The CHA's Teaching & Learning Blog

Published on August 24, 2021

Welcome back to the Teaching & Learning Blog! As syllabi writing season is fully upon us, we wanted to take this opportunity to remind everyone about the Canadian Historical Association’s website for finding and sharing syllabi: CHA Syllabi Central.

Please visit the website, use the resources available, and consider adding one of your own syllabi to the collection! Over the next few weeks, we’ve invited history instructors to reflect on some effective methods of teaching, focusing on the creative primary sources they’ve incorporated into their instruction. These posts remind us about the value and accessibility of NFB films as teaching tools, photographs, and so much more! We welcome other contributions that speak to this theme!

If you have an idea for a blog please contact the Teaching & Learning Committee of the CHA. 

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