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Decolonizing History Curriculum for Children

Decolonizing History Curriculum for Children

A recent concept that has garnered much attention from educators, activists, and youth is decolonizing history. According to Meera Sabaratnam, chair of the Decolonising SOAS Working Group and a senior lecturer in international relations at SOAS University of London, the campaign to decolonise history calls for a greater representation of non-European thinkers, as well asRead more about Decolonizing History Curriculum for Children[…]

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The challenges of e-learning

The challenges of e-learning

Right now, in Canada, I am fortunate enough to receive a high-quality education. In-fact Canada, for the most part, has a reputation for consistently providing education to citizens, but in this time of confusion surrounding COVID-19, this education is placed in jeopardy. Canada’s Response: e-learning. This is the practice of teaching and learning digitally oftenRead more about The challenges of e-learning[…]

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Issues Facing the Rights of Children in T&T

Issues Facing the Rights of Children in T&T

Issues Facing the Rights of Children in T&T   In Article 29 under The Convention of the Rights of a Child it states that a child is entitled to the right of “Goals of Education”. In this article it also goes on to say that a child’s education should “develop each child’s personality, talents andRead more about Issues Facing the Rights of Children in T&T[…]