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Valour Canada’s CCMH programming is on hold until Autumn 2021 due to Covid concerns.
A guest presentation in your classroom? Please contact us
Our museum education program, currently running in four provinces, takes a unique approach to learning about Canadian military history by embedding the educational content within an experiential, innovative, and team-based learning framework. In Calgary, this day-long, museum-based program consists of 4 – 6 modules through which students will progress sequentially, as well as an artifact handling session with a real soldier. The Character of our Canadian Military History program (CCMH) is ideal for groups of 20 – 45 (school classes, cadet groups, scouts/girl guides, etc., as high as 80) and can be adapted to your needs.
HMCS Llandovery Castle | Scavenger Hunt (at museum) | Artifact Handling | Battle of Vimy Ridge
D-Day: Operation Neptune | Cdn Corps: A Learning Organization | Cold War | Afghanistan | Legacy of War
Modules currently being developed: Enlistment | Propaganda | Women in War
To enquire about experiencing this program or to request additional information, please contact our Lead Educator.
“This is very cool. I had so much fun and it give me another knowledge that I can use on my Canadian Studies course (sic). The activities are so fun!!!” (L.Y., student, 2018)
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Assuming a return to pre-Covid normalcy Valour Canada will continue to launch the CCMH program in new-partnering military museums across Canada. If you’d like more information about this free opportunity, please contact our Lead Educator.