Social justice and diversity advocacy are subjects that have proven to be sensitive over the years in most nations globally. A lot of movements have existed to fight for these two issues. Consequently, the education sector has provided units that enhance one’s understanding on the concept. Particularly, the EDU310 course has been significant in helping comprehend Social justice. I consider it the gateway to my comprehension of these educational theories.
These issues have increased our attention in understanding the development of race, ethnicity and culture. In addition, immigrants continue to shape our understanding on diversity by examining the acculturation to society and the diverse views that influences their families. Furthermore, the No Child Left behind Act influences the child development field by allowing states to develop standards that children must master at a specific age. The overall intent of this Act, focused on closing the achievement gap among
Retrieved from http://www.psysr.org/jsacp/ahmed-v3n1-11_17-28.pdf The article is based on the changing demographics and the needs for the need for the human services field to become more proficient as it relates to being multiculturally competent. The author presents several strategies to include awareness, knowledge and the skills domain which through development can increase competency levels. Information provided elicits the importance of social justice and advocacy within the realm of multicultural counseling. The author elaborates on the fact that there
We help to provide young students the foundation for their educational futures. In this paper, I will focus on comparing and contrasting two programs that stood out to me, the Emergent Curriculum and the Creative Curriculum. When you examine early childhood programs, you will find that there are many similarities and differences across the board, making each experience something a bit different and exciting in its own way. Curriculums Emergent Curriculum Emergent curriculum emerges out of the interests and experiences children have in their daily lives. Emergent curriculum is a great way you can plan a
Annotated bibliography Research topic: What are the advantages and disadvantages of using technology in the preschool classroom? Article 1#: Meaningful Connections-Using Technology in Primary Classrooms—By. Karen L. Murphy. Murphy, Karen. 2003.
On this statement, the multicultural education is very important in our country for us to be able to provide the educational equity and improve positive socialization behaviors to all international students who have different cultures. A lot of scholars have given definitions to the concept of multicultural education. For instance, Banks (1988) treated multicultural education as a kind of reflection on ideas for the purpose of enabling all students from different cultures and different ethnic group backgrounds to have access to equal educational opportunities and the same learning treatment from school and teachers. Multicultural education is a process of comprehensive school reform and basic education for all students. It challenges and rejects discrimination in schools and society.
Immigrant and refugee mothers’ experiences of the transition into childcare: a case study. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 23(5), 662-672. De Gioia, K. (2009). Parent and staff expectations for continuity of home practices in the child care setting for families with diverse cultural backgrounds. Australasian Journal of Early Childhood, 34(3),
Issues like the World War II, the Great Depression, the Civil Rights Movement, and 9-11 mold and shape leadership styles and generational perspectives of the people who experienced these great happenings. Important social occurrences help to shape a specific generation and how it thinks and behaves (Dittmann, 2007). Currently, work environments and most effective leadership styles require leaders and subordinates from these various generations to work closer and be more connected than ever before (Carucci &Epperson, 2011). Digital immigrants (veterans, babyboomers, and generation xers) across the board in various fields comprehend that their leadership should be based on legacy. In higher education, theses digital immigrant leaders believe that if they remain loyal to an organization or university, then eventually they will
Introduction Over the past year, I have learned a lot of valuable lessons in the VIC151 course. Not only did the course challenge me to question my previous beliefs on education, it also provided me the opportunity to expand my understanding of a number of interesting topics such as social justice education, mindfulness, holistic education, progressive education, and multicultural education. The following portfolio is an amalgamation of the various items I believe represent my experience in the VIC151 course. Philosophy of Teaching Critical Pedagogy A teacher’s individual philosophy of teaching is a powerful guiding force in the classroom. It shapes a teachers practices and influences all aspects of the classroom environment.
(2016). Evidence-based practices (part 1): Indentifying and selecting a practice or program. Retrieved from http://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/module/ebp_01/ Wong, C., Odom, S. L., Hume, K., Cox, A. W., Fettig, A., Kucharczyk, S., Brock, M. E., Plavnick, B. J., Fleury, V. P., & Schultz, T. R. (2014). Evidence-based practices for children, youth, and young adults with Autism spectrum disorder.