Award Recipients

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Raymond Duchesne

Raymond Duchesne has dedicated his life to unearthing, creating and experimenting with new teaching methods to awaken his students' interest in history.

Teaching / 2003

Pam Irving

Pam Irving endeavors to bring the grade 2/3 curriculum to life in the History of Millarville. Her project involves Galileo Educational Network mentorship, researching primary source information, visiting exhibits and archives at local museums, discussions with First Nations People and historians.

Teaching / 2003

Deanna Millard

Deanna Millard develops innovative lesson plans for her grade 7/8 class. She uses slides, video, maps, newspapers, political cartoons, skits, artifacts, costumes, letters, journals, music, poetry, paintings, debates, fieldtrips and guest speakers to engage her students.

Teaching / 2003

Gary Simons

Gary Simons is a 25–year veteran with a reputation for innovation, student success and making Canadian history come alive. His senior students engage in history debates, role–play and computer simulations.

Teaching / 2003

Barbara Brockmann

Barbara Brockmann sees Canadian history as a critical cornerstone that helps her inner–city, multicultural grade 8 students find a ‘place’ in their country. She integrates Canadian History with Language Arts and Drama.

Teaching / 2002

Nick Brune

Nick Brune has written history textbooks, videos, teaching packages and articles. He has given workshops and presentations throughout Canada. He has been the educational writer for the award–winning CBC–TV News in Review that reaches over two million students across Canada.

Teaching / 2002

John Jamieson

John Jamieson connects his students with their Inuit culture through archaeology, elders, art and entrepreneurship. Over 160 Inuit artifacts dating back 3,000 years are duplicated in his school and include fishskin dolls, model kayaks, and hunting tools.

Teaching / 2002

Ken Marland

Ken Marland's grade 2 students explore local and national history through drama, models, field trips and website development.

Teaching / 2002

Canadian Society for Civil Engineering

The Canadian Society for Civil Engineering maintains a recognition program for members who contribute to the promotion and preservation of engineering's past, as well as produce print publications, a web site and programs for oral history; and places historical plaques on railway trestles, bridges and canals.

Popular Media / 2002

Carol White

Carol White brings Canadian history to life for her grade 8 students through field trips, simulations, multi–media and community study. She uses history as a vehicle to teach the skills students will need for the future.

Teaching / 2002