The Character of our Canadian Military History
Cooperation Courage Communication
Thoughtfulness Responsibility Resilience
Individuals who understand these characteristics, while doing their best to practice them, are successful Canadian citizens today.
Our newest education program takes a unique approach to learning about Canadian Military History by embedding the history content within an experiential, innovative, and team-based learning framework that presents students with memorable opportunities to explore the character traits noted above. The day-long, Museum-based program consists of 4 – 6 modules through which students will progress sequentially, as well as an artifact handling session. Debriefing and individual reflection are both cornerstones of the design.
Students participating in the Iron Harvest activity (Apr. 2018).
The Character of our Canadian Military History program (CCMH) is ideal for groups of 20 - 35 (school classes, cadet groups, scouts/girl guides, etc.) and can be adapted to your needs.
Available Modules: The Sinking of HMCS Llandovery Castle, Scavenger Hunt (at museum), Artifact Handling, the Battle of Vimy Ridge, Canadian Corps at Hill 70: A Learning Organization, the Iron Harvest.
Modules currently in development: Propaganda, D-Day, the Cold War
Representative of a Canadian Military MUSEUM ?
Valour Canada will be presenting portions of the CCMH program in military museums nation-wide in 2018-19. If you'd like more information about this very low-cost opportunity, please contact our Lead Educator, Aaron Curtis, email@example.com
Educator or Group Leader IN CALGARY ?
Are you a passionate Social Studies or Military History educator in the Calgary area interested in exploring these traits with your students while the learning about our shared Canadian Military History?
(Calgary schools) NOW BOOKING FOR 2018-19
* Field Trip to The Military Museums in the Autumn of 2018
(Dates Available: Oct. 23, 24, 30, 31; Nov. 8, 9, 14, 15, 20, 21)
* Or, a 45-90 minute presentation at your school in your classroom over 1 or 2 periods.
Please note that any requests will be be responded to on a "first come, first serve" basis. Any in-class presentations will be delivered by Valour Canada's educator.
If you have any questions, concerns, or would like additional information, please contact our Lead Educator, Aaron Curtis, at firstname.lastname@example.org