Curriculum As Numeracy

Thinking back to my time learning mathematics in school, I can’t think of a specific time where I felt oppressed. The only thing I can remember is feeling overwhelmed by certain subjects like fractions and percentages in elementary school and calculus in high school. It was a helpless feeling, because I felt that these subjectsContinue reading “Curriculum As Numeracy”

Curriculum As Literacy

Growing up in Regina, I adopted a eurocentric view of the world. In elementary school, my class was comprised of mainly white Canadians. I grew up in a home where we didn’t have to worry about money and a lot of things came easily to me. My family is also very close and my parentsContinue reading “Curriculum As Literacy”

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