In December 2012 the partnership finished the Sharing European Memories at School project which aimed to design a cross-curricular methodology to work with historical memory in the classroom.
The project results have proved that memory is a powerful learning environment to develop social and civic competences, as well as to strengthen the sense of belonging to the group whose memories are studied. Memory also makes relevant personal, family or community experience, giving a practical application to historical knowledge.
Due to the successful application of historical memory in school education and the positive feedback from different stakeholders, the partnership decided to transfer this experience into adult education.
If you want to learn more about the concepts of memory and identity, please click here to check the theoretical approach which framed the SEM@S project.