- “Implementing diverse histories in the classroom.” Ontario History and Social Science Teacher’s Association (OHASSTA) and Association for Canadian Studies (ACS) (Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, November 23-25, 2012).
- “Exploring history outside the classroom: Collaborative place-based projects that incorporate web-based learning”, as part of a panel. After the Textbook: The New Challenges of Implementing Web 2.0 Learning Materials in History Classrooms, 2012 International Didactics of History, Geography, and Citizenship Education Symposium. (Quebec City, QC, October 26-29, 2012).
- “Teaching war in the classroom: Challenging dominant narratives,” as part of the panel The Relevance of Teaching the History of War in Canada with Dr. Lubomyr Luciuk, Lisa Faden, and chair Dr. Ruth Sandwell. Canadian History of Education Association (CHEA) (Vancouver, BC, October 18-20, 2012).
- “Engaging students in history: Using instructional booklets to inculcate Canadian identity,” as part of the panel Patriotism and Canadian Identity with Catherine Gidney and Susan Fisher and chair Lisa Faden. Canadian History of Education Association (CHEA) (Vancouver, BC, October 18-20, 2012).
- “Giving teachers the tools to claim a place for history education in their schools,” as part of the panel What Ought to Predominate History Education? Perceptions, challenges, and possibilities to make the past present in classrooms. Canadian Society for the Study in Education (CSSE), Humanities Congress (Wilfrid Laurier University/Waterloo University, May 2012).
- “The hard work of making curriculum: The cases of ‘Gender and Women’s Studies,'” as part of the panel Where the Story Begins Depends On Where You Look: Teachers as Curriculum Policy Makers. Chair: Nina Bascia (OISE, University of Toronto). Canadian Society for the Study in Education (CSSE), Humanities Congress (Wilfrid Laurier University/Waterloo University, May 2012).