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Upon reading the article by Cynthia Chamber’s We are all Treaty People. I found her perspective regarding how she perceives her culture identity as something she could not connect with since she was born of Irish and Scottish descents but … Continue reading → Continue reading
How much do we really know about policy and curriculum? Who has the ultimate say on what content goes into the curriculum? Upon reading the article Ben Levin (2008)wrote on CURRICULUM POLICY AND THE POLITICS OF WHAT SHOULD BE LEARNED … Continue reading → Continue reading
Post 2 Reading Ch.2 of Kumashiro’s article titled “Preparing Teachers for Crisis” was a good example of how most teachers feel as they navigate their first years of teaching. University does not prepare us for the behavior or different learning … Continue reading → Continue reading
Post 1 The problem with Common Sense – (From Kumashiro. (2009). Against Common Sense: Teaching and Learning Toward Social Justice, pp. XXIX – XLI). My interpretation to Kumashiro ‘commonsense’ definition is, if we get stuck in our ways and do … Continue reading → Continue reading