The Unification of the University Programs and Textbooks of History in the Albanian Speaking Territories

Mois Kamberi


Nowadays, there is an urgency for the unification and the reforming of history programs and textbooks in terms of content considering the transitional time that Albanian speaking territories are experiencing with the aim of providing a more formative and efficient education to Albanian speaking youth. Endeavoring to achieve this, the way the history is treated should converge in all the Albanian speaking territories in compliance with the demand for the creation of a democratic society as specified and welcomed by the international organizations. The increase in the society‟s interest shown towards the historical developments in the course of time closely associated with their right to provide their interpretations of the historical events demands for the unification of the history programs and textbooks, as well as an increased scientific and methodological level of the preparation of the teachers and an increased scientific and methodological level of the curricula and textbooks as recognized across the nation. The university programs should undergo unification by paying due respect to and establishing rightful connections and relations with the alternative interpretations, critical thinking and the future patriotic and contemporary formation of the generations to come. The research aims at promoting and establishing nationwide cooperation for designing unified university textbooks and programs for all the Albanian speaking territories.

Keywords: program, unification, interpretation, critical thinking, history, contemporary.

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