In collaboration with the Nova Scotia Social Studies Teachers’ Association and the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, THEN/HiER invites you to participate in discussions with historians, history educators, museum staff, and community members interested in pedagogy and practice related to history teaching and learning, especially through narratives of migration. The purpose of this national conference is to bring together networks of people in a specific region who are working in history education but do not necessarily connect. The three-day event will feature tours and discussions at the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, a keynote presentation by immigration historian Lisa Chilton, and a panel discussion with historians Afua Cooper and Jim Morrison, an Aboriginal educator, and Nova Scotia teachers regarding possibilities and spaces to collaborate and extend their practice on local history and the topic of immigration.
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