Location : Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Date : July 6–10, 2020
Cost : $560 ($500 + GST and PST)
For more information contact:
Joanna Dawson, Director of Programs, Canada’s History
204-988-9300 ext. 225
About the Historical Thinking Summer Institute
Historical thinking is now a foundation for history and social studies curricula across the country and internationally, and museum and heritage educators are similarly embracing this pedagogical approach for both their exhibits and educational programs. The Historical Thinking Summer Institute (HTSI) is designed for teachers, graduate students, curriculum developers, professional development leaders, historians and museum educators who want to enhance their understanding of historical thinking and their expertise in designing history programs, courses, units, lessons, projects, or educational resources that explicitly focus on historical thinking.
The HTSI is offered in both English and French.
Dr. Lindsay Gibson, University of British Columbia
Dr. Catherine Duquette, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi
Dr. Carla Peck, University of Alberta
Laurie Pageau, PhD Candidade, Université Laval
Fees and refund policy
July 6–10, 2020 | Fees: $560 ($500 + $25GST + $35PST)
Please note that should the course be cancelled, a full refund will be issued. To withdraw from the 2020 Summer Institute please submit written notice by June 15 to be eligible for a full refund (less a $60 administration fee). No refund will be provided for cancellations received after this date.
Facebook Group: Historical Thinking Summer Institutelink opens in new window
To help everyone connect before and after the HTSI we have created a private Facebook group for HTSI participants from the past and present. It’s a private group, so you will have to request to join the group. Once you have registered for the HTSI click on the link above and request access to the group.
Once you join the group feel free to ask questions, make comments, introduce yourself, or share information about accommodation, activities, and restaurants.
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