Congregate at Congress?

April 11, 2011 at 4:44 pm 1 comment

As a national organization, its hard to keep up with the work of our THEN/HiER members scattered across Canada.

So… If you are going to Frederickton for Congress this year, let us know! Comment below what, when, and where you are presenting and hopefully other THEN/HiER members can network with you and maybe even get together.

Also, if you are interested in blogging for us during Congress or blogging about your contribution to Congress contact us for details!


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  • 1. Samantha Cutrara  |  April 11, 2011 at 4:48 pm

    I’ll be presenting at the CSSE on Tuesday, May 31 (11:30 – 1:00)
    Room/ Salle 235

    “Who Knows Best? Exploring Design-Based Research Methodology for Classroom Research”

    I’ll be talking about the methodology I used to explore an innovation in teaching and learning history in three high school history classes. Maybe I’ll see you there!


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