Reading Response #5: The Importance of Treaty Education in Canadian Schools

After reading the letter I was surprised that there were still have some schools that did not see Treaty education as an important part in the curriculum. The staffs in the school saw that there were only a few indigenous students in the whole school, so they did not treat Treaty Education as important as … Continue reading Reading Response #5: The Importance of Treaty Education in Canadian Schools

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Reading Response #4: Learning From Place

The reinhabitation and decolonization: The audio documentary project promotes the involvement of youth, adult and elder in social culture and economic perspectives of the Kistachowan (Albany) River. The reinhabitations and decolonizations are included in recovering and renewing traditional cultural patterns. First, reinhabitation, it means that how people and the earth live in harmony. The article … Continue reading Reading Response #4: Learning From Place

Reading Response #3: Good Students, Bad Students and the Commonsense

1. What does it mean to be a "good" student according to the commonsense? In common sense, a “good” student needs to: listen to and follow whatever the teachers say (everything the teachers teach is correct), finish assignments on times, get high marks on exams and report cards, behave in the “right way” and become … Continue reading Reading Response #3: Good Students, Bad Students and the Commonsense

ECS210 Assignment #1 Topic Sex Education and Curriculum

For my critical reading assignment, I chose to do research on sex education and the curriculum. Sex education seems like a taboo topic in the schools (primary, middle and secondary schools), many teachers and students usually avoid talking about sex in the classroom discussions. If sex education is not taught to the students, then students … Continue reading ECS210 Assignment #1 Topic Sex Education and Curriculum

Reading Response 2: Curriculum Theory Practice

The four models of curriculum described are curriculum as a body of knowledge to be transmitted, curriculum as an attempt to achieve certain ends in student-product, curriculum as process, curriculum as praxis. In the model of curriculum as a body of knowledge to be transmitted, the benefit of it is……, the drawback of it is … Continue reading Reading Response 2: Curriculum Theory Practice

Final Project: ECS110 Learning Journey

Hello everyone, this is the video of my ECS110 final project. https://youtu.be/IAsfJxH66TU Thanks for watching! Work Cited Sensoy, O., & DiAngelo, R. (2012). Is Everyone Really Equal?: An Introduction to Key Concepts in Social Justice Education. New York, United States of America: Teachers College Press. Hildebrandt, Katia. “ECS110 Fall 2018 September 26.” YouTube, YouTube, 26 … Continue reading Final Project: ECS110 Learning Journey