Author Archives: Tamantha

Treaty Ed and FNMI Content and Perspectives in the Classroom

Response: Many individuals today are still coming to see the importance of something like Treaty Ed as it was never in schools years ago. If we don’t see the importance of it, it can be overwhelming to add “another thing” to the list … Continue reading

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Reshaping My Views on School Curriculum and Treaty Education

According to Levin’s article, developing and implementing school curricula is a timely process that involves input from many individuals and groups, with some having more voice then others. It is further influenced by societal factors. As Levin st… Continue reading

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What Makes a Good Student?

When I think of a “good” student I think of a student who… pays attention in class finishes work on time respects those around them raises a hand to correctly answer a question gets good grades  In ECS 210 this past week we looked at the importanc… Continue reading

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Making Sense of Common Sense

When we think of common sense we think of things we believe everyone should know. It is the way things “should be”. We think of having common sense to brush our teeth, to get dressed in the morning, to wear warmer clothes in forty below win… Continue reading

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