A major concern I have in my future classroom is dealing with gender and breaking free of biases. Unknowingly we will often treat girls and boys different, and in reality, there should be no difference. We should be trying to treat our students equitably regardless of gender. I remember in my classroom being treated different… Continue reading Gender in the Classroom
Even though I am white the importance of myself learning about treaty education is invaluable. Even though I am white it does not mean I should not be informed with accurate knowledge of our country's history. We live in a culture of white supremacy and in order for people to heal we need to recognize… Continue reading We Are All Treaty People: What Does this Mean?
Bringing decolonization into the classroom is something I have struggled with, and I am not sure how to properly do that. In the reading some projects students do are canoeing, radio documentaries, and bring both Elders and the youth together. All of these projects are awesome ways at bringing decolonization in to the classroom, but… Continue reading Decolonization
Curriculum has shaped me to be the teacher I am today in multiple ways. When looking back at my own schooling experience I remember both the positive and negative experiences I have had in the classroom. The positive experiences I had were with teachers who were passionate and made the material interesting to learn. These… Continue reading How has Curriculum Shaped Me?