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Week 7 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? The purpose of teaching treaty education is not to just bring awareness that this history happened but to teach it and show to … Continue reading Week 7 Treaty Education Continue reading

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ECS 210 Final Digital Story

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Learning from Place: A Return to Traditional Ways of Knowing

Blog Post # 6 Learning from Place: A Return to Traditional  Ways of Knowing In this week’s reading we read a paper that details a research project about  honouring Mushkegowuk Cree concepts of land, environment and life in Fort Albany First Nation. In this article we were asked to identify the ways that you see … Continue reading Learning from Place: A Return to Traditional Ways of Knowing Continue reading

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Blog Post 5 How is Curriculum Developed

Blog Post # 5 Before you do the reading, ask yourself the following question: how do you think that school curricula are developed? This is an entry point to this topic and whatever you write will be fine. I think Curriculum is developed by the government and people who study curriculum and come together to … Continue reading Blog Post 5 How is Curriculum Developed Continue reading

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What it means to be a “good student”

Blog Post # 4 What it means to be a “good student”   In this weeks Blog prompt we were asked what does it mean to be a “good” student according to the common sense? This question is one that can have many different answers. In terms of common sense, a good student is on … Continue reading What it means to be a “good student” Continue reading

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ECS 210 Blog Post 3- Curriculum and Life

Ecs 210 Blog Post 3   “Curriculum is everything learned and experienced inside and outside the school” (Ayers, Quinn, Stoval, & Scheiern, 2008, p. 309). Think about what it makes possible and impossible in education? This quote is made possible in education because it is saying that there is no one way of curriculum. What … Continue reading ECS 210 Blog Post 3- Curriculum and Life Continue reading

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Ecs 210 Blog post 1- Common sense

“My neighbors taught much about the facets of life in the village that many of them seem to take for granted as common sense or what everyone should know”. His view on common sense was the modern american colonial way. The traditional 3 meals a day and separate faucets for different jobs ie. showering, laundry, … Continue reading Ecs 210 Blog post 1- Common sense Continue reading

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Writing the Self Analysis – Looking for Normative Narratives

Part I A common normative narrative that I have always thought to be true is that men had to show toughness and bravery. This was the type of normative narrative that shaped the way that I lived my life growing up. These stereotyped have given people a “picture” and an outline for them to seem … Continue reading Writing the Self Analysis – Looking for Normative Narratives Continue reading

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Self Story # 4

My First Rider Game I remember this day very clearly. We were on our way to the Mosaic Stadium to go watch our very first Roughriders game. I remember my mom and dad saying there will be a lot of people here so stay close to us and don’t wander off. As we parked our … Continue reading Self Story # 4 Continue reading

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Reading Response # 2 Blog Post

In Western Society it is common for people to think that racism is an individual act and not a systematic. In Denise Balkissoon’s article, “Whiteness is a racial construct. It’s time to take it apart” she addresses the topic of how being white individual come with the price that you are part of a racist … Continue reading Reading Response # 2 Blog Post Continue reading

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