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​In writing The Great Canadian History Adventure, my goal was to hold to the following standards: 

  1. Accuracy and Objectivity:
    To ensure that historical content is accurate, fact-based, and free from bias or distortion.
    I did my best to present multiple perspectives on historical events and encourage critical thinking in learners.

  2. Inclusivity and Diversity: 
    Since Canada is a nation of immigrants as well as Indigenous people I wanted to include a diverse range of voices, cultures, and perspectives in the curriculum. Therefore each province will be represented by at least two cultures. 

  3. Respecting for Indigenous Knowledge:
    I acknowledge and respect the historical and cultural knowledge of Indigenous peoples, including their contributions to history and their unique perspectives. To that purpose only information made public by indigenous groups were used and families are advised to use sources created and published by Indigenous people to learn more.   

  4. Age-Appropriate Content:
    The history curriculum is not tailored to a specific grade level. It does require at least age 10 critical thinking and parental guidance for the discussion of uncomfortable historical concepts and events. 

  5. Critical Thinking and Analytical Skills:
    My goal for MFoster the development of critical thinking, research skills, and the ability to analyze historical sources, including primary and secondary documents.

  6. Ethical and Moral Considerations: Encourage discussions on ethical and moral aspects of history, such as the consequences of historical actions and decisions.

  7. Relevance to the Local Community: Highlight local history and its relevance to the community. Connect historical events to current issues and challenges faced by the community.

  8. Alignment with Curriculum Standards: Ensure that the curriculum aligns with state or national curriculum standards, providing a structured framework for students' education.

  9. Continuous Improvement: Regularly review and update the curriculum to reflect new historical research, changing perspectives, and emerging educational best practices.

  10. Public Input and Transparency: Involve parents, teachers, historians, and community members in the curriculum development process. Maintain transparency and open communication with stakeholders.

  11. Avoiding Controversial or Offensive Material: While presenting a wide range of perspectives, consider the potential impact of sensitive or controversial material on students, and use discretion in addressing such topics.

  12. Use of Primary Sources: Encourage the use of primary sources in the classroom, providing students with authentic historical documents and materials to study.

  13. Connection to Current Events: Demonstrate the relevance of historical events to contemporary issues and challenges, helping students see the connections between past and present.

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