Tag Archives: Teaching Divided Histories

Amaatra Academy, Bangalore

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Project implemented by Deeptha Vivekanand of Ever-After Learning   Both in India and Pakistan, cinema as a cultural production wields immense influence in the lives of the people and mainstream cinema has been deeply affected by Partition. By offering the potential for public mourning in a public space such as a theatre, cinema confronts the…

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Teaching Divided Histories Teacher Training Workshop

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PeaceWorks—An initiative of The Seagull Foundation for the Arts and the Nerve Centre in Northern Ireland conducted the Teaching Divided Histories Teacher Training Workshop from the 18th to the 21st of June at Calcutta International School. It consisted of two workshops of two days each, in which instructors Emma McDermott and Matthew McAleer worked with…

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Teaching Divided Histories

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Teaching Divided Histories is an innovative 3-year project developed by Nerve-Centre [Derry-LondonDerry] and funded by the European Regional Development Fund under the Peace III programme. Teaching Divided Histories – International partnerships A new curriculum-linked approach that explores the potential of Digital Media for in-school learning and practices. The key aim of this project is to…

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Teaching Divided Histories—A Teachers’ Workshop

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It is not everyday that teachers play icebreakers or are divided into groups or given classroom assignments or made to participate in discussions. However, attending a PeaceWorks workshop will make them do all of that and much more. PeaceWorks—an initiative of the Seagull Foundation of the Arts has been working on creating a module as…

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