Author Archives: Jennifer

Treaty/Settler Education

It is so unfortunate that many teachers and students did not see the value in learning about Treaties and Indigenous ways of knowing. This is sadly a too common scenario … Continue readingTreaty/Settler Education Continue reading

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Politics of Curriculum

Having an understanding of how curriculum is made was very beneficial to me. I had not realized how much of the curriculum process was politically motivated and the Levin article … Continue readingPolitics of Curriculum Continue reading

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Good Students and Great Students

Common sense would dictate that a “good” student can is obedient, sits quietly and listens to the teacher’s instructions, does all of their work and homework in the way the … Continue readingGood Students and Great Students Continue reading

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Common Sense

Hearing “Common Sense” as the definition of what everyone should know, by Kumashiro, was interesting. It can be so easy to forget that the things that are normal and accepted … Continue readingCommon Sense Continue reading

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