Author Archives: Keli Heroux
When thinking back to my experiences of mathematics, I always thought of it as a positive experience. I never really struggled with math and never really took into considerations more about the curriculum and what could be included in the math classro… Continue reading
Below is a link to my final digital story. I apologize for the wrong date entered, it should say April 6th (not 7th).
I decided to do my final digital story in the form of a PowerPoint voice over just to keep my thoughts on track. Through the pres… Continue reading
I grew up going to a predominantly white, middle-class school. Through this educational experience, I have found many biases and misconceptions about certain topics. Our history classes were unintentionally ‘whitewashed’ and I found coming… Continue reading
This week we had many different resources provided in order to gain a deeper understanding of Treaty Education. I have many points to bring up in regards to Dwayne’s challenge with Treaty Education and to the supplementary questions.
There w… Continue reading
For this week’s blog post I found an article on place-based education. The article I found was Engaging Underrepresented High School Students in an Urban Environmental and Geoscience Place-Based Curriculum by Amy De Felice, Jennifer D. Adams, Brett Br… Continue reading
In this weeks reading, it talked about learning from place and how that can impact education in a positive way. The reading was a research study that focused on Mushkegowuk Cree and their concept of land. Through this reading, I found valuable points … Continue reading
defines ‘commonsense’ as something everyone should know, it creates a sense of
normalcy. Tells schools the systems of teaching and learning they should be
doing instead of looking for improvements to promote learning and to improve
the overa… Continue reading
I found the
Tyler rationale to be somewhat confining. I found it significant that the first
step was to determine the need, assuming every student will be similar (Smith 4).
Tyler looked at the systematic way of teaching and emphasized the outcome of
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