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  • The Virtual Historian | L'historien virtuel
    The Virtual Historian L historien virtuel

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/ (2014-10-09)
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  • What's New | The Virtual Historian
    users For complete lessons with comprehensive sources and detailed activities request a VH membership To become a member complete the form and conctact your school authority for licensing the Virtual Historian To use the Virtual Historian please read the Terms of use and licensing fees Blog Une série de hockey dont on va se souvenir longtemps Le Canada et l URSS au temps de la guerre froide administrator Wed 06

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/en (2014-10-09)
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  • Bienvenue | The Virtual Historian
    détaillées avec l ensemble des ressources et des activités d apprentissage faire une demande d adhésion Pour devenir membre prière de compléter le formulaire et contacter votre autorité scolaire pour obtenir une licence d utilisation Consulter les Droits d utilisation et les coûts de L historien virtuel c Blogue Une série de hockey dont on va se souvenir longtemps Le Canada et l URSS au temps de la guerre froide

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/fr (2014-10-09)
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  • About us | The Virtual Historian
    Historian TM places learners in the virtual environment of authentic historical investigations of key events and issues in Canadian history such as the Halifax Explosion 1917 the Person s Case 1929 The Dieppe Raid 1942 and the October Crisis 1970 The Virtual Historian TM is financed in part by the Canadian Funds for Innovation CFI and supported by the Virtual History Lab VH Lab of the University of Ottawa We also wish to thank our technological partner Idéeclic inc To register or receive information on the Virtual Historian TM please contact the Virtual Historian Team The Virtual Historian TM Team Stéphane Lévesque Associate professor Director of the Virtual History Lab Nicholas Ng A Fook Associate Professor Associate member Lorna Maclean Associate Professor Associate member Tim Stanley Professor Dean FGPS Associate member Ruby Heap Professor VP Research Ass Associate member Sharon Cook Distinguish professor Associate member Raphael Gani Doctoral student administrator FQRSC Fellow David L Venne High school teacher Research member UROP Recipient Olivier Calixte High school teacher Research member UROP Recipient Sergio Méndez Lozano Visiting Doctoral Student Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico Catherine Duquette Visiting Doctoral Student Université du Québec à Chicoutimi David Guillemette Visiting Doctoral Student Université du Québec

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/node/103 (2014-10-09)
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  • Why use the VH? | The Virtual Historian
    as well as in electronically edited and translated forms to facilitate literacy and render the content more intelligible to students These texts which include visuals audios videos and 3D artifacts can be manipulated online and used directly in students own assignments 4 Guided investigation and analysis scaffolding Because there is a fundamental difference between what can be accomplished in a history classroom and what professional historians do students need sustained development and direction in doing history This pedagogical process of introducing progressively students to disciplinary goals standards and procedures is referred to as scaffolding Students learn more effectively and enthusiastically when they take part in joint activities and performance tasks with teachers who support and guide them in a conducive environment a community of historical thinkers The guided investigation of historical cases is achieved through a scaffolding process of structured reading analysis and comparison of sources referred to as heuristics These heuristic steps fall under four specific categories in the Virtual Historian Identification Knowing about the type of source and its origins Identifying a source helps selecting and classifying historical evidence notably in terms of primary and secondary sources Attribution Knowing about the construction of the source author and its original purpose s Attributing a source to its author helps understand the construction of the source as well as the historical perspective and reason for the argument presented Contextualization Knowing about the social political cultural and historical context and meaning of the source Contextualizing a source is an empathical task essential to think from the inside of the sources and avoid imposing naïve present day meaning and values to historical actors Corroboration Knowing about the value authority and authenticity of the source Corroborating a source with other sources helps establish its reliability perspective and ultimately use as historical evidence 5

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/node/104 (2014-10-09)
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  • User account | The Virtual Historian
    Register What s New Lessons Publications Support Training Tutorial Blog The Virtual Historian User account Create new account Log in Request new password Username Enter your The Virtual Historian username Password Enter the password that accompanies your username Privacy Policy

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/user/login (2014-10-09)
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  • Relevant books, chapters, and articles | The Virtual Historian
    social 7 1 28 33 Lévesque S 2010 La pensée historique et l enseignement d enjeux contentieux l expérience des élèves qui étudient la Crise d octobre Dans M McAndrew et al ed L école et la diversité perspectives comparées Québec Presses de l Université Laval 159 168 Lévesque S Hiver 2010 On Historical Literacy Learning to Think Like Historians Canadian Issues Thèmes canadiens 42 46 Lévesque S 2009 L enseignement par situation problème l expérience des élèves de l Ontario Canadian Diversity Diversité canadienne 7 1 73 77 Lévesque S 2009 H istorical literacy in 21st century Ontario Research using the Virtual Historian Rapport final Canadian Council on Learning CCL Lévesque S 2008 Terrorism plus Canada in the 1960 s equals hell frozen over Learning about the October Crisis with computer technology in the Canadian classroom Canadian Journal of Learning Technology 34 2 Disponible http www cjlt ca index php cjlt article view 493 224 Levesque S 2008 Can computational technology improve students historical thinking Experience from the Virtual Historian Présentation à la Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association 28 March 2008 New York City pdf Lévesque S 2007 Can Computational Technology Improve Students Historical Thinking Experience

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/node/589 (2014-10-09)
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  • Support | The Virtual Historian
    to the program or a full license for your school authority Who has access to the Virtual Historian All public or private school authorities having a current license for using the program in class I cannot login Verify your account and type the correct case sensitive account and password provided to you make sure your school authority has current license access to the program In case of a technical problem contact your local technical support or send a message to the Virtual Historian I do not have access to all functionalities of the program Make sure your computer has Macromedia Flash version 8 0 or higher download it here I cannot see full library screen Press F11 key on your keyboard for PC and set monitor resolution to 800 by 600 pixels or higher I am logged out of library Always use EXIT and CLOSE X keys from the Virtual Historian tools Avoid using the BACK arrow and CLOSE X icon from browser toolbar as you will need to reactive your mission Be careful when you open hyperlinks as they may appear in the same browser window My computer is slow Check your internet connection Close all unnecessary software and

    Original URL path: http://www.virtualhistorian.ca/node/592 (2014-10-09)
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