First Nations, Metis, Inuit Stereotypes in our Media

    Who’s voices matter in our Canadian Society? Who’s voices matter in education systems? The image you have of First Nations, Metis, & Inuit peoples has been impacted by many forms of media, government, society. If you truly consider someone to be an equal, then you cannot think of them as inferior and yourselfContinue reading “First Nations, Metis, Inuit Stereotypes in our Media”

First Nations, Metis and Inuit Stereotypes in Media: Part I

Impressions learned in early childhood can last a lifetime. Which is why stereotypes perpetuated in the media surrounding First Nations, Metis, & Inuit students are damaging. Books in particular invite students, and all people, to learn more about themselves, and the world around them. Therefore, it is important to ensure that all books and mediaContinue reading “First Nations, Metis and Inuit Stereotypes in Media: Part I”

Cognitive Science: How thoughts and behaviours impact achievement and success in Education

Cognitive Science is a valid, quantifiable field that is able to help us understand a wide range of issues as they pertain to Education and Learning. The research behind Cognition has been focussed on how we think and the way we learn, and more specifically on the systematic biases in of the schemas that we hold about theContinue reading “Cognitive Science: How thoughts and behaviours impact achievement and success in Education”

Who is Tracking You on the Internet?

  Internet Privacy & Behavioural Tracking I just watched a very imformative TED talks video by Gary Kovacs on ‘Tracking the Trackers, and have been introduced to ‘Behavioural Tracking’ on the Internet. I have downloaded the Collusion add-on to be used only in Firefox, and have just had my eyes open to just how ourContinue reading “Who is Tracking You on the Internet?”