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What are the Contents?

The handbook reflects upon core elements of history learning and human rights education as well as their interrelation. Based on this analysis, suggestions for further developing the combined approach were generated.

The handbook has two parts. Part I presents educational concepts whereas part II focuses on educational practice.

Contents

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

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

       By Martin Lücke

PART II: EDUCATIONAL PRACTICE

 4. Practical Tools for Combining History Learning and Human Rights Education

       By Else Engel, Lea Fenner, Martin Lücke, Felisa Tibbitts

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

       By Felisa Tibbitts

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

       By Martin Lücke

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

       By Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs

 8. Combining History Learning and Human Rights Education in Non-Formal Education

       By Else Engel