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To the past : history education, public memory, and citizenship in Canada
Recent years have witnessed a breakdown in consensus about what history should be taught within Canadian schools; there is now a heightened awareness of the political nature of deciding whose historyExpand
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READING BEYOND BIAS: USING HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS IN THE SECONDARY CLASSROOM
ABSTRACT. Social studies and history teachers have, in recent years, taken up with enthusiasm the use of "real" historical documents, (primary sources) in elementary and secondary classrooms acrossExpand
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‘Read, Listen, Discuss, Act’: Adult Education, Rural Citizenship and the Canadian National Farm Radio Forum
Abstract The Canadian National Farm Radio Forum was launched in January 1941 as an innovative partnership among three newly-formed organizations: the Canadian Association for Adult Education (CAAE),Expand
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School History versus the Historians.
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Rural Reconstruction: Towards a New Synthesisin Canadian History
Recent works in the field of rural history are offering a critical challenge to the historiography of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Canada. The first part of this article draws on a varietyExpand
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