We want to alert you to a few news items that arrived after our newsletter was published: Several members of Thinking Historically will be presenting on their research related to teacher education at the upcoming Canadian Society for the Study of Education conference. Session 4.14: CATE-ACFE Symposium-Panel / Colloque-panel, May 30, 2021, 1:00pm – 2:15pm Mountain Education for Pre-service […]
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Canada’s National History Society is proud to introduce #OurStoriesOurVoices, a new national youth program that gives students aged 9 to 18 the opportunity to explore a story that is important in their community’s past and share it with Canadians across the country through social media, an online contest, a virtual youth forum, and a special publication. This program is designed […]
Dr. Nicholas Ng-A-Fook, from University of Ottawa, was interviewed by Stephen Hurley for Hurley in the Morning on a series of topic: Listen to Celebrating French Canadian Language and Culture here on March 3, 2021. Listen to Indigenizing Education here on February 25, 2021. Listen to The Power and Beauty of Oral Storytelling here on […]
For Mi’kmaw educator Marie Battiste, inner growth is essential to be a leader – The Globe and Mail
R. Michael Marker, known to many of his friends as Mike, left this world on January 15, 2021. He was a force of nature, and will be dearly missed by his family, friends, and colleagues. Michael was born in San Diego to Bob and Jean Marker in 1951. The family relocated to Spokane shortly afterwards, […]
We are pleased to share our November 2020 newsletter with you!
Dr. David Scott, from Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary, was interviewed around the United Conservative Party’s proposed changes to the K-4 curriculum for social studies in Alberta: Listen to CBC Radio(2020, October 22), the Alberta at noon with Judy Aldous here Listen to VoicEd Radio (2020, November 10), Hurley in the Morning here […]
ChamplainSoc is pleased to announce that Radical Ambition: The New Left in Toronto, by Peter Graham & Ian McKay, is the winner of the Floyd S. #ChalmersAward. See full announcement at http://bit.ly/CSaward20 Congratulations to Dr.Ian McKay!
Alan Sears (Honorary Research Professor, Faculty of Education at the University of New Brunswick) was interviewed on radio (2020, October 3) : Putting the A in “STEAM” Education. Listen here
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
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 […]
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 […]
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.
The New Brunswick Chapter of Black Lives Matter is calling for the government to ensure Black and Indigenous stories are heard in classrooms. Honorary Research Professor Alan Sears and PhD candidate James Rowinski discuss what it will take to make these changes happen. (2020, June 17). In CBC Listen here