Nov 4, 2013

Heritage and Identity Webinar

Heritage and Identity Webinar – November 26, 2013 from 4-5 PM

Historica Canada in conjunction with the Ontario Elementary Social Studies Teachers’ Association is offering a webinar focusing on Passages to Canada.

Passages to Canada is a storytelling initiative of Historica Canada, Passages Canada volunteers share their personal accounts of cultural identity and heritage on-line in our multimedia Story Archive and in person with schools and community groups.

Since 2002, over 900 speakers have created dialogue on Canada's rich diversity with over 250,000 youth and adults, as we continue to build understanding and respect for Canada’s shared history and values.
During the webinar this resource will be explored and clear links to the 2013 revised Social Studies Curriculum will be discussed.

To register click here. You will need to download an app for the event details to follow.

1 comment:

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