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Recognizing THEN/HiER

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By Tom Peace I first encountered the History Education Network (THEN/HiER) in late 2009, when Jennifer Bonnell, the graduate student coordinator at the time, approached Active History about the potential for coordinating a workshop series in Toronto focused on teaching history. Over the intervening months we worked together towards the first in a series of events that brought together teachers,… Read more »

Approaching the Past: Historical Landscapes and Hauntings

Wednesday May 9th, 5pm meeting time, 5:30 start time “Historical Landscapes and Hauntings: Connecting place to the history and social studies curriculum” Meet at the outside C5 entrance of the ROM (the ROM’s “crystal” overhang) A spring walk around the University of Toronto campus Talks by Helen Mills from Lost Rivers, Richard Fiennes-Clinton from Muddy York Walking Tours, and University… Read more »

Upcoming Approaching the Past Workshop: Teaching the War of 1812

The next Approaching the Past workshop will be held on Wednesday April 27th at 7:oo pm at Toronto’s historic Fort York.  The theme of this workshop is “Teaching the War of 1812,” and will feature a tour of Fort York and two short presentations by Karen Dearlove and Carolyn King.  Karen will be discussing the upcoming Ontario Visual Heritage Project… Read more »