Past Publications

  • PhD Thesis (University of Toronto, 2012) Including Women: The Establishment and Integration of Canadian Women’s History into Toronto Ontario Classrooms 1968-1993     https://tspace.library.utoronto.ca/handle/1807/33997
  • Rose Fine-Meyer and Kate Zankowicz, “Recognizing Diverse Community Knowledges: How Synergies are Developed Between Museums and the Communities They Serve through Collaborative Museum Education Programming, Toronto ON,” in Museum and Society (submitted for peer review 2014)
  • Invitation to submit, “Exploring History Outside the Classroom: Collaborative place-based projects that incorporate web-based learning,” Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 2013. This paper as given at, The International Didactics of History, Geography and Citizenship Education Symposium, Quebec City, PQ, October, 2012.

(Non-Refereed Materials)

  • “Implementing a Holistic Approach to the Study of War: Challenging Collective” Memory”http://thenhier.ca/en/content/specific-resources-teaching-canadian-history Powerpoint for Teachers: (presented at the 2014 Teachers’ Day @ the Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, Toronto, May 2014
  • “Becoming Feminist: An Anthology of How we Became Feminists” in Lorena Gajardo and Jamie Rychman, eds., Resources for Feminist Research (RFR) & the Centre for Women’s Studies in Education (CWSE), (spring, 2011), 27-29.
  • “Still listed in the Index: Positioning women’s narratives in Canadian history course materials,” Canada’s Diverse Histories in Canadian Issues, Association for Canadian Studies, (Winter, 2010): 8-17

Book, article Reviews

  • Manuscript Review, Curriculum Inquiry, (OISE/University of Toronto, June 2014)
  • Review of Rich Mole, Rebel Women of the West Coast: Their Triumphs, Tragedies and Lasting Legacies. B.C. Studies, (Spring 2012), 164-165
  • Review of Dorothy Faulkner, Elaine Park and Cathy Jenks, Women of Pender Harbour: Their Voices, Their History B.C. Studies, (Spring 2012)

Professional Education Publications:

  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Historical Editor, revised edition: Creating Canada: A History- 1914-present. Canadian history textbook by Jill Colyer Jack Cecillon Graham Draper Margaret Hoogeveen, Textbook and Teachers Guide (Toronto: McGraw-Hill, 2014)
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Research work (Senator Nancy Ruth Foundation) Research work on Canadian history for both the foundation and the Canadian government (2012-2013)
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Assisting People in Communities (Goodwill Toronto: Resource materials for the Ontario Civics Curriculum, summer 2011).
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Ontario Trillium Gift of Life Civics Curriculum Publication for the Ontario Ministry of Education online publication for all schools in Ontario. (May, 2010) http://www.onelifemanygifts.com/docs/curriculum_booklets/12-CIVICS_BOOK.pdf
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Historical Editor, Creating Canada: A History- 1914-present. Canadian history textbook by Jill Colyer Jack Cecillon Graham Draper Margaret Hoogeveen, Textbook and Teachers Guide (Toronto: McGraw-Hill, 2009)
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Teaching Canada’s History (Education publication of Canada’s History Society (Fall, 2009) as well as online site and articles for Canada’s History magazine. (2007-2009)
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Ontario Genealogy Society, Classroom materials for students in secondary schools to engage in the study of genealogy (spring, 2009)
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Academic Reviewer, Oxford University Press, (Fall 2007)
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Course designer and writer: IDC4UI Archives and Local History Course (2005) revised (2006). This course was implemented into the Ontario Curriculum Planner/ Ontario Ministry of Education and is currently being taught by teachers in schools across Ontario. The course was submitted for the Governor General’s award.  I was the recipient of the Governor General’s Award for Excellence in Teaching Canadian History in 2007.
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Toronto Archives. As part of the archive educational outreach program, I developed the first primary source research study for students in secondary school programs. (2007)
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Greatest Canadian Female Trailblazers (Top Ten Series) Part of the Learning through Literacy program in Ontario. (Toronto: Rubicon Publishing/McGraw-Hill, 2006)
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Courageous Canadians/Americans (Top Ten Series) Part of the Learning through Literacy program in Ontario. (Toronto: Rubicon Publishing/McGraw-Hill, 2006)
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Canadian Historical Atlas: On-line web activities and study units. A joint effort with the Department of Geography, University of Toronto, TDSB teachers and The Canadian Historical Atlas to produce an on-line version of the Atlas, with accompanying map tours and additional activities for students to use in their research (2005-2006)
  • Pat Staton, Rose Fine-Meyer and Stephanie Kim Gibson, Unfolding Power: Documents in Canadian Women’s History. This collection of primary documents and student activities is the first history book of learning resource materials of Canadian women’s history for the grade 10 Canadian history course, designed for secondary schools in Ontario. (Toronto: Green Dragon Press, 2004)
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Roots: Uncertain Journeys, New Beginnings, Canadian version/ part of the Literacy Success Series. (Toronto: Rubicon Publishers / McGraw Hill, 2004) American version/ part of the Literacy Success Series in the United States. (Toronto: Rubicon Publishers / McGraw Hill, 2005)
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Ontario Women’s Directorate: Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration (Fall 2004 and 2005) Designed and prepared Women’s History Month study units for their website, and for publication, distributed to schools throughout Ontario. The units also provided student activities. Study units provided material for both classroom and individual use, targeted at various age groups. Teachers Guide for classroom work.
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, The Immigrant Experience, part of The Canadian Heritage Collection: Primary Documents of the 20th century. Book and accompanying Teachers’ Guide, (Toronto: Rubicon Publishers / McGraw Hill, 2002) Primary document material for the grade 10 history curriculum: Teachers Guide: for both Academic and Applied levels.
  • Rose Fine-Meyer and Pat Staton, Ontario Women’s History Posters: Celebrating Immigrant Women / Building Community (2002) Women Writers in Canada: Speaking Out for Social Justice (2003) Accompanying Teachers’ Guides. (Toronto: Green Dragon Press)
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Ontario Ministry of Education, Canadian and World Studies: Writer: Course Profiles (Spring 2002)
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, Advertising: Reflections of Culture and Values, part of The Canadian Heritage Collection: Primary Documents of the 20th Century. Book and accompanying Teachers’ Guide, (Toronto: Rubicon Publishers / McGraw Hill, 2001) Primary document material for the grade 10 history curriculum: Teachers Guide for both Academic and Applied levels.
  • Rose Fine-Meyer, writer and composer, Music of Many Lands (Toronto Board of Education), a series of booklets and compositions for school music programs in Toronto. Composer of the composition A Time for Celebration, the Toronto schools Massey Hall mass choir, orchestra medley to celebrate Toronto’s Sesquicentennial.

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