Author: Gledi Toci

Hip-Hop in the Curriculum

After reading “Critical Hip Hop Pedagogy as a Form of LiberatoryPraxis” by A. A. Akom, I could not agree anymore with the impact hip-hop could have in a classroom. I have been listening to hip-hop/rap for almost my whole life. I had always enjoyed listening to hip-hop/rap because obviously it was catchy and had good…

By Gledi Toci October 19, 2021 1

Curriculums

The curriculum has always been something difficult to get right. These outcomes and indicators build our future generation’s knowledge and beliefs. However, the curriculum can feel exclusive for some people in regards to their race, culture, gender, sex, disability, and much more. Therefore the question of ‘How do we get it right?’ rises. Well, the…

By Gledi Toci October 4, 2021 3

How Strictly Should We Follow The Curriculum?

Tyler’s rationale looks at the curriculum as a product, or as I like to call it traditional learning. This type of learning is very common in many countries, and similar to what I experienced in Albania and for most of my schooling in Canada. When looking at the curriculum as a product, it becomes very…

By Gledi Toci September 12, 2021 0

What Is Commonsense?

Commonsense is something that is with us every day no matter the situation. Our educational commonsense is embedded in our heads and something we do not question or even think about. As explored in the article from Kamishiro, commonsense will be different everywhere you go. We become so accustomed to the commonsense from our country…

By Gledi Toci September 1, 2021 0