Introduction: I live in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan and I have many places where I could do an observation, places like schools, daycares, restaurants, coffee shops, mall etc. I choose to do my observation at a local licensed daycare on Friday, February 9th. The reason why I chose a daycare instead of something more public like the mall was because the profession I’m working towards works with small children so it would be more beneficial for me to learn from a daycare. Key to abbreviations: FD - Female Director FOF – Faculty One Female FTF – Faculty Two Female BO – Boy One BT – Boy Two GO – Girl One GT- Girl Two Observation: On Friday, February 9th I arrived at the daycare at 9:35 and was greeted by the FD. The FD introduced me to some of the faculty members FOF and FTF, FTF had given me a tour of the room that I would be observing.
After hours, the buildings are used as community centers to help adults with parenting or life skills. The buildings are used for sports or martial arts classes (Canada is a sixth degree black belt in tae kwon do and continues to teach his own classes). These schools and centers have come out of an understanding that Canada and his staff, “have realized that you cannot save children without saving families, and you cannot save families without rebuilding communities” (Canada, 2010, ch. 20 para. 3).
With this in mind, these Indigenous individuals and community leaders are suggesting this story is an accurate representation of their history. In addition this story has been taken up by multiple platforms, including twitter. Several teachers have come forward on twitter claiming to use The Secret Path in their lesson plans. @MrsMievresClass tweeted, “The Secret Path makes reconciliation real for Pilot Butte students,” the tweet includes a picture of young students holding up drawings related to Wenjack’s plight. While @cheranpete stated that “[his] class has been walking in memory of #ChanieWenjack We will not forget, we will do better.” @cheranpete’s tweet also includes a screenshot of The Secret Path, with a number of boots placed along side Chanie on the railway
Speaking English becomes one of substantial ability for people nowadays that can be one of causes I have studied in Canada. People are exposed many field where they should use English language when people are surfing internet, reading original major program books even meeting foreign people in work places. These reasons are that why I have learned English since elemental school student in Korea; nevertheless, my English ability was struggled. Since, they taught to focus on only English grammar not practical speaking. Consequently, I decided to come to Canada.
Message stick-strong and smart The video 'Message stick-strong and smart ' provides ample examples of best practice tha could be adopted for the benefit of student community, especially the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. This is evident from the video that shows the turnaround of Cherbourg State school 's fortune since the arrival of the dynamic new teaching staff lead by Chris Sarra, the school 's first Aboriginal Principal (Ref). Chris has addressed the students,taken effort to convince them that it was not a normal thing to fail, and no one including prents and elders in the community would accept it. Chris has chosen a student for 'Principal award ' sat close to him, around him, explaining the reason that he was
I conducted my interview with Michelle of Postlethwait Middle School she is the Achievement Liaison teacher. Michelle’s primary focus is dealing with assisting parent engagement, student achievement, and teacher quality. She began with Postlethwait Middle School in 2006 teaching eight grade English. Michelle has taught for 15 years and started her career in 1994 teaching seventh grade English at Caesar Rodney Junior High School. Although she incorporates mentoring in her coaching, she most closely follows the model of peer coaching.
I chose to do a interview with my Polish neighbor, Kristine Nowak. She is currently a teacher and every friday and saturday she goes to St. Frances de Chantal church in order to educate Polish-American students in Polish language, history, and geography along with other teachers. I myself have attended the school since 2007 and continue to today. The best part of her being my teacher is that she is a primary source and gives a good look at the history of Poland before I was born. Therefore she was my best choice for this interview.
Throughout school, kids have asked me to escort them to their classes, sit with them at lunch, and generally stick up for them when they were in a tough spot. In high school, I volunteer to run passes for the Dean so I learn about who is having a tough time and I seek them out if I can, and encourage them. As a hockey camp counselor, teaching hockey skills is important, but I am also aware of the campers’ social and emotional development. I have always found that people who are having trouble seem to gravitate towards me. They see me as a gentle giant that will look out for them.
Introduction During the year’s children and youth were sent to residential schools in Canada they were treated in such a way that their cognitive and socio-emotional development developed differently then those of a child or youth who did not attend these schools at the time. Students were shaped into what the government thought of as the perfect Canadian. During the time that the youth were at residential schools their identity, was taken away which shaped their ability to learn cognitively and emotionally. It is important to note that the topic of residential school impact is a large area and there needs to be a focus. Youth were meet with grief, loss and risk but also with resilience as they develop out of the school system and learn to
In my hometown I worked as a tutor for elementary students. I taught first and second graders how to read and expanded their vocabulary words and introducing new ones to them. I enjoy working with children. I help my brothers with their homework and to help them have a better understanding on the concept they just