Welcome to our “Teaching and Learning” online resource pages! The CHA fosters the scholarly study and communication of history in Canada; by doing so, we recognize the centrality of teaching and teachers as well as learning and students. We hope these pages contribute to an ongoing discussion of these issues and will encourage the appreciation of teaching and learning within our membership at the Annual Meeting and year-round. We also want to make these resources available to educators and students at all levels. Please peruse Syllabi Central for course design inspiration and consider submitting your own syllabi. Our Teaching and Learning Blog features pedagogical and institutional debates currently alive in the field, past “Teacher’s Corner” articles from Intersections (formerly Bulletin), perspectives from students, information on web resources, guest blogs, and profiles of outstanding educators. We hope to make this a central hub for teaching and learning history in Canada. As we develop our sections on “Digital Resources,” “Indigenous Histories,” and other pages, please feel free to contact Jo McCutcheon if you’d like to suggest topics and resources or volunteer to write a guest blog.