In conversation with Aaron Stout {Pandemic Pedagogy convo 12} Imagining a New ‘We’

How do we teach history during COVID-19? Former high school history teacher and history teacher educator Aaron Stout (University of Lethbridge) discuss the importance of remembering that history is made and written by people. How can we “breath with” the lives and experiences from the past?
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Meet Viola Desmond –
Meet Tom Longboat –
Meet Elsie MacGill –
Meet Willie Oree –
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