The/La Collaborative Spring Update

Published on May 30, 2022

The/La Collaborative continues to invite members of the CHA-SHC to act as academic experts for our Inquiry Learning program by participating in classroom collaborations with K-12 teachers and students. Many experts have joined our Inquiry Platform and we hope to continue to grow the number of experts available to support K-12 teachers and students across Canada. We are also excited to announce that the platform is now bilingual!

The/La Collaborative’s Connection Brokers (trained SSH graduate students) will identify a good fit for a collaboration that a teacher has requested, and send you an email to invite you to spend 30-90 min engaging with students of a K-12 classroom following a simple protocol that requires little to no preparation. The idea is to create an opportunity for you as a humanities and social science expert to extend your “office hours” to the community, directly benefiting K-12 teachers and students.

By participating as an expert on the platform, you will have the opportunity to mobilize disciplinary knowledge meaningfully and demonstrate the importance of your field of study to future citizens (and potentially also future History undergraduate students!).

If you have any questions or would like further details, please feel free to contact Phil at philip.rich@yourcollaborative.org

Thank you!

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