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Thursday, February 24 • 2:15pm - 3:30pm
Remembrance, War and Conflict

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Every year, we participate in Remembrance Day in our classrooms and in our schools. We do art projects, we write, we attend a ceremony, we reflect, and we remember.

The wars that many of us learned about as children continue to get farther and further away from our current day, and new wars and conflicts continue to happen. Does our teaching and school cover or do the same things on this topic or at this time every year? Do our classroom experiences extend beyond Remembrance Day to cover refugees and current conflicts?

This presentation examines picture books, novels, online sites, and virtual and physical learning experiences to bring to your classroom or school for both Remembrance Day and beyond. Diversity of perspectives is given special consideration.

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avatar for Michelle Holdway

Michelle Holdway

Using Stories For History
I have spent the last twelve years teaching in three different provinces, including seven years in Alberta. My favourite subject to teach is Social Studies; I love to see the light bulbs come on and see students having excited conversations about history and geography. Prior to teaching... Read More →


Thursday February 24, 2022 2:15pm - 3:30pm MST
Pre-Recorded