Canada's Participation in the Korean War: Inquiry, Historical Thinking, and Action

Learn about our shared histories and help your students build bridges across Canada and the world through these innovative Korean War inquiries developed by teachers for Canadian classrooms. The inquiries include all of the primary and secondary sources that students need to engage in the compelling questions through a series of formative tasks and include extension ideas to help students take informed action in their own school or community. 

You’ll learn about three inquiries for high school students: 

  •  Was the Korean War significant for French Canadians? 
  • Is peace possible in Korea? 
  • Was Canada’s participation in the Korean War successful?

And two inquiries for elementary and middle school students:

  • How can I best remember the Korean War?
  • What do different stories tell us about the Korean War?

Sessions

Friday 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Room LIB 7200

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Presenters

  • SSENC
    Diane Vautour

    Diane Vautour is vice-president of the Ontario History and Social Science Teachers Association and a representative of the Social Studies Educators Network of Canada. She is also a recipient of the Governor General's Award for Excellence in Teaching Canadian History. She has co-authored a Canadian history textbook focusing on primary sources and has written many eLearning courses for the Ontario Ministry of Education. She is a secondary school department head in History and Social Science. She has been a secondary school teacher in Toronto for 20 years.

  • Diane (OHASSTA) Vautour
  • OHASSTA SSENC