Beyond the Lecture: Innovations in Teaching Canadian History

Students in a classroom studing

Students in a classroom making notes and studying reference books in class. Carleton University, Ottawa, Ont, 1961. Library and Archives Canada, MIKAN Number

Edited by Andrea Eidinger and Krista McCracken this monthly series on teaching Canadian history launched in January 2018.  This series is focused on best practices for teaching Canadian history at the post-secondary level and seeks expand perspectives, deepen insights, and challenge assumptions about history education. If you are interested in contributing to the series please see our Call for Submissions or contact us at unwrittenhistories [at]gmail[dot]com.

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