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Reading Response #7

How has your upbringing/schooling shaped how you “read the world?” What biases and lenses do you bring to the classroom? How might we unlearn / work against these biases? Which “single stories” were present in your own schooling? Whose truth mattered? My upbringing and school was one of a christian, french, and settler home. I … Continue reading Reading Response #7 Continue reading

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Reading Response October 16th

What is the purpose of teaching Treaty Ed (specifically) or First Nations, Metis, and Inuit (FNMI) Content and Perspectives where there are few or no First Nations, Metis, Inuit peoples. What does it mean for your understanding of curriculum that “We are all treaty people”? It may be argued that it is more important to teach … Continue reading Reading Response October 16th Continue reading

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Critical Summary: Sept 16th Post

Out of all the topic choices for our Critical Summary assignment, Sexual education stood out the most to me. It has been something I have been passionate about since high school. Seeing how uninformed my friends were and feeling so uninformed myself I always wondered why our 13 years of schooling had taught us next … Continue reading Critical Summary: Sept 16th Post Continue reading

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Read and Response: Curriculum theory and practice

The four models of curriculum described in this article are: 1. Curriculum as a body of knowledge/syllabus to be transmitted 2. Curriculum as an attempt to achieve certain ends in a student 3. Curriculum as process 4. Curriculum as praxis The first model of curriculum raises some issues of the ways it does not indicate … Continue reading Read and Response: Curriculum theory and practice Continue reading

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Read and Response: Kumashiru

Kumashiru describes common sense as something that everyone should know. Practices that everyone should be expected to understand. They make so much sense that it must be commonplace to be able to follow the expectations set out by the culture or community. Common sense is universal in the sense that every part of the world … Continue reading Read and Response: Kumashiru Continue reading

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Resources

Power Points from Guest Speakers that Presented in ECS 100:
Introduction-to-ATFSL
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ECS100 March 2017
Digital Citizenship Book
Physical Education Lesson Plans, done by my peers:
Cha Cha Slide Lesson Pla… Continue reading

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Professional Knowledge

My Topic Exploration Paper is titled “Bridging the Gap: Indigenous and non-Indigenous Education” Abstract This paper explores Aboriginal education and the gap between the levels of education between non- and Aboriginal children. The majority of the education system in Canada does not cater to Aboriginal youth and puts many of them at a disadvantage. This … Continue reading Professional Knowledge Continue reading

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Professional Field Experience

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