So for my learning project, I have decided to learn to play acoustic guitar. While I did bass guitar lessons in elementary school and learned some acoustic cords in grade nine music class, but I do not remember any of it! I know how to read the treble clef from my six years of elementary and … Continue reading #LearningProject: What Am I Going to Do?
Hey guys! My name is Brianna Gelowitz. I just finished my first year of Secondary education with a major in Social Studies and a minor in English. When I am not at school, typically, I am working at my part-time job at a daycare in Regina or my private tutoring contract. During the summers, I … Continue reading Just a Little About Me
Parker J. Palmer’s “The Heart of a Teacher” examines the concepts of identity and integrity, as well as the central role they play in our jobs as teachers. He explains that “we teach who we are … and knowing [oneself] is as crucial to good teaching as knowing [your] students and [your] subject” and that … Continue reading “The Heart of a Teacher” Reading Reflection
Nadia McLaren begins her documentary with a memory of her childhood, in which barely being able to see over the edge of the kitchen table she listened to her Granny recount the events of her childhood in a residential school. Similarly, I have a memory like this, except instead of talking about residential schools, my … Continue reading Muffins for Granny Documentary Response
Hi, my name is Brianna Rose Gelowitz! I was born and raised in the breathtaking province of Saskatchewan. Raised in the city of Regina, I spent the summers of my youth camping and exploring this beautiful province with my parents, brother, and sister, which instilled a deep appreciation for the natural beauty, differing landscapes, and … Continue reading All About Brianna