SOCIAL STUDIES FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE! *REFLECTION #5

This response is a reflection to the article A Study of Aboriginal Teachers’ Professional Knowledge and Experience in Canadian Schools St. Denis, 2010. Pp. 41-48, 63-69. Reflect on these aboriginal teachers experiences, both difficult and supportive. Talk about your reactions to this knowledge and reflect upon the role you can play in schools as a colleague and … Continue reading SOCIAL STUDIES FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE! *REFLECTION #5

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SOCIAL STUDIES FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE ! *REFLECTION #3

This response is a reflection to the article Locating Citizenship: Curriculum, Social Class, and the ‘Good’ Citizen by Tupper, Capello, and Sevigny (2010). This article brings to light and challenges the discourse of universal citizenship in the officially sanctioned Saskatchewan Social Studies curricula. Discuss this and reflect on what meaning this may have for how … Continue reading SOCIAL STUDIES FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE ! *REFLECTION #3

Social Studies for Social Justice! *Reflection #1

Reflection on the text, "Social Studies for Social Justice: Teaching strategies for the elementary classroom" by Rahima C. Wade. Chapter 3: Creating a Socially Just Classroom Community Develop a plan for creating a socially just classroom community at the beginning of the school year for a grade level of your choice. Consider room arrangement, development … Continue reading Social Studies for Social Justice! *Reflection #1