On Wednesday June 16th (7-9 pm) Ruth Sandwell will be leading a workshop at Black Creek Pioneer Village entitled “History is a Verb: Using Historical Sources to Teach Canadian Rural History.”
The is the first of a series of workshops being jointly hosted by ActiveHistory.ca and The History Education Network (THEN/HiER). The series is being called “Approaching the Past: A series connecting people teaching history”. The goal of the series is to draw together people with an interest in teaching history, particularly teachers, academics, and public historians. More information about the series can be found at http://approachingthepast.wordpress.com.
We have extended the deadline to RSVP to June 4th. To RSVP or for more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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