Stories that Move
More and more teachers have got to know Stories that Move by attending a webinar or taking part in an online course, and we have learned that presenting an online tool online has the advantage that the blended learning methodology is experienced directly. Our 20 trainers have been able to give 40 webinars in multiple languages, on different learning paths and themes.
But we have only been able to reach out so successfully by working together with international, national and regional partners. The Anne Frank House friendship with eTwinning led to ten webinars and the first online course on Stories that Move, held in June with 98 participants; collaboration with the German-Polish Youth Office produced more webinars and an online conference in November.
So this is a shout-out to our wonderful partners (shown on the map and listed below), for reaching out to teachers, moderating webinars and exploring the ins and outs of different platforms, learning by doing – together. We hope for many more successful joint ventures in future, and of course we welcome potential new alliances, too. Together we can make a difference, helping teachers engage with their students in new ways.
Jurmet de Huitema-de Waal, Stories that Move trainer, Anne Frank House
Some examples of our partners;
Auschwitz Jewish Center
Duitsland Instituut Amsterdam
Embassy of the Netherlands in Lisbon
German-Polish Youth Office
House for Polish-German Cooperation
Pädagogischen Landesinstitut Rheinland-Pfalz
Schule ohne Rassismus, Thüringen
United Nations, Department of Global Communications