Through the Eyes of Students: A Learner-Centred Approach to Educational History
Robert M. Stamp
University of Calgary
Forum, Robert M. Stamp, HIC, 2002
Robert M. Stamp, University of Calgary
Robert M. Stamp (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a Canadian historian (MA Toronto; PhD Western Ontario) who has taught in history, Canadian studies, and education programs, and has written widely in educational, social, transportation, and community history. Among his published books are: Canadian Education: a History (with J. D. Wilson and L.-P. Audet); The Schools of Ontario 1876-1976; School Days: A Century of Memories; The World of Tomorrow; Bridging the Border; and My Dearest Wife. His current research projects include a historical study on twentieth-century teacher education in Calgary, and an interdisciplinary study on the relationship between poetry and place in urban Alberta. He is associate dean (research) in the Faculty of Education, University of Calgary.