Author Archives: Rhys

Mathematics

Thinking back upon my former school days, math was not a very strong subject for me. I always had trouble understanding the content and figuring out the problems. Math is an area where the answer is either right or wrong, it is very rare that you can get marks for trying. I always felt left… Continue Reading → Continue reading

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How I Read The World

My whole life I grew up on a family farm just outside a small town of Montmartre, SK. I attended a K-12 school with an average of 210 students. To say the least our school was not modernized with society and was a very traditionally ran to school. Everything was competitively run from gym class… Continue Reading → Continue reading

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School Development And Implementation

In the Levin article, school curricula show to be developed and implemented primarily by public policies. These public policies govern every aspect of education. They bring together a group of experts and sector representatives as well as interest groups to discuss things like what schooling is provided, how, to whom, in what form, with what… Continue Reading → Continue reading

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We Are All Treaty People

The importance of Treaty Ed is not just about treaty education itself, but also about the significance of relationships, different world viewings, figuring out ways to live peacefully together, and enduring ways to help each other in the future. It is important for every Canadian to know what treaties represent because we are all treaty… Continue Reading → Continue reading

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