Theories of Curriculum and Pedagogy : An Exploration oF “Product”

Curriculum development from a traditionalist perspective is widely used across schools in Canada. The Smith articles examine methods for organizing schooling – these include both theories and practices. The dominant mode of managing education today is in the productive form – also defined as  “curriculum as a product.” -Smith, Curriculum Theory and Practice What is … Continue reading Theories of Curriculum and Pedagogy : An Exploration oF “Product”

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“I would rather be in Nature” – Challenging Common Sense Ideology

How does Kumashiro define common sense? Kumashiro notes that American teachers doing work in Vietnam were comforted and reassured from the beginning that because they already had a “common sense understanding of teaching” from their years of experiences in America, they already knew how to teach In Vietnam”. In fact, they struggled to adapt to … Continue reading “I would rather be in Nature” – Challenging Common Sense Ideology

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Final learning project#Week7

Spring Semester is going to close and this is week 7 of my final learning project! I am going to wrap up my driving learning project as I had such a great time during my journey of learning how to drive, exclusively I have found some informative online resources as I will share you as follows. This post is briefly dedicated to looking over every skill I accomplished, every challenges I faced and finally exciting opportunities I was given to…

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