Opinion: Opinions

A friend alerted me today to another social media drama post. In this post, a student at the University of Regina was discussing the lack of balance in the education program. She was under the opinion that the university focused too much on the theoretical aspects of anti-oppressive education and not enough on the practical … Continue reading Opinion: Opinions

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150 Project Progress

Although I didn't end up publishing anything throughout the year, I did work on my goal of Indigenizing my teaching. I based my goals off of this list of Acts of Reconciliation. Although this is not a list to be checked off, I have only included the items that I actually completed (not the ones I … Continue reading 150 Project Progress

Tapped Out: When Social Media Isn’t Enough

Today, I logged into my Facebook to see more about the Black Lives Matter movement alongside the news of another fatal shooting. Someone had also shared Dr. Marc Spooner's post that comments on John Gormley's "Gormley: Tapping-Out on the culture activism". I wholeheartedly agree with what Dr. Marc Spooner has to say and, as an educator in … Continue reading Tapped Out: When Social Media Isn’t Enough