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  • The University of New Brunswick | Education - Academia.edu
    Unfollow Follow Kate Charette Ireland 3 Papers Views 15 Followers Unfollow Follow Alexia Charlerie Baird 0 Papers Views 1 Follower Unfollow Follow Kirshon Cornwall 0 Papers Views 25 Followers Unfollow Follow kelly danyluk 0 Papers Views 0 Followers Unfollow Follow Clayton DeGeorgio 0 Papers Views 4 Followers Unfollow Follow Lucie Desaulniers 0 Papers Views 6 Followers Unfollow Follow Hélène Devarennes 0 Papers Views 2 Followers Unfollow Follow Helene Devarennes 0

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Education - Academia.edu
    in historical inquiry within a local history museum and b to reveal the nature of their ability to think historically in a museum setting Bookmark by Cynthia Wallace Casey 5 Museum Education Historical Consciousness Museology Historical Thinking The Challenges of Teaching with Museums Did you know that there are more than 1 500 museums in Canada Museums encompass many disciplines of study including history science nature and the arts Their collections range from tangible objects to intangible ideas and their more Did you know that there are more than 1 500 museums in Canada Museums encompass many disciplines of study including history science nature and the arts Their collections range from tangible objects to intangible ideas and their methods of presentation range from static displays to participatory environments From a pedagogical point of view museums present rich learning environments where constructed narratives are communicated through the use of sight sound touch smell and emotion Within such narrative constructs as Trofanenko and Segall 2014 have pointed out pedagogy is often positioned to assume particular assumptions perspectives and views about the world and its people p 1 In this sense while museums can provide powerful sites for learning they can also be exclusionary and restrictive Bookmark by Cynthia Wallace Casey 2 Teacher Education Museum Studies Student Narratives and Public Memory in Museums I would like to draw your attention to a history education symposium coming up on December 1 in London England at the Institute of Education This seminar series brings together three international scholars to explore what young people more I would like to draw your attention to a history education symposium coming up on December 1 in London England at the Institute of Education This seminar series brings together three international scholars to explore what young people know about the past and their sources of knowledge Dr Jocelyn Letourneau of Laval University Quebec will discuss a pragmatic approach to teaching history intended to move students outside the thinkable they ve been accustomed to in living in a particular society and being subject to its broad representations Bookmark by Cynthia Wallace Casey 2 Museum Studies Historical Consciousness Using artifacts to teach social studies What s the story Expanding on my previous blog contributions I d like to introduce a project I m currently working on which involves object based learning Collaborating with a provincial history museum The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame we are more Expanding on my previous blog contributions I d like to introduce a project I m currently working on which involves object based learning Collaborating with a provincial history museum The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame we are currently developing a unit of study that focusses specifically on artifacts sport and war Through a series of six lesson plans teachers will be able to access a variety of primary and second sources to compare and extend upon the artifact source and thus reconstruct a story around each individual owner This involves adopting a particular disciplinary

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Eduction - Academia.edu
    Humber 0 Papers Views 2 Followers Unfollow Follow Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll email you a reset link Need an account Click here to sign up Job Board About Press Blog People Papers Terms Privacy Copyright We re Hiring Help Center Find

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Electrical and Computer Engineering - Academia.edu
    10 Followers Unfollow Follow Haider Mohomad A Razak 1 Paper Views 12 Followers Unfollow Follow Akshita Patel 0 Papers Views 24 Followers Unfollow Follow Jebb Richard 0 Papers Views 3 Followers Unfollow Follow Pegah Yazdkhasti 1 Paper Views 28 Followers Unfollow Follow Undergraduates Mohammed Alattas 0 Papers Views 9 Followers Unfollow Follow Salahuddin Belal 0 Papers Views 0 Followers Unfollow Follow Remar Diego 0 Papers Views 17 Followers Unfollow Follow

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  • The University of New Brunswick | Emergency Medicine - Academia.edu
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  • The University of New Brunswick | English - Academia.edu
    Follow Undergraduates Jessica Coughlin 0 Papers Views 0 Followers Unfollow Follow Christopher Wilton 0 Papers Views 1 Follower Unfollow Follow Department Members Rachel Bryant 21 Papers Views 33 Followers Unfollow Follow Heidi Butler 9 Papers Views 17 Followers Unfollow Follow Jason Simmonds 0 Papers Views 18 Followers Unfollow Follow Alumni allison calvern 0 Papers Views 2 Followers Unfollow Follow Andrea Day 2 Papers Views 108 Followers Unfollow Follow Brenna Clarke

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  • The University of New Brunswick | English - Academia.edu
    Underground Leaping into New Geographies Bookmark by Rachel Bryant 4 Transnationalism Canadian Literature Post Colonialism Rawi Hage The Routledge Concise History of Canadian Literature Bookmark Download by Rachel Bryant 3 Literature Canadian Literature Book Reviews Imaginary Lines Transcending the St Croix Legacy in the Northeast Borderlands Bookmark Download by Rachel Bryant 5 Native American Studies Native American Literature Literature Passamaquoddy Wampum Writing Scotland Performing Gender Nathaniel and Sophia Hawthorne in Old Scotia Bookmark by Rachel Bryant 6 American Literature Travel Writing American Romanticism American Renaissance Nathaniel Hawthorne Flawed Splendour A Conversation with Lynn Coady Bookmark Download by Rachel Bryant 2 Canadian Literature Atlantic Canada Studies Current Bibliography Bookmark by Rachel Bryant 3 American Literature American Romanticism American Renaissance Nathaniel Hawthorne Honey from the Rock Captivity and the Ongoing Search for Anglo Indigeneity Bookmark by Rachel Bryant Toward the Desertion of Sycorax s Island Challenging the Colonial Contract This paper explores how ecological readings of Shakespeare s plays transform postcolonial readings of The Tempest Emerging ecological approaches to Shakespeare s writings highlight elements of early modern European thought that oppose more This paper explores how ecological readings of Shakespeare s plays transform postcolonial readings of The Tempest Emerging ecological approaches to Shakespeare s writings highlight elements of early modern European thought that oppose the Cartesian paradigm of human exceptionalism and in this sense The Tempest reflects a characteristically Shakespearean anxiety about the ways in which Europeans compulsively treated new world lands and populations as resources to be controlled exploited and or sold at market Bookmark Download by Rachel Bryant 3 Shakespeare Colonialism Ecocriticism Cartographic Dissonance Between Geographies in Douglas Glover s Elle Bookmark Download by Rachel Bryant 3 Canadian Literature Innu Douglas Glover Dawnland Voices An Anthology of Indigenous Writing from New England Ed Siobhan Senier Bookmark Download by Rachel Bryant

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  • The University of New Brunswick | English & Women's Studies - Academia.edu
    Wendy Robbins 0 Papers Views 16 Followers Unfollow Follow Close Log In Log In with Facebook Log In with Google or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll email you a reset link Need an account Click here to sign up Job Board About Press Blog People Papers Terms Privacy Copyright We re Hiring Help Center

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