BC: The End
FC: What I have learned... What I will Remember.... | Ashley Dyer
1: Throughout this course, I have not only learned about the lives and perspectives of others but I have also learned a little more about myself
2: The stories of both Helen Betty Osborne and J.J Harper touched a deep level of my soul. I will forever remember their stories and share them with the world.
5: Elders fill more than one significant role in our students' learning. They are not only teachers, role models and problem solvers but they are also a gateway to the past. I found Kevin to be the most influential Elder. What I will remember most about him was his beautiful artifacts and his humorous demeanor.
6: Banks has encouraged me to attain to the highest degree of Multi-Cultural Education
7: 1. Contributions 2. Additive 3. Transformative 4.SOCIAL ACTION!
8: Although this was not part of our course studies, it had a significant impact on me. I stumbled upon it when researching resources. I hope to initiate a heart-lifting program such as this as a teacher.
9: Carving Cultural Connections
10: RESPECT | RECIPROCITY
11: RESPONSIBILITY | REVELANCE
12: Dancing with Dependency provided an intelligent and insightful perspective on the vicious cycle of dependency along with the welfare trap
13: Helin also instills urgency in his readers to find ways to encourage Aboriginals to seek self-dependency and self-reliance
14: Aboriginal people believe that the power of the world works in circles
15: It is a symbol of equity where no person is elevated over another