An interesting learning process
In history lessons, the goal is not just to check whatever knowledge has been learned in school or to memorise dates or the names of battles, but to see history with a broader perspective: to connect historical events, to understand their causes and their connection with the future. In this way, the learning process becomes much more interesting.
Encouraging the learner’s understanding
History is learned not in terms of detailed topics, but by trying to create a coherent understanding of history. Time-tested educational methods help learners better remember the necessary concepts and the most important historical events. To develop the learner’s interpretive abilities, historical sources are read and various assignments are performed.
Individualised and useful
History tutors take into account each learner’s level of knowledge and create an individualised curriculum. As an assessment approaches, particular topics are learned, and when preparing for examinations, the history examination programme is reviewed and difficult topics are explored in greater detail.