissemination conference of TeacMem in November 2012 in Hamburg as the result of her evaluation: “Thanks to ask me to join your thought provoking journey. Teaching Historical Memories in … Continue reading
In this article, Ulrike Jensen, assistant at Neuengamme Memorial’s study center, presents materials and reflections on how to address the ambivalent and debated history of the White Buses Rescue action in spring 1945 in history teachingband teacher training. The arcticle … Continue reading
In this article, Oliver von Wrochem, head of the study centerv at Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial presents material and reflections on how to address in a reflective way the concept of perpetratorship in teaching about memory culture. Oliver von Wrochem: … Continue reading