Teaching Women’s History in the Classroom

In this webinar Rachel discusses her experiences with and approaches to teaching women’s history in the classroom. 

Presentation by Rachel Collishaw

September 24, 2015

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In this webinar Rachel discusses her experiences with and approaches to teaching women’s history in her highschool classroom. 

About the presenter

Rachel Collishaw has been teaching for 17 years, in Ottawa and in New Zealand. She is a graduate of Queen's University and a recipient of the Governor General's History Award for Excellence in Teaching. She is recognized as a leader in implementing historical thinking in the Ontario curriculum and regularly presents workshops for teachers and administrators on historical thinking and other ways of integrating inquiry into the classroom. She is the co-author of several textbooks and educational resources. She is excited to share her thinking and experiences on the teaching of women's history to the average teenager.

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