Monthly Archives: September 2018

ECS 210-Blog Post 3: Self-discovery

As I continue to educate myself with the Saskatchewan curriculum, I came across a quote from an education philosopher by the name of Maxine Greene. Greene states that “Part of teaching is helping people create themselves” and I couldn’t agree … Continue reading

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ECS 210: Blog Post 2

The Tyler Rationale is put into 4 different questions when considering curriculum for students. What educational purposes should the school seek to attain? What educational experiences can be provided that are likely to attain these purposes? How can these educational … Continue reading

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ECS 210: Blog Post 1

After reading kumashiro’s article on common sense, I understood common sense as how teachers overlook the concept of teaching. I have my own opinions on what good teaching looks like, however, someone else’s opinion may be completely different. Our common … Continue reading

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