Category Archives: Professional Interests

Teaching Intersectionality of Race and Gender in ELA A30

As I mentioned in my previous post, teaching with a Social Justice pedagogy is important to me. During my Internship, I had the opportunity to teach a sub-unit on First Nations peoples, specifically on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. We … Continue reading

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Midterm Reflective Assignment Part 2: Question #3 (ECS 200)

Nicki Bannerman ECS 200 Jenn deLugt February 26, 2013 Midterm Reflective Assignment Part 2: Question #3 Canadian schools face many issues that make it difficult for students to learn. Schooling is about more than education; it addresses many social issues. … Continue reading

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Part 1: Community-Based Service Learning Reflection (ECS 200)

Nicki Bannerman ECS 200 Jenn deLugt February 26, 2013 Part 1: Community-Based Service Learning Reflection My volunteer time for Community-Based Service at Planned Parenthood has caused me to recognize several themes and issues discussed in our lecture and reading materials. … Continue reading

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Seeing Whiteness: A Look at “Heartland”

The following is a PowerPoint Presentation that I prepared for my ECS 110 course. The object was to choose a TV show, movie, book or other piece of media originating within Canada and describe the areas where the White perspective … Continue reading

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Community Based Learning Service with Planned Parenthood Regina

  What is the agency? What is its mandate/purpose/mission? I did my Community Based Learning Service with the agency Planned Parenthood Regina. The purpose of Planned Parenthood Regina is to increase knowledge about safe sexual health, provide medical services for … Continue reading

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Part II Assignment In Class – Essay on Oppression

Nicki Bannerman Dr. S. Pete ECS 110 October 4, 2012 Part II Assignment In Class There are many ways a person can be oppressed, and most often, the reason a person is oppressed is that he or she is different. … Continue reading

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Teachers Are Students Too (Final Assignment)

Nicki Bannerman Dr. S. Pete ECS 110 December 4, 2012 Teachers Are Students Too I have learned many things from this course, both about myself and about people who are different than I am because of race, class, gender, sexual … Continue reading

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“The Hindu Woman’s Question” Article Summary Notes

Nicki Bannerman ECS 110 Dr. S. Pete October 16, 2012 “The Hindu Woman’s Question” Article Summary Notes This article discusses Asian men and women immigrating into Canada, beginning in the 1850’s, and concluding in the 1920’s. At the time, Canada … Continue reading

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Finding Beauty in Reality Television Through Cosmetic Surgery (Reflection)

Nicki Bannerman Dr. S. Pete ECS 110-011 September 18, 2012 Finding Beauty in Reality Television Through Cosmetic Surgery Alice Marwick’s article titled “There’s a Beautiful Girl Under All of This: Performing Hegemonic Femininity in Reality Television” leaves a reader feeling … Continue reading

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The Search for Gender Equity (Response Paper)

Nicki Bannerman Dr. S. Pete ECS 110 November 27, 2012 The Search for Gender Equity Amanda Keddie and Martin Mills wrote an article in 2007 that discussed concerns about teaching gender equity to students, titled “Teaching for Gender Justice.” I … Continue reading

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