The article described curriculum as what the students are expected to know and do. School curriculum is developed in a very similar way to political views which can bring an abundance of pros and cons. Decisions are made usually by higher authority figures and are not always given public exposure. Policies that are produced do… Read moreRead More Blog 6 – Levin and Treaty Ed.
There were many examples of reinhabitation and colonization throughout Learning from Place: A Return to Traditional Mushkegowuk Ways of Knowing. The audio documentary extracted from the 10 day river trip with elders and youth focused heavily on the relationship with the river, land, and the people. Reinhabitation and decolonization were demonstrated by using traditional Cree… Read moreRead More Learning from Place
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