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ECS 210 Final Vlog

Here is my ECS 210 Final Vlog
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Treaty Ed… but why?

The purpose of teaching Treaty Ed is the same purpose teaching history or ELA in school, students need it to develop a worldview of the things around them. If students grow up just hearing things about first nations people from the news or other worse sources, it could lead to a racist worldview on FN […] Continue reading

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Curriculum as Place

Reinhabitation in the narrative was seen with the Cree having meaningful talks between elders and youth, on their own land, speaking their own language, yet also using new technologies to aid them. Decolonization is evident in the narrative through its talks about the reclamation of the culture, history, and geographical knowledge of places. For some […] Continue reading

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Week 3: Assignment 1 exploration

As I looked at the list of authors in the assignment nobody really popped off the page except for Lee Airton, but I was not overly interested in writing about gender and sex in curriculum. As I looked into a lot more seemed interesting, but since I am a social studies major what really caught […] Continue reading

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R.R. Jan 16: Tyler Rationale

The Tyler rationale was use extensively throughout my schooling, especially in elementary school. In elementary school I had older teachers that were probably taught that the Tyler Rationale is the best way to teach and they had done it for so long they probably thought ‘why wouldn’t it work?’ For me, this was a great […] Continue reading

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