Teaching and Learning at the CHA Annual Meeting

Published on May 10, 2022


The Committee decided to repost this announcement regarding teaching-related sessions at the CHA Annual Meeting.

The CHA’s 100th Anniversary Annual Meeting will be online from May 16-18, 2022, and if you want a game plan for hitting as many Teaching and Learning panels as possible, here it is! Registered for the conference now!

While we’re sure a lot of the sessions will touch on questions of Teaching and Learning, here’s a rundown of ones that will be of particular interest.

Monday May 16

Session 1.2, 1:00-2:30pm EST

Education in a Time of Climate Crisis | L’éducation dans un context de crise climatique

Lindsay Gibson, “Addressing Climate Change in Canadian History Education: Challenges and Opportunities.”
Heather E. McGregor, Sara Karn and Jackson Pind, “A Place for History: Historical Thinking Lessons for Climate Change Education.”
Alex Souchen, “What Can War Junk Teach Us? Waste, History, and the Climate Crisis.”
Chair | Président : Daniel Macfarlane

Tuesday May 17

Session 4.3, 1:00-2:30pm EST

The Need for History Education Reform: Popular Culture, Public Pedagogy, and the University | La nécessité d’une réforme de l’enseignement de l’histoire: la culture populaire, la pédagogie publique et l’université

Alan Sears, Carla Peck, Catherine Duquette, Marie-Laurence Tremblay, James Rowinski, and Lorna McLean, “Rethinking the ‘Devil’s Bargain’: Historians as Teacher Educators.”
Eviana Pietrangelo-Porco, “Teaching History in the Age of Social Media: Thoughts and Questions.”
Rose Fine-Meyer, “Engendering Local Stories, Public History & Field Studies in History Studies in Schools.”
Samuel McCready, “Past Stories and Future Worlds: Popular Imagination in Fallout 4.”
Chair | Président : Ian Rocksborough-Smith

Session 6.3, 5:00-6:30pm EST

Collaborative Learning in the History Classroom | L’apprentissage collaboratif dans la classe d’histoire

Derek Murray, “The Effects of Team-Based Learning (TBL) Pedagogy on Student Engagement and Achievement.”
Jo McCutcheon, “Approaches and Tools to Support Collaborative Learning in Undergraduate Classes.”
Dominique Marshall, “Learning History by Doing, Together, and Online.”
Chair | Présidente : Amanda Ricci



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