Monthly Archives: November 2017

Place Sitting On the West Coast: EOE Blog Post 8

This week I only attended 1 of 2 classes because I was traveling to Victoria for a swim meet, so I thought I would spend this week’s post talking about my place sitting.  As I happened to be in Victoria … Continue reading

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ECS 200 Course Conclusions: The Final Goodbye

As December quickly sneaks upon us, I am glad to see this class come to an end but at the same time, it’s hard to say goodbye. Throughout these 13 weeks, I have learned countless of knew things that will … Continue reading

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EOE Residential Indian Industrial School Burial Site Blog Post

On our way to the Regina Indian Industrial School burial site on Pinky road, we entered my car knowing of the gloomy weather that was to be. The winds were gusting at around 60 km/h and on our way to … Continue reading

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Inclusive Education ECS 200 Weekly Blog Post 12

Dan Habib pointed out the fact that when we look back at our schooling majority of us claimed that the social aspect of school was what impacted us the most. However, the interesting fact about this tally is how even … Continue reading

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EOE 224 Blog Post 6

Over the weekend I was in Vancouver for a varsity competition and the mild weather over there made me forget the Saskatchewan cold. During class on Tuesday however, I was prepared for the -20 weather we were going to have … Continue reading

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‘The Secret Path’ ECS 200 Blog Post Week 11

Gord Downie’s Secret Path is not only an album about Chanie Wenjack’s life but also illustrates every song in a visual context. As a visual and auditory learner, I really enjoyed how Gord represented this story through his music and … Continue reading

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ECS 200 Weekly Blog Post: Week 10

The first statement that really grabbed my attention was how 30% of suicides are committed by teens that are part of the LGBTQ community. It’s a hard subject for most people to not only talk about but to deal with … Continue reading

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