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OHASSTA Nov 2014 final

Journal of the Ontario History and Social Science Teachers' Association Saskatchewan, 50 years since the founding of the CCLA and 20 years since the Rwandan Genocide. Trying to select one or two of these events is impossible but discussing which is historically significant is worth a debate. Our speakers will help frame some of the debate. Today I also had the opportunity to tour the new Aga Khan Museum in Toronto. There are curriculum connections for CHW3M, HSP3U/C, HRT3M classes to name but a few. If you are looking for a new field trip opportunity, you might want to investigate this new museum in Toronto. This is my last report as President and I look back on my tenure with some satisfaction. We have reached further across the province for executive members, and will continue to do that with the new slate. We have been active in bridging the gap between the Franco-Ontarian and Anglo-Ontarian teachers and developed resources in both English and French. These resources are available on the web for immersion teachers as well as Franco-Ontarian teachers. We continue to collaborate with other subject associations including the Ontario Elementary Social Science Teachers Association (OESSTA) and organizations to develop resources and professional learning opportunities. I will continue to stay involved and take on a new role. The conference will be in Toronto for a couple of years, and then we are hoping to move the conference to Ottawa. Your feedback on these issues is important to us. I hope you continue to check out the updated website regularly for new resources or news http://en.ohassta- aesho.org/ or follow us on twitter @OHASSTA and sign up for our email list to get Rapport and stay in touch all year. Jan [insert Explorica Ad here] RAPPORT FALL 2014 5 RAPPORT FALL 20145

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