The History Education Network/Histoire et éducation en réseau (THEN/HiER) is a collaborative network across the diverse fields of history, history education and school history teaching in Canada. It brings together people from across Canada and internationally to inform, carry out, critique, and implement research into history education. Read More
- Social Justice in Museums?
- Voting, History Education and Social Justice
- Dairy of a History TA: Thesis Time, E-mail Time, Me Time
- Inventing the Future: What Does Increased Technology Use Mean for “Doing” History in the Classroom?
- “Although I don't know much about it now, I really want to know more about my family”: How...
- 2013 Canadian Museums Association National Conference, May 27-Jun 1
- The use of historical feature film in the teaching of history, May 29
- Exhibition Opening at Pier 21: Migrating Landscapes, May 30
- Active History at the 2013 CHA, Jun 3 & 5
- 2013 CHA Annual Meeting, Jun 3-5
Timothy J. Stanley, Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa. My historical research builds on over thirty years of involvement in antiracism education. One of the challenges in antiracism is to enable people ... Read More
Samantha Cutrara, York University, completed a Visiting Doctoral Student Program with Dr. Carla Peck, Department of Elementary Education, University of Alberta. The title of her report is The Relationship between Students’ Ethnic Identities and Their Construction of Narratives of Canadian History. Read More
|Identities and Engagement||May 27|
|Teaching the Past Blog Contest||May 31|
|THEN/HiER Publication Award||Jun 28|
|THEN/HiER Graduate Student Projects Program||Jul 02|
|Governor General's History Award for Excellence in Museums||Aug 16|
Videos & Podcasts
- Library and Archives Canada, Ten Years After the Merger
- Museums as Sites of Historical Consciousness Unconference 2012
- THEN/HiER AERA Panel 2012
- Building National Identity Through Historical Narrative 2012
- Canadian Letters and Images Project