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Blog #6

Blog #6 Part #1 Throughout the reading it was clear that the curricula was developed and implemented largely through the use of politics. The government has lots of control over the how the curriculum is made and used because how they make their policies and enforce how they are taught, who teachers them, to whomContinue reading “Blog #6” Continue reading

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Blog #2

Blog 2 Going through the school systems have lots of different teachers, some of the teachers are very well organized and have to the correct skills to get the point across while others lack in some of those skills needed. With Tyler’s rationale I was able to connect my own experiences with some of theContinue reading “Blog #2” Continue reading

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Blog #7

Blog #7 1: The purpose of teaching Treaty Ed in school in Saskatchewan is to teach the about the land that they are living on and about the people that lived on the land before us. I also think that teaching about treaties is a good way to learn about the history of Canada. IContinue reading “Blog #7” Continue reading

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Blog #5

Blog Five In the article “Learning from Place: A Return to Traditional Mushkegowuk Ways of Knowing” the rein habitation and decolonization is shown in many different ways with lots of different examples. Some of the big examples of decolonization were the elders teaching the children about the language and telling them different stories in theContinue reading “Blog #5” Continue reading

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Here is my Digital Storytelling

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Blog Three

In the article, Silencing Aboriginal Curricular Content and Perspective through Multiculturalism: There are other children here by Verna St. Denis. The main focus of the article is to show that the curriculum that is being taught in schools now a days is very white focused and that other cultures and backgrounds are being ignored. “ThisContinue reading “Blog Three” Continue reading

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Blog Three

In the article, Silencing Aboriginal Curricular Content and Perspective through Multiculturalism: There are other children here by Verna St. Denis. The main focus of the article is to show that the curriculum that is being taught in schools now a days is very white focused and that other cultures and backgrounds are being ignored. “ThisContinue reading “Blog Three” Continue reading

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Blog One

Kumashiro idea of commonsense is the knowledge that everyone in a region knows without any effort of thinking. Kumashiro thinks that the idea of commonsense is something that is comfortable for people and that it the commonsense that helps make people’s life’s easier. Commonsense is also seen as a good way for people to stayContinue reading “Blog One” Continue reading

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