Category Archives: ECS210

Active Citizens: Why Should We Care?

In my own schooling I don’t remember a lot that was taught about citizenship, but my experiences with external sources with the school helped dramatically. What I am referring to is mainly the field trips that I partook in throughout … Continue reading

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Math Might Not Always Make Sense

With Mathematics being my major in my degree, one may think that I strive in the field of mathematics and have a passion for it. However, it seems to be a different aspect in my own opinion due to my … Continue reading

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Treaty Education Help: Student Intern

Dear future educator,                 Although the purpose of treaty education is different in your perspective than it is in your placement, I applaud your thinking to ask for help. My only advice to you is to look back and wonder … Continue reading

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Teaching for Decolonization and Reinhabitation

List some of the ways that you see reinhabitation and decolonization happening throughout the narrative. How might you adapt these ideas to considering place in your own subject areas and teaching?   Brought together youth, elders, and the generation in-between, … Continue reading

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Curriculum development: Good or Bad

My thoughts on how the curriculum was made before research:  The way I think that the curriculum is developed is through a committee. This committee sits down and works together to come up with a curriculum that they think needs … Continue reading

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What does it mean to be a “Good Student”

Respond to the following prompt on your blog: 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 … Continue reading

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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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