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Art Gallery of Alberta Tour registration  Ticket sales start Dec 4 at 7pm and end Feb 4 at 7pm.  SOLD OUT!

Rogers Place Tour - Ticket sales start Dec 4 at 7pm and end Feb 4 at 7pm.  SOLD OUT!

Rogers Place Tour #2 - A 2nd tour has been added!  Ticket sales start Dec 8 at 12:00pm and end Feb 4 at 7pm. SOLD OUT!

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Dr. Lindsay Smith Gibson

Lindsay is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Elementary Education at the University of Alberta. He completed his Ph.D. in the Centre for the Study of Historical Consciousness in the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy at the University of British Columbia in 2014, where he studied under the supervision of Dr. Peter Seixas. Before starting at the University of Alberta in July 2015 Lindsay taught in School District No. 23 (Kelowna, British Columbia) where he worked as a member of the Instructional Leadership Team for three years and taught secondary school history and social studies for nine years. Since 2008 Lindsay has worked with the Historical Thinking Project as a workshop and professional development presenter, a member of the Executive Committee, and has organized the 2016 and 2017 Historical Thinking Summer Institute. Lindsay also works with The Critical Thinking Consortium (TC2) as a presenter, writer, and editor for a variety of history education projects. Lindsay is a member of the B.C. Ministry of Education Writing Team that developed the new K-12 Social Studies Curriculum, and is also a member of the K-12 Social Studies Working Group that is designing the Alberta new social studies curriculum.