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
- Thoughts that emerged after this year's Historical Thinking Summer Institute, Vancouver, BC...
- Maître à penser in the history classroom
- Citizenship Education
- Margaret MacMillan Launches the 2015 CBC Massey Lectures
- Assessing Historical Thinking
- The Threat of Revisionism to Japanese History Textbooks, Oct 14
- Women's history in Canada, Canada's History webinars, Oct 15 to Dec 2
- Care of Collections, Oct 16-17
- Fourth Annual Public Meeting of the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, Oct 21
- Association for Canadian Studies (ACS)/Association québécoise pour l'enseignement en univers...
Lyle Dick, Research Director, The Franklin Mystery. Few mysteries in Canadian history have so captivated scholars and the general public alike as the mystery of what really happened to the 128 ... Read More
Eric Poitras, McGill University, completed a Visiting Doctoral Student Program visit with Dr. Kevin Kee, Centre for Digital Humanities, Brock University. The title of his report is Augmented Reality Applications for the MetaHistoReasoning Tool. Read More
Videos & Podcasts
- History Education Research and Historians/La recherche sur l'enseignement de l'histoire...
- Finding Franklin: New Approaches to Teaching Canadian History
- "c'esna?em, the city before the city" exhibition on Novus TV
- English high school students on Quebec History
- Approaching the Past Workshop: What Educators Want to Know about Toronto and WWI
- the leap manifesto: A Call for a Canada Based on Caring for the Earth and One Another
- Call for Writers: Online and Magazine Features Published through LCMSDS
- Royal BC Museum celebrates World Teachers’ Day through Learning Portal tools
- Call for edited volume and mongraph proposals -- New Series: Explorations in Heritage Studies
- Launch of Battles 1759-1760 at the Plains of Abraham Museum