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Grizzlybear and Hogeboom

Grizzlybear and Hogeboom - Greta Streed Reading Response 5...

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Greta Streed Reading Response 5: Grizzlbear and Hogeboom Caught Between Two Worlds by medicine Grizzlybear was a very interesting piece that I really got a lot out of reading and agreed with a lot. I was at times upset with the reading because of how the education system was treating Wind Wolf. To say that he is “slow” because he is shy and quiet is an outrage. I was always quiet as a child and have only recently started to actively participate in class discussions, but no one ever labeled me slow for it. Grizzlybear really emphasized that there are multiple intelligences, which is a popular topic in psychology. The Indian culture Wind Wolf came from educated him as well as a Western education system they just geared it to their culture and lifestyle. Although we place the first learning emphasis on development of motor skills the Indian society Grizzlybear and Wind Wolf are from choose to restrict movement because they “believe it forces the child to first develop intuitive faculties, rational intellect, symbolic thinking and five senses”. I think the things that Wind Wolf was learning were way more impressive than what most kids learn in kindergarten. I went to a
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