Going Beyond Canada 150: Memorial Design as a Course Culminating Task

Posted by Mike Elias on October 29, 2018

 

Why is studying history relevant?

Canada Day, Independence Day, Bastille Day. Theses are days of celebration. People gather, wave flags, watch fireworks, and enjoy a long weekend in celebration. But what exactly are these days in celebration of? Why do we mark particular days with significance? Are these days equally as important for all people? Why do we honour the people we do? Are these people significant for all groups and generations? Can we change the way we remember individuals or honour new ones in light of new information?

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Topics: culminating, Decolonizing Schools, Memorial, legacy, Grade 10 History, CHC, black history, Holocaust Education, Student Work, Student Voices

Creating Engaging Social Studies Unit Culminating Ideas: A Zoom Conversation

Posted by Jasmine Wong on September 27, 2018

Join us on Monday, October 15, 3:30 - 4:15pm EST for a conversation with Facing History and Ourselves Program Associate Jasmine Wong about creating engaging curriculum based History, Anthropology/Sociology/Psychology, and Genocide Studies projects.

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Topics: Social Studies, Middle School, culminating, project

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