Herstory Continues is a workshop based conference designed around incorporating women's history into the new Ontario teaching curriculum.
On Friday 28 September, 6:00-10:00, a tour of the Commedia Dell'Arte exhibit and dinner at the Gardiner Museum, 111 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON.
On Saturday 29 September, workshops at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 252 Bloor St West.
9:00 a.m.-keynote address by Afua Cooper on Black Women and History in Canada.
10:15-12:30-workshops designed around Ontario curriculum. Choose from nine workshops inlcuding grade 7 and 8 history, grade 10 Canadian history, grade 10 civics, grade 11 American history, grade 11 world history, grade 11/12 law, grade 11/12 individual and society, and grade 11/12 philosophy.
12:30-1:30 Lunch. (Included in registration fee).
Saturday afternoon museums tours. (Also included in registration fee)-choose from Art Gallery of Ontario, Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, Bata Shoe Museum and Royal Ontario Museum. Tours will focus on women's history and will be designed to provide information on how to incorporate museum tours in the curriculum.
Please call to register. Final registration date is Saturday 22 September. Cost: $40 for Friday evening dinner. $50(regular) and $25 (full-time student) for Saturday conference.
Ontario Women's History Network
18 Grenville St #1407
Toronto ON M4Y 2B3
416-934-1204 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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