Alexis McBride

"I believe that being excited and interested in history is more important than knowing names and dates, and I take that philosophy into my teaching. I hope to help students learn how our history can help us understand the present and make better decisions about our future.“

About

Alexis McBride

As a trained archaeologist, I have spent 25 years learning about history, how people lived in the past, and why it matters to us today. I believe that being excited and interested in history is more important that knowing names and dates, and I take this philosophy into my teaching. I am particularly interested in the way different aspects of history connect together and strive to help students make those connections in their learning. Our past is inextricably linked to our present and our future, and I hope to help students learn how our history can help us understand the present, and make better decisions about our future.

Alexis McBride

's Qualifications

  • Bilingual Educator, Royal Ontario Museum
  • Bilingual Educator, Aga Khan Museum
  • Ph.D. Archaeology, University of Liverpool
  • B.A. Hons. Archaeology, University of Toronto
  • Author of publications on Journal of Anthropological Archaeology and World Archaeology

Courses Taught By

Alexis McBride