There are many different aspects within the broad topic of History, and this course focused on the aspects of gender and health in Canadian History. When one learns about the history of gender and health, they would find that both are greatly intersected with one another. This is evidently shown by medical experts and gendered roles in the medical field. Throughout my ePortfolio, I will address the influence experts and gendered roles in the medical field had and how this relates to the health of the individual in terms of health in schools, Indigenous health, illnesses such as cancer, natural approaches to health, and more. As evidence to support my argument, I will be using various reading analyses that we discussed in class, my research topic of choice: Female Canadian Nurses in World War One, and other reflections on the past.
Before you start exploring this portfolio, here is a brief overview of what is on the portfolio and where to find it.
“The Main Purpose of this ePortfolio”
- Here you will find why I chose to make this ePortfolio and what evidence I will be using to support my argument of what I learned.
- This section of this ePortfolio gives you a brief overview of who I am, why I like to take History courses, and why I decided to take History 4250: Gender and Health in History.
Reflections on the Past:
- In this section, there will be some of my reading analyses on various topics we discussed in lectures and class discussions, and my thoughts on them, as well as how these reading analyses are useful evidence to support my main argument.
- In this section, there will be two of my reflections from the beginning and end of term, on the topic of “What is Gender and Health?”.
“My Research Topic of Choice”
- In this section of my ePortfolio, it will outline my research topic and why I chose the topic.
- In this section of my ePortfolio, it will show a PowerPoint of my research presentation, as well as my outline/notes that is used to explain my presentation.
- This section will include my research paper and how it contributes to what I learned in the course and how it supports my main argument of the ePortfolio.
- This section will list all the sources I used in my research project, and will have a brief explanation as to why I chose these sources and how they helped me in my research.
Learning Canadian History:
- This section of my ePortfolio will show a picture of my concept map/diagram, as well as an explanation of how it reflects my learning in the course.
“Conclusion of the Course”
- Conclusion of my ePortfolio
“History Resources I Found Interesting and Useful”
- This section will have a list of movies and website links that I found interesting and useful, and it also give further information on the topics of Gender and Health.
*** Note: All images are either Google images that are “labelled for reuse”, or pictures I’ve taken ***