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Title: Pedagogies: Into the Corridors and Classrooms
Authors: Henderson, Jarett
Issue Date: 2020-01-14
Publisher: Canadian Historical Association / Société historique du Canada
Series/Report no.: Vol 39 numéro 2;
Abstract: Over fifteen years ago a group of feminist historians in Canada gathered at Trent University to discuss pedagogy. In 1996 they published A Manual for Teaching Canadian Women’s History. Since the 1990s, historians have been increasingly turning their attention to the means and methods we use to teach students our craft. From the 2005 creation of the History Education Network to job advertisements seeking candidates whose teaching and research intersect to the Canadian Historical Review's recent “A Life in History” series, historians across the country are talking about teaching. This past June, with three Brown Bag Teaching Work shops held over the noon hour, pedagogy returned to the CHA with renewed vigour.
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