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Overview

  • To encourage teachers to take creative methods for the May 18 education in school

Contents

5·18 Teachers Training
  • To encourage teachers so they deliver the spirit and value of the May 18 to the next generation
  • To retrain and help educators available to deliver the spirit and value of the May 18 to the public
  • To provide training programs not only for teachers in school but also for educators work in civil society or at youth organization

Records (2001~2018)

Year Month Contents
2001 May ‘How to educate democracy and human rights?’(Gwangju, 30 participants)
December Teachers training for the May 18, human rights, and peace education(Gwangju, 40 participants)
2002 January Teachers training for history education(Gwangju, 170 participants)
May ‘Teachers training for the May 18, human rights, and peace education’(Gwangju, 36 participants)
July ‘The May 18 and Peace Education’ (Busan, 30 participants)
October The May 18, human rights, peace, and participation for society (Daegu, 25 participants)
2003 January Teachers training for history education(Gwangju, 30 participants)
August ‘The May 18 and the April 3’(Jeju, 30 participants)
October ‘From Donghak to the May 18’(Jeonbuk, 40 participants)
2004 May ‘Introduction to the May 18 for new teachers’(Gwangju, 40 participants)
2005 April ‘The story of the May 18 with teachers’(Gwangju, 30 participants)
2006 April ‘The story of the May 18 with teachers’(Gwangju, 29 participants)
May Teachers training for a vibrant modern history class (Gwangju, 29 participants)
June Teachers training for a vibrant modern history class(Seoul, 30 participants)
October Teachers training for a vibrant modern history class(Busan, 34 participants)
2007 April ‘Modern history for teachers’(Yeosoo, 35 participants)
May ‘Modern history for teachers’(Gwangju, 30 participants)
June ‘Modern history for teachers’(Seoul, 38 participants)
October ‘Modern history for teachers’(Busan, 26 participants)
2008 January ‘Human rights, flying with School’(Gwangju, 32 participants)
April The May 18 class with a celebrity (Busan and Gyungnam, 42 participants)
May The May 18 class with a celebrity (Daegu and Gyunbbuk, 20 participants)
May The May 18 class with a celebrity (Seoul and Gyunggi, 28 participants)
May The May 18 class with a celebrity (Wonjoo and Gangwon, 39 participants)
2009 April ‘The story of the May 18 with teachers’(Gwangju, 25 participants)
May ‘The story of the May 18 with teachers’(Daegu, 25 participants)
May ‘The story of the May 18 with teachers’(Wonjoo, 56 participants)
October ‘The story of the May 18 with teachers’(Busan, 50 participants)
2010 April ‘The story of the May 18 with teachers’(Gwangju, 47 participants)
July ‘Human rights and educational philosophy’(Gwangju, 40 participants)
December How to use official textbook for the May 18 education(Gwangju, 150 participants)
2011 May ‘The story of the May 18 with teachers’(Gwangju, 57 participants)
October ‘Nuclear energy, labor, and publicity’(Busan, 23 participants)
December ‘Talk concert with Suh Haeseong and Han Honggu’ (Busan, 27 participants)
2012 28-29, April ‘The story of the May 18 with teachers' (Gwangju, 25 participants)
April-May ‘Walking the May Road with a celebrity’(Gwangju, 100 participants)
April-November Local Training in Busan (Busan, 200 participants)
September ‘The story of the May 18 with teachers’(Gwangju, 30 participants)
2013 11-12 May ‘Finding a new way to inherit history’ (Gwangju, 120 participants)
2014 10-11 May ‘Communicating with the May 18 Democratic Movement’(Gwangju, 70 participants)
September-December Local Training in Seoul, Gyunggi, Daegu, Gangwon (3 session in total, 120 participants)
October Teachers training (Gwangju, 70 participants)
2015 18-19 April Teachers training (Basic)‘Facing the History’(Gwangju, 14 participants)
9-10 May Teachers training (Intermediate)‘Talking about History’(Gwangju, 34 participants)
4-5 July Teachers training (Basic)‘Facing the History’(Ulsan, 38 participants)
13-14 August ‘The 70th anniversary of the liberation from colonial rule and the division of Korea’ (Busan, 20 participants)
29-30 August Teachers training (Basic)‘Facing the History’(Gangwon, 35 participants)
17-18 October Teachers training (Basic)‘Facing the History’(Gyunggi and Seoul, 31 participants)
2016 23-24 April ‘The story of the May 18 with teachers’(Gwangju, 35 participants)
14-15 May Training for new teachers and teacher candidates(Gwangju, 134 participants)
23-24 July Teachers training (Intermediate) ‘The May 18 Educator Workshop’(Gwangju, 75 participants)
10-11 September Teachers-Students Joint Training (Gwangju, 36 participants)
15-16 October ‘The story of the May 18 with teachers’(Gwangju, 32 participants)
2017 14, February Training for school inspectors (nationwide, 190 participants)
27-28, February Training for elementary school teachers in Gwnagju (Gwangju, 550 participants)
22-23, April ‘The story of the May 18 with teachers’(Gwangju, 26 participants)
20-21, May The history of the May 18 and steps of memory5(Gwangju, 23 participants)
3-4, June Training for teachers in Gangwon and Gyungji(Gwangju, 41 participants)
28-29, October Training for teachers in Ulsan (Gwangju, 39 participants)
2018 19-20, May Training for teachers in Gangwon (Gwangju, 32 participants)
16-18, August Second training for teachers and educational workers' union (Gwangju 45 participants)
6-7, October Third training for teachers' drama club(Gwangju, 40 participants)
March-August Training for teachers in Jeonbuk, Ulsan, Gyungnam, Daegu, Sejong and Chungnam (5 sessions in total, Gwangju, 247 participants)
Total 3,865 persons in total

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