1. New Opportunities for Encouraging Historical Thinking in Canadian Classrooms

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    A panel discussion at the Association for Canadian Studies/Ontario History and Social Science Teachers' Association (ACS/OHASSTA) Conference, Friday November 5, 2010, Toronto, Canada.

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    • CNI: Web 2.0 and the Study of History Through a Living Learning Community

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      Andrew Bonamici, University of Oregon Heather Briston Corrigan-Solari, University of Oregon Kevin Hatfield, University of Oregon Matthew Villeneuve, University of Oregon Project Briefing Session Web 2.0 and the Study of History Through a Living Learning Community Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) Spring 2010 Membership Meeting April 12-13, 2010 Baltimore, MD

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      • THEN/HiER AERA Panel 2012

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        Panel "Race and Nation in Canadian History Education" with Penney Clark, Marc-André Éthier, Peter Seixas, and James Miles at the AERA conference in Vancouver BC, April 14, 2012.

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        • Christopher Dummitt, "After Inclusiveness: The Future of Canadian History"

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          Talk given at the THEN/HiER/Active History workshop, "Teaching History in Diverse Venues: A Workshop Linking Historians and Educators in Bettering History Education Practice," November 4, 2010, Toronto, Ontario. In conjunction with the Association for Canadian Studies/Ontario History and Social Science Teachers' Association conference.

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          • The Canadian Letters and Images Project

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            The Personal Side of a Country at War: Using the Canadian Letters and Images Project in the Classroom. Presented by Stephen Davies and Paula Waatainen at the Association for Canadian Studies/Ontario History and Social Science Teachers' Association joint conference. Holiday Inn, Toronto International Airport, Saturday November 6, 2010.

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            • Backward Design with Sherlock Holmes

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              This video is part of an instructional mini-course on www.teacherstrainteachers.com It supports the use of Backward design, technology integration and collaboration in history and social studies classrooms.

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              • Brenda Trofanenko, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, April 2011

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                A talk by Brenda Trofanenko at the opening reception for THEN/HiER's The Many Faces of History Teacher Education symposium.

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                • Lady Gray - Final Slideshow

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                  Erfurth Photographic (that's us) just completed our slideshow of the big photo shoot from mid-January. We are pleased to present our photos set to the music that inspired some of the ideas behind the project. You will soon be able to see all of the photos on the LadyGray.net website, along with the 'explore' mode we've been developing. There's a lot more work to go (galleries, books, DVDs, etc), so stick with us as Lady Gray develops.

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                  • Civil War and Civil Rights Along the Mississippi River: Study Tour Reflections

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                    In February 2011 a group of teachers, accompanied by Dr. John Stauffer of Harvard University, flew from Boston to Memphis, TN and from there traveled by bus through the South visiting sites of historic importance to the Civil War and the Civil Rights Movement, seeking a better understanding of each period and of the relationship between them. This video was filmed at a conference held in May, 2011 at Burlington High School in Massachusetts. You'll see what looks like a science fair, but is actually a "lesson fair" where the participants shared lessons they created and taught after the trip. Each traveler also created a digital story responding to the prompt, "How has this trip shaped my understanding of my role as an educator?" These were shown at the conference and three teachers joined Dr. Stauffer for a panel discussion. Phil Gay of Tufts University, who is a partner and advisory board member of Making Freedom, interviewed the teachers during the conference, and created this video to document the impact of the study tour.

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