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New Book

Congratulations to Drs. Penney Clark and Alan Sears on the publication of their book, The Arts and the Teaching of History: Historical F(r)ictions (Palgrave MacMillan, 2020). More information about the book, including a free preview, can be found here: https://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9783030515126#reviews

New Publication

Congratulations to Thinking Historically co-investigator, Catherine Duquette and her colleagues on the publication of their new chapter, À la recherche d’un point de rencontre: L’apport d’une approche commune en science, technologie et univers social, pour intégrer des savoirs autochtones in the book La décolonisation de la scolarisation des jeunes Inuit et des Premières Nations https://www.puq.ca/catalogue/livres/decolonisation-scolarisation-des-jeunes-inuit-des-3760.html […]

Commemoration Controversies Podcasts

A University of Calgary award-winning undergraduate student, Jessica Gobran, conducted a series of interviews with scholars from across Canada on how teachers should understand and take up controversies around commemorations. Contributors include Lindsay Gibson along with Dwayne Donald, Ehaab Abdou, among others. Throughout the podcast Jessica reflects on how her own Egyptian Coptic identity intersects […]

Education professor shares concerns about Alberta’s curriculum review

Elementary Education professor Carla Peck‘s online responses to the Alberta government’s announcements around its curriculum renewal process are going viral. She asks why its decision-making isn’t grounded in evidence-based best practices on teaching social studies and history. Read more here.

Dr. Carla Peck interviewed on 770 CHQR radio in Calgary, AB

Dr. Carla Peck was interviewed on Afternoons with Rob Breakenridge about the new Alberta Education Ministerial Order on Student Learning and its implications for Alberta’s teachers and students. Listen to the podcast here.