Influences that Make Curriculum

Part 1) According to Benjamin Levin, school curricula is developed and implemented by public policies. Public policy are the rules and procedures that governed a public sector, such as the education system (Levin 8). I have always known that the government has a large influence in developing and implementing curricula. If you think about it … Continue reading Influences that Make Curriculum

Reflecting on “Learning from Place: A Return to Traditional Mushkegowek Ways of Knowing”

In the article" Learning from Place: A Return to Traditional Mushkegowak Ways of Knowing" it records the research project on the Mushkegowek community's progress in decolonization. The Mushkegowek resist the effects of colonization by re-establishing their Indigenous identity by connecting with their traditional territory and building intergenerational relationships within their community. One of the ways … Continue reading Reflecting on “Learning from Place: A Return to Traditional Mushkegowek Ways of Knowing”

"Curriculum theory and practice"

Reading: “Curriculum theory and practice” by M.K. Smith.  Prompt: Think about: (a) The ways in which you may have experienced the Tyler rationale in your own schooling; (b) What are the major limitations of the Tyler rationale/what does it make impossible; and (c) What are some potential benefits/what is made possible. I have experienced the … Continue reading "Curriculum theory and practice"