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Learning From Place

Some ways i saw reinhabitation and decolonization happening through the narrative were: The concerns came at a time when discoveries of the Ring of Fire mineral deposits west of the community were and are bringing pressures from mining companies and the federal government to enter into large scale extractive development. (pg 73) The advisory committeeContinue reading “Learning From Place” Continue reading

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Lens formed by Canadian Literature

Yes my upbringing and school has had a strong impact on the biases I may hold but also that I dont hold. When I was growing up my parents tried very hard to not portray any of their built in bias on me in hopes that I would feel empowered enough to form my ownContinue reading “Lens formed by Canadian Literature” Continue reading

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Canada’s Truth

Dwayne Donald talks about the power that colonialism still has on our today’s societies. He also addresses that when Aboribal people and Canadians speak to one another they are still “missing” the messages being told as they are still coming from two different perspectives, not as a whole. This is a pressing issue in ourContinue reading “Canada’s Truth” Continue reading

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Hidden Curriculum: assignment 1

I have chosen the on the topic of the hidden curriculum. Throughout my elementary and highschool education I never really thought about the curriculum in any other way than an academic based structure for teachers to educate us as students. This changed when I was exposed to this class. This class has sparked a largeContinue reading “Hidden Curriculum: assignment 1” Continue reading

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Tyler’s Rational

I feel I have experienced the Tyler rationale within my own schooling when I was in elementary school. I was always a student who followed the rules and handed in all my assignments. In hopes that this would help me achieve success but I found to be left in the cracks. My teachers would skipContinue reading “Tyler’s Rational” Continue reading

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“Common Sense”

Kumashiro defines ‘common sense’ as something you are grown up knowing. He talks about how it was challenging for him to change his thoughts on “meals, water, time, privacy, and other aspects in Nepal.” You as an adult maintain common sense of things that have been normalized to you. You do not need to beContinue reading “”Common Sense”” Continue reading

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