Curriculum and Treaty Education

According to Levin, the school curricula is developed and implemented by many, many ‘experts’. These experts are government officials, textbook companies/regular companies and teachers. This surprised me because I feel like this a lot of people, especially people who aren’t in the classroom, to have a say in what our curriculum has become. This isContinue reading “Curriculum and Treaty Education”

What makes the “Good” student?

While reading Kumashiro, the definition of being a “good” student is outlined throughout. While there is no TRUE definition of being a good student, society thinks that school is able to produce the same type of student with whoever walks through the door. The article proves this to be true through the students N andContinue reading “What makes the “Good” student?”

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