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Western Canada: Lindsay Gibson (University of British Columbia) Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum & Pedagogy @ Lindsay Gibson has published several journal articles and book chapters about historical thinking, history teacher education, the ethical dimension of history, and assessment of historical thinking. Responsible government comes to Upper Canada, emergence of an industrial society, era of state controlled schools and curriculum began that would serve moral, intellectual and civic purposes. Egerton Ryerson formalizes education as a way to formally educate future Christians and citizens in Upper Canada; state controlled schools as primary.
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