Response to the Intern

It is important to teach Treaty education to our students because it is part of reconciliation with the First Nations people. There are things in the past that First Nations people went through that can be viewed as unforgivable such as residential schools, being stripped of there cultures, from their families, having there land/homes taken … Continue reading Response to the Intern

The Curriculum and Treaty Education

1.According to Levin's article he states that the government and politics have control over the educational system. They get to decide what is to be taught, how it will be taught and to who it will be taught too. "Policies govern just about every aspect of education—what schooling is provided, how, to whom, in what … Continue reading The Curriculum and Treaty Education

Curriculum Theory and Practice

There are four models of curriculum and ways of approaching curriculum theory and practice. The first is "curriculum as a syllabus to be transmitted". the benefits to this model is a syllabus provides structure for students, they know when things are due, the expectations of the class. They get a look into future projects and … Continue reading Curriculum Theory and Practice