ECS 203: Summary of Learning – Final Blog Post and Video

Evolution of understanding: Curriculum and Pedagogy Realizing how much education has changed over the years Acknowledging and celebrating positive change and growth Being a forward-thinker and anticipating and propelling movements for socially justice oriented social change My approach to curriculum and pedagogy Indigenous Education and Indigenous Pedagogy Nature Based Curriculum Social Justice Oriented Education Approach … Continue reading ECS 203: Summary of Learning – Final Blog Post and Video

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Queer Pedagogy: Space for Growth, Learning and Discussion

Learning about and implementing Queer Pedagogy is a necessary part of Education work. For our class learning process, we read several articles. We also had some really important discussions. Our class asked: “At what age should we start teaching about using pronouns?” The class had various thoughts about this. “The sooner in life the better.” … Continue reading Queer Pedagogy: Space for Growth, Learning and Discussion

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Field Placement Resources

In my field placement I was exposed to a lot of new resources. I learned about a lot of new resources that I would like and will using in my own classroom in the future. The first main resource I learned about in my placement was seesaw it is great resource for connecting home and […]

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ECS 303

For my Pre-Intership I was placed in a grade 1/2 classroom in a kindergarten to grade 8 community school. This school provided me with a lot of learning opportunities and new experiences cause it is much different than the school I attended as a kid. In the first section of my Pre-Intership I got to […]

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Pre-Intern Reflection

This year I got the opportunity to be placed in a grade 1/2 classroom in the heart of regina. This classroom is very different from the school I attended as a student, which means there is a lot of potential for me to learn. Week One- Informal Introduction Activity – Co- teaching On our very […]

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Reflection on Literacy in my schooling – from a critical social justice perspective

In Chapter 7, Examples from English Literature, Against Common Sense, the following ideas are presented: The selection of literature presented to students over the course of their education can have a massive influence on their understanding of the world and society The questions we ask; the way we ask those questions; significantly impact our students … Continue reading Reflection on Literacy in my schooling – from a critical social justice perspective

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