Our Partners

OHASSTA-AESHO is pleased to partner with researchers, like-minded associations, organizations, and institutions to support our members and advocate for history and social science education in Ontario and in Canada.

The Social Studies Educators Network of Canada (SSENC / RESSC) is an umbrella organization of Canadian provincial and territorial social studies teachers’ networks and associations. OHASSTA / AESHO is a member. Founded in 2019, SSENC / RESSC seeks to advocate for social studies education across Canada, facilitate networking and cooperation among social studies educators, and engage with public institutions, private interests, and non-government institutions in the development and implementation of policies and/or resources related to social studies education across Canada.

Launched in 2018 and funded by the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), Thinking Historically for Canada’s FuturePenser historiquement pour l’avenir du Canada is a 7-year, cross-Canada research project led by Dr. Carla Peck at the University of Alberta.

Launching in 2020, OHASSTA has been working with Dr. Sandra Lapointe at McMaster University to create an effective platform to connect students and teachers meaningfully with post-secondary experts to support inquiry learning. The/La Collaborative is a major sponsor of the OHASSTA-AESHO annual conference.

OHASSTA is a long-time partner of the Ontario Justice Education Network. OJEN provides experiential learning and curriculum resources related to law and justice in Ontario in both English and French.


The L.R. Wilson Institute for Canadian History, McMaster University

Partnering with scholars to provide summer learning for educators in Canadian History.


The Association for Canadian Studies
A non-profit organization that aims to bring educators and scholars together from across Canada.

Please contact us for more information or to learn how you can be involved.