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
Interviewed by Helene Jouane for Tribune for Tribune de Genève. Un pas vers la réconciliation avec les peuples autochtones. Ottawa, retrieved from https://www.tdg.ch/un-pas-vers-la-reconciliation-avec-les-peuples-autochtones-379645488856 on September 23, 2020.
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
Dr. Nicholas Ng-A-Fook was interviewed by Amélie Gosselin for Radio Canada. Désignation de sites de mémoire des pensionnats autochtones. Ottawa, retrieved from https://ici.radio-canada.ca/premiere/emissions/l-heure-de-pointe-acadie/episodes/478500/rattrapage-du-vendredi-4-septembre-2020/7 on September 7, 2020.
Interviewed by Martine Laberge for Radio Canada. Désignation des pensionnats autochtones, quel impact? Ottawa, retrieved from https://radio-canada.ca/premiere/emissions/le-matin-du-nord/episodes/478469/rattrapage-du-vendredi-4-septembre-2020/8 on September 7, 2020.
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
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.