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Summary of Learning

Here is the Summary of Learning that Olivia and I have done about what we have learned through this semester. Thank you for watching! Hope you enjoy!
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A Single Story

Growing up in a small town in a class of 10 kids and a small school I have not experienced much diversity. When I was going into grade 11 I moved to Weyburn. I then went from a class of 10 to a class of 150. In this bigger class I started to realize that… Continue reading A Single Story Continue reading

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Curriculum as Numeracy

1.At the beginning of the reading, Leroy Little Bear (2000) states that colonialism “tries to maintain a singular social order by means of force and law, suppressing the diversity of human worldviews. … Typically, this proposition creates oppression and discrimination” (p. 77). Think back on your experiences of the teaching and learning of mathematics —… Continue reading Curriculum as Numeracy Continue reading

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Citizenship

What Examples of citizenship education do you remember from your K-12 schooling? Throughout my time in school I remember quite a few examples of citizenship education. In some of the younger years we would have a day every year when we would go out into the community and clean up the community. We would do… Continue reading Citizenship Continue reading

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Treaty Education

What is the purpose of teaching Treaty Ed (specifically) or First Nations, Metis, and Inuit (FNMI) Content and Perspectives (generally) where there are few or no First Nations, Metis, Inuit peoples? Treaty Ed is extremely important to teach in schools. It is important to teach about Treaty Ed even if there are no First Nations,… Continue reading Treaty Education Continue reading

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Curriculum as Place

1. List some of the ways that you see reinhabitation and decolonization happening throughout the narrative. Reinhabitation and decolonization happened throughout the whole article. It happened through the youth as well as through the elders as they travelled. On their trio they looked closer at the land, stories, history, culture, language and many other things.… Continue reading Curriculum as Place Continue reading

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Curriculum as a Public Policy

Before the Reading Originally I assumed that the school curriculum was developed by the government and the school board members. They go off of what they believe that they know exactly what all students need across Saskatchewan. I believe that they sit around and are each assigned a subject and grade that they are experts… Continue reading Curriculum as a Public Policy Continue reading

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Are you a “good” student?

Through common sense a “good” student is someone who is able to sit down through a lecture or lesson and take in the content that is being taught. A “good” student is someone who will talk when the teacher ask them and not any other time. They will be happy to be at school but… Continue reading Are you a “good” student? Continue reading

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Maria Montessori

Maria Montessori is a theorist that I heavily look up to. As a woman she has accomplished some unbelievable things in her time such as becoming a female doctor in the 80s. I found that quite a few of my ideas about education relate to hers. “Education cannot be effective unless it helps a child… Continue reading Maria Montessori Continue reading

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Curriculum Theory and Practice

The ways in which you may have experience the Tyler rationale in your own schooling;  I feel as though most of my school experiences followed many things that the Tyler rationale highlighted. I noticed that the core classes were much more or a priority than the arts and even physical education. Core classes such as… Continue reading Curriculum Theory and Practice Continue reading

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