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Home » Newswire » Made-in-Nunavut curriculum shouldn’t have been phased out, says retired educator – CBC
by ahnationtalk on June 15, 201759 Views
Shirley Tagalik says many traditional-knowledge-based education materials are no longer used
Jun 15, 2017
Nunavut’s focus on test scores runs counter to traditional practices, says a former curriculum designer.
Shirley Tagalik spent 10 years as a manager in the territory’s curriculum and schools services division, working “flat out” with her team in Arviat developing made-in-Nunavut materials.
She retired from the role and now she says, much of what her team created isn’t used, despite it being, she says, a better direction for the territory.
Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/arviat-education-shirley-tagalik-1.4160986
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