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Paul McGuire
Part-time instructor, Faculty of Education University of Ottawa. Discovery Ed. writer. New Climb for Kids trek - Mt. Kilimanjaro July 2020 🇨🇦
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Paul McGuire 2h
The latest The Paul McGuire Daily! Thanks to
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Paul McGuire 9h
Thanks for the RT - 2nd-year students at the University of Ottawa seeing some of your work tomorrow! Thanks so much!
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Teaching History – We Need to Become FOLES – Thanks to HipHughes!
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Sean Graham 11h
The newest Slam features my conversation with about the edited collection The Nature of Canada from Check it out over at
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Cindy Blackstock 10h
Replying to @JustinTrudeau
Glad you accepted responsibility but you need to do more than that. Please abide by all of the orders by the CDN human rights Tribunal to end fed. discrimination v. tens of thousands of First Nations kids and implement the Spirit Bear Plan.
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Paul McGuire 9h
Replying to @ShiftParadigm
climb and write!
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Teaching History – We Need to Become FOLES – Thanks to HipHughes!
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Paul McGuire 9h
Thanks for the RT Mark - want to come with us??
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Paul McGuire 13h
Great story about family and D-day
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Historica Canada May 30
WATCH: A brand new pays tribute to the North Shore New Brunswick Regiment (NSR) ahead of . Through the story of Major Archie MacNaughton and his men, we remember the sacrifices of Canadian soldiers who fought on D-Day.
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Historica Canada Aug 15
WATCH: A brand new tells the story of the Acadian Deportation. Stripped of their possessions and forced from their homes after 150 years of peaceful existence, more than 10,000 Acadians were expelled from the Maritimes.
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Mike Crawley Sep 11
“Some classes have reached as high as 40 or more students,” says a high school principal.
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Canada's History 16h
In the latest Teaching Canada's History , David Brian, Jean Moir & Leanne Young discuss how they create experiences in their classrooms. Huge thanks to for all their help!
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Stephanie Donaldson 20h
I talk about race with my young kids a lot (but not enough). Today I showed them THIS video with THIS leader and it made a massive impact. Thank you for being the inspiring leader you are. Thank you for speaking to our hearts. YOU too are loved. 🧡💪
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Sara Karn Sep 16
This is what looks like in my ideal history classroom - meaningful content, collaboration, , and . What does curriculum mean to you as a ?
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Paul McGuire 18h
Great, added to my History Teachers list on Twitter thanks!
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Paul McGuire 19h
Would love to show one of these boxes to my history students at the Faculty of Education University of Ottawa! We can come to you!
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Canadian War Museum Sep 18
Today, we officially launched our Second World War Discovery Box at Bayside Middle School in Saint John, NB. We are thankful for the support of the Crabtree Foundation & the in helping to make these 20 boxes available to schools all over Canada.
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Canadian War Museum Sep 18
The congratulates our historian Dr. Tim Cook on his election into the Royal Society of Canada () as one of ninety-three new Fellows.  
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Graham Broad Sep 18
Author of 10 acclaimed books, FIFTY refereed articles, public historian, dad of three, cancer survivor and sometimes mistaken for the CEO of Apple Computers, Tim Cook is also a helluva nice guy.
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