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CHANGE – Handbook for History Learning and Human Rights Education

For Educators in Formal, Non-Formal and Higher Education

Bestellnummer: 40390 (Print) / 40391 (PDF)
Autoren/Hrsg.: Martin Lücke, Felisa Tibbitts, Else Engel, Lea Fenner (Ed.)
unter Mitarbeit von: Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs, Else Engel, Lea Fenner, Martin Lücke, Felisa Tibbitts
Erscheinungsjahr: 2016
Auflage: 1
Seitenzahl: 208
ISBN: 978-3-7344-0390-3 (Print) / 978-3-7344-0391-0 (PDF)
Klassenstufe: Sek. II + Jugendbildung
Reihe: Geschichte unterrichten
Neuheiten: Neuerscheinung

Verfügbarkeit: lieferbar

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Change History Learning and Human Rights Education

Über das Buch

What opportunities offer combinations of human rights education and history learning for the empowerment of learners and for further development of both educational approaches? And what would such a combination look like in educational practice?

The handbook provides ideas and answers for educators in formal and non-formal education as well as in university level teacher training from theoretical and practice perspectives. The Change approach links exploring change connected to human rights in the past with contributing to change in the present.

 

Welche Möglichkeiten eröffnet eine Verbindung von historischem Lernen und Menschenrechtsbildung sowohl für ein Empowerment der Lernenden als auch für die Weiterentwicklung beider Bildungsansätze? Und wie kann eine solche Verbindung in der Bildungspraxis aussehen?

Das Handbuch bietet Bildungspraktiker_innen in der schulischen und außerschulischen Bildung sowie in der universitären Lehrer_innenausbildung Antworten und Anregungen aus theoretischer und praktischer Perspektive. Der entwickelte Change Ansatz ist dabei Klammer für die Auseinandersetzung mit menschenrechtsbezogenem Wandel in der Vergangenheit und dessen Förderung in der Gegenwart.

Inhaltsübersicht

Introduction

1          The Change Project and Handbook

Part I: Educational Concepts

2          State of the Art of Combining History Learning and Human Rights Education

By Else Engel, Lea Fenner and Martin Lücke

2.1     International Perspectives on History Learning and Human Rights Education

          History Learning 

         Human Rights Education

2.2     Concepts for Combining History Learning and Human Rights Education

          Concepts of Combined Approaches

         Arguments for and Benefits of Combined Approaches

         Challenges of Combined Approaches

        Strategies for Meaningfully Combined Approaches

2.3     Practices of Combining History Learning and Human Rights Education

         Who Combines History Learning and Human Rights Education?

         What are the Programmes and for Whom are they Intended?  

         Why was the Decision for a Combined Approach Made?

         How are Combined Approaches Conceptualised?

         What are the Learning Contents?

        What are the Educational Objectives?

2.4     Concluding Remarks: Commonalities of History Learning and Human Rights Education

3          The Change Approach for Combining History Learning and Human Rights Education

By Martin Lücke

3.1   Introduction

3.2   Being Able to Narrate: History Learning as an Individual Acquisition of History

3.3   Criticising and Analysing Society: The Societal Dimension of History Learning

3.4   Being Competent for Change: Approaches of Human Rights Education and their Connections with History Learning

3.5   Human Rights Education, History Learning and Inclusion

3.6   Contents for a Combined Approach

Part II: Educational Practice

4          Practical Tools for Combining History Learning and Human Rights Education

By Else Engel, Lea Fenner and Martin Lücke

4.1      Guidance to the Practice Chapters

4.2      Core History Learning Elements in a Combined Approach

         History, History Learning and Historical Narration  

         Why History Learning?

        Basic Standards of Historical Narration and Deconstruction

        How to Teach History: Didactic Analysis

4.3      Core Human Rights Education Elements in a Combined Approach

     Human Dignity and Human Rights Standards as the Basis for Human Rights Education

     Why Human Rights Education?

      What are the Objectives of Human Rights Education?

     How to Implement Human Rights Education?

     Human Rights-Based Approach to Education

4.4      Core Elements of a Combined Change Approach

4.5      Benefits of and Strategies for a Combined Approach

4.6      Preparing as an Educator for a Combined Programme

        Recommended Core Resources

        Further Education

         Co-teaching and Team Teaching

By Felisa Tibbitts

4.7      Evaluation of Combined Educational Programmes

        Human Rights-Based Approach and Evaluation

        Learner Assessment

         Educator Assessment

        Programme Evaluation

        Impact Assessment

 

5          Combining History Learning and Human Rights Education in Secondary School Education

By Felisa Tibbitts

5.1      Introduction

         Structure of this Chapter

         Linking with School Curricula

         Working with Students

        Cosmopolitan Approaches to History and Civics Education

        Organising Combined Lessons in Your Own School

5.2      Developing a Combined Curriculum or Activity

          Learner Goals – the Why?

          Theme – the What?

           Methodologies of the Lesson – the How?

          Praxis – the Change?

5.3      Inspiring Examples

          Power and Governance

          Discrimination

           Citizenship and Exclusion

          Mass Violence and Society

          Human Rights and the International Justice System

 

6          Combining History Learning and Human Rights Education in Higher Education and Teacher Training

By Martin Lücke

6.1     Introduction

6.2      The ‘Human Rights Education and History Learning’ Seminar at Freie Universität Berlin

6.3     Analysis of a Practical Example of University Student Work

6.4     Final Points

 

7          Combining History Learning and Human Rights Education at Museums and Memorial Sites

By Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs

7.1   Introduction

7.2   Human Rights Education at Museums and Memorial Sites

        Key Aspects of Education at Museums and Memorial Sites in the Context of this Handbook

        Strategies for Dealing with Challenges when Implementing Combined Programmes

7.3   Developing a Combined Programme

          Preparing a Combined Programme

          Developing an Outline for a Combined Programme

           Guidelines for Developing Combined Programmes

          Formats for Combined Programmes

          Themes for a Combined Programme

           Methods and Outputs of Combined Programmes

7.4   Inspiring Examples Adapted to the Change Approach

7.5   Concluding Remarks

8          Combining History Learning and Human Rights Education in Non-formal Education

By Else Engel

8.1      Key Features of the Learning Environment

         Non-formal Education in the Context of this Handbook

        Organisers of Non-formal Education on History Learning and Human Rights Education

         Educators in Non-formal Education

        Learners in Non-Formal Education

        A Learner-centred Approach

8.2      Drafting a Change Programme Outline

        Context Analysis

        Identifying the Intended Group of Learners

         Choosing and Adopting the Content

        Defining Intended Learning Objectives

        Composing the Team of Educators

         Planning the Evaluation of the Programme

8.3      Developing Change Methods and Outputs

         Levels of Change

        Methods and Outputs for Personal Change

         Methods and Outputs for Societal Change

        Methods and Outputs for Structural Change

 

Zu den Autoren

Dr Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs
Director of the Centre for Holocaust Studies and lecturer at the UNESCO Chair for Education about the Holocaust, Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland

 

Else Engel
Research associate, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany and  Co-founder, right now Human Rights Consultancy & Training, Germany

 

Lea Fenner 
Co-founder, right now Human Rights Consultancy & Training, Germany

 

Dr Martin Lücke
Professor for History Education, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany

 

Dr Felisa Tibbitts
Lecturer, Teachers College of Columbia University, USA and Founder and Senior Advisor, Human Rights Education Associates (HREA), USA

 

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