Throughout the reading, I believe the most powerful aspect of reinhabitation and decolonization is through speaking with Elders who have life experience. What better way to reconnect with what is important, than to do so through the people who have experienced the things you are striving for. The article mentions how "connection to nature is … Continue reading Reinhabitation and Decolonization
Initially, I would have assumed that the government was pretty much the only group with hands all over the curriculum and who developed it. To me, I seen the curriculum as government policy, handed out to schools, while teachers and communities had little say about what was in the curriculum. I also seen it as … Continue reading Who makes the curriculum?
I graduated in 2004, with a class of 8. Of those 8, seven of us were boys. Everyone in our class were friends and for the most part we still are. That being said, we were a wild class. Us seven boys never stopped, never sat down, never stayed quite, and always pushed boundaries. We … Continue reading What’s a “good” student?