Professional Exchange

A resource that enables Canadian museum heritage professionals to excel.

CHIN

Canada's network of museums that engage their audiences through the use of innovative technologies.

Search the Teachers' Centre

Results

Learning Resources

Searched for: Newfoundland And Labrador
Original map of the Intercolonial Railway line between Rivière-du-Loup and Halifax, executed by Sandford Fleming.
Collection: The arrival of the railway
Creator: Musée du Bas-Saint-Laurent
Description of the international journeys of four ambassadors of the Iroquois Confederacy in the 18th Century.
Collection: Four Kings and One Queen
Creator: Portrait Gallery of Canada
Over the centuries, squids and octopi, with their great tentacles, have been at the centre of the fascination for sea monsters .
Collection: The Legends of the Depths
Creator: Musée du Fjord
A description of The Royal Proclamation of 1763 by Graydon Nicholas.
Collection: My Land is Not Thine, Either by Right or by Conquest
Creator: Heritage Branch Province of New Brunswick
Lesson plan designed to provide an introduction to the interpretation of graphic materials such as cartoons. How to analyse and interpret cartoons in order to get information out of them
Collection: Past Perfect: The Politically Incorrect in Cartoons!
Creator: McCord Museum of Canadian History
An interpretation about whether the Royal Proclamation of 1763 applies to all three Maritime provinces.
Collection: My Land is Not Thine, Either by Right or by Conquest
Creator: Heritage Branch Province of New Brunswick
The great ocean depths are home to gigantic fish that provoke fear among humans. Rays, sharks, and other awe inspiring fish have been forever terrorizing sailors.
Collection: The Legends of the Depths
Creator: Musée du Fjord
By the mid-1920s the search was on for a small, self-starting, electric motor, operating on alternating current (by then the choice of most power utilities).
Collection: 'Warming Up' Collection of space heating artefacts, 1920s to the 1960s
Creator: HVACR Heritage Centre Canada
A definitive element of the urban landscape is its architecture. Each building is a window into a society, revealing narratives and stories about its inhabitants.
Collection: CITYSCAPES: Figments of Urban Imagination
Creator: Confederation Centre Art Gallery
More facts about butterflies.
Collection: Butterfly Biology
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
1   2   Next >

User