Reflection #9- Curriculum as Literacy

My memories of high school math are seldom revisited due to my poor performance in the subject. All kidding aside, I would have to say that while my experiences in math class were far from oppressive, they may have been discriminatory in the sense that the only accepted form of mathematics was the Western way.... Continue Reading →

Reflection #8- Curriculum and Treaty Education

According to the Levin Article, school curricula are developed by a surprisingly large and diverse group of people, ranging from academics, to teachers and business representatives. I found this to be a very strange fact, as I would've expected academics and teachers to be the ones to develop our provinces curricula since they are the... Continue Reading →

Reflection #2-The Many Faces of Curriculum

Although Curriculum is only a single word, its surprising how many different ways the concept of what curriculum actually is can be explained. Often, the meaning is defined by teachers individually depending on their preferred teaching styles, culminating in many different interpretations of the curriculum. Within Smith’s article “Curriculum Theory and Practice”, the curriculum is... Continue Reading →

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