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ECS 210 – Week 9

Curriculum as Literacy Throughout my school experience I experience things that could potentially be biases within the classroom. In my upbringings, some of the aspects of what I was taught strongly influenced my biases. For example, in my English language Art experience some of the things that were taught influenced me. In chapter 7 of […] Continue reading

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ECS 210 – Week 8

Based on my own school experience there is a few times that I can remember about citizenship education. In my earlier years of school I don’t remember much in regards to citizenship educations, but I do remember that my teachers would mention things about jobs when we grow up. However, I can remember in my […] Continue reading

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ECS 210 – Week 7

Curriculum as Treaty Education After watching the videos it is important to teach treaty education in the classroom because it something that all people in Canada share. Throughout many of the videos, it mentioned that the significance of teaching treaty education is that ‘we are all treaty people’. With that, in Claires video she discusses […] Continue reading

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ECS 210 – Week 6

Curriculum as Public Policy According to the Levin article, school curricula is developed and enforced primarily from public policies. In the article Levin states “govern just about every aspect of education- what schooling is provided, how, to whom, in what form, with that resources, and so on” (p.8). Although educators particularly do not have a […] Continue reading

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ECS 210 – Week 5

Curriculum as Place Reading the article Learning from Place: A Return to Traditional Mushkegowuk Ways of Knowing there were many examples of reinhabitation and decolonization. In the article the authors mentions “over just two generations, one could observe the erosion of deeper meanings of connection to land and territory that are encoded in the Mushkegowuk […] Continue reading

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ECS 210 – Week 4

Preparing Teachers for Crisis: What It Means to Be a Student Questions: What does it mean to be a “good” student according to the commonsense? Which students are privileged by this definition of the good student? What is made impossible to see/understand/believe because of these common sense ideas? According to the commonsense a good student […] Continue reading

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ECS 210 – Week 3

For the first assignment in ECS 210 I decided to focus on the scholar Jean Anyon. This scholar grabbed my attention because she focuses most of her work on Hidden Curriculum. From the first few lectures in ECS 210 it has been stressed that there are different approaches when using the curriculum. It has been […] Continue reading

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ECS 210 – Week 2

Article: https://drive.google.com/file/d/12yUit4yJm9nhWB_wYXGMTZNiCJumaT02/view This weeks article Curriculum theory and practice it talks about the spectrum about curriculum in schools. In the article, it talks about the four ways of approaching curriculum theory and practice. The four ways include: curriculum as a body of knowledge to be (transmitted), curriculum as an attempt to achieve certain ends in […] Continue reading

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EVIS 101 – Week 9

The Chained Fence As I was enjoying the nice calm weather outside, I came across this chained fence. While on my walk, I was listening to music with my earphones and feeling really relaxed from walking in the nice weather. Passing this fence it grabbed my attention from the shapes that are made in the […] Continue reading

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EVIS 101 – Week 8

Textured Blanket As I was sitting on my couch wrapped up in a fuzzy blanket, I came across something unique while sitting there. I came across the texture within the blanket and how it changes when move the fabric different directions. This caught my eye because I noticed the dimension that the blanket gave and […] Continue reading

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