Connecting Worldview to Story – Fostering Indigenous Perspectives in Language

This is the third post in a series describing my attempt to prioritize Indigenous Perspectives as I, a non-Indigenous teacher, reframe teaching and learning in my grades 7 and 8 Language/History/Geography classes. Today, I really

Reframing ‘Story’ in 7/8: Indigenous Perspectives

Last week, after exploring our mental models of Canada and considering why Indigneous knowledge doesn’t appear on those maps, we took time to honour Orange Shirt Day. I would like to express deep gratitude to

It’s in no one’s interest for governments to fail.

‘Many forms of Government have been tried, and will be tried in this world of sin and woe. No one pretends that democracy is perfect or all-wise. Indeed it has been said that democracy is

Forays into complexity theory with students at the centre of data actions and decisions.

A constant education question for over 100 years has been: What are the knowledge, skills, and dispositions students need in an age of rapid technological, environmental, social, and political change and where the future of