Regard historique sur l’évaluation des apprentissages au secondaire au Québec : quels sont les problématiques et les objets des recherches depuis 1995?

Educational assessment has been the subject of much investigation during the last three decades. The competency-basedapproach to school curricula beginning in the 1995s (Conseil supérieur de l’éducation [CSE], 2003; Dionne, 2005; Laurier, 2014)has impacted research…

Transpacific Encounters, National Historic Sites and Cultural Renewal in a First Nation Community

January 19th at 3pm, join us for the next event in the series Building Connections: Mobilizing Indigenous Histories for Social Change, for this presentation by Margaretta James, President of the Land of Maquinna Cultural Society. A mother, grandmother…

History of Canada: First Peoples’ Perspectives

Join us for the last event of this season in the series Building Connections: Mobilizing Indigenous Histories for Social Change on December 8th from 8pm to 9:30pm. The speakers will present the vision and objectives of…

The Social Memory Technology or the Power of Life Stories: Karen Worcman in Conversation with Pierrot Ross-Tremblay

Don’ miss the next event in the series Building Connections: Mobilizing Indigenous Histories for Social Change. In this exchange ‘The Social Memory Technology or the Power of Life Stories: Karen Worcman in Conversation with Pierrot Ross-Tremblay,’ the presenters will use…

AHNB’s Award of Distinction 2021

AHNB’s Award of Distinction 2021, was presented to the Fredericton Region Museum in recognition of their impressive exhibition “Our Black History: Early Black Settlers of York-Sunbury Counties, 1783-Present.”This exhibition is noteworthy in its presentation of…

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