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Emphasis on unpacking social justice issues as they relate to the foundations of education in this country and around the globe.

Hello 🙂 Here are the instructions for my paper.. FYI this is a Final Artifact Paper

Final Artifact parts/sections
-Abstract
250 words max, summary of the whole paper, includes elements of each section of paper
-Descriptive Narrative
-Analytical and Critical Reflection
-References
As a member of EDF 4604, students have been participating in Critical Dialogue throughout the semester, with an emphasis on unpacking social justice issues as they relate to the foundations of education in this country and around the globe. Students may choose to work in pairs or by themselves for this project. The critical dialogue portion of the artifact should be conducted separately, but the remainder of the paper can be completed in conjunction with another students. In order to complete the final artifact, students will complete the following:
1. Choose to work alone or in a pair
2. Choose a social justice issue/topic.

a. Multicultural & Social Reconstructionist Education‐‐and their 4 unique education practices (James Banks, Sonia Nieto, et.al.)

b. Critical Race Theory and Critical Pedagogy (Derrick Bell, Gloria Ladson Billings, Paulo Freire, D. Solorzano, et. al.)

c. Deficit Theories Vs. Theories of Education for Liberation (Curtis Acosta, Bell Hooks, Michele Foster, Michelle Fine, Vincent Harding, Joe Kincheloe & Shirley Steinbeck, Pauline Lipman, Charles Payne, J. Wynne, et. al.)

d. Hegemony in Education Vs. Democratic Education (John Dewey, Jonathan Kozol, Sonia Nieto, Bob Moses, Howard Zinn, et.al.)

e. Culturally Responsive Education (Lisa Delpit, Geneva Gay, Gloria Ladson Billings, Ana Maria Vallegas, et. al.)

f. Power & Privilege Vs. Education for Social Justice (Banks, Delpit, Asa G. Hilliard III, Hooks, Enid Lee, Joe Kincheloe & Shirley Steinbeck, Nieto, Wynne, et. al.)

g. Social Reproduction Theory & Cultural Capital (Pierre Bourdieu, Bowles and Gintis , et. al.)

h. Raising the Voices of Youth in Education (Acosta, Julio Cammaroto, Michelle Fine, www.edliberation.com, Vincent Harding, Maria Lovett, Bob Moses, Louie Rodriguez, Young People’s Project www.typp.org, Youth in Action, J. Wynne, et.al.)
3. Create a working descriptive bibliography. Identify scholars, articles, and/or studies related to your topic. The bibliography should follow the format that will be provided in the LibGuide http://libguides.fiu.edu/edf4604 You should have a minimum of 10 sources for your bibliography. You’ll need to identify sources for the following in your bibliography:

a. The nature of the issue. This is where you define the issue and its parameters. Be as specific as necessary to clearly articulate your topic and introduce the issue. (Rubric line 1)

b. The historical foundation, perspective, context of the issue. (Rubric lines 1, 2, & 6)

c. The contemporary/current context, perspectives, foundations of the issue (Rubric lines 1,
2, 3 & 7)

d. The variety of perspectives regarding the issue, including the nature and role of culture,
cultural groups, and individual cultural identities related to the issue. This section analyzing assumptions and positions theory and practice, with attention also being given to the impact of issues of global citizenship on local educational institutions. (Rubric Lines 3 & 5)

4. After you have conducted the research and read the Critical Dialogue outlines, conduct a Critical Dialogue with someone else on your social justice issue. The person can be someone you agree with or disagree with (as a general rule). After the Dialogue, Identify 3 areas that you found interesting in the dialogue. Any 3. Take notes about the dialogue, your reactions, and insights. These will be used in your final written paper.

5. Write your final paper. Your paper will be a combination of the description section and an Analytical and Critical Reflection. See the guidelines here to help: http://opened.uoguelph.ca/pdf/Critical%20Reflection.pdf
EDF 4604: GUIDELINES the FINAL ARITFACT PAPER and ANALYTICAL AND CRITICAL REFLECTIVE PAPER

After conducting research and holding a Critical Dialogue (see references) on a social justice issue of your choice, you will reflect upon the issue and findings of your dialogue. Your Analytical and Critical Reflection components will be as follows:

1. Cover Page

2. Abstract of essay: This is a summary paragraph which tells the reader the main themes of your essay.

3. The Following Sections (descriptive narrative)
a. The nature of the issue. This is where you define the issue and its parameters. Be as specific as necessary to clearly articulate your topic and introduce the issue. (Rubric line 1)
b. The historical foundation, perspective, context of the issue. (Rubric lines 1, 2, & 6)
c. The contemporary/current context, perspectives, foundations of the issue (Rubric lines 1, 2, 3 &7)

d. The variety of perspectives regarding the issue. This section analyzing assumptions and
positions. (Rubric Line 3)

e. The nature and role of culture, cultural groups, and individual cultural identities related to the
issue (Rubric line 5)

4. Analytical and Critical Reflection:
How did the Critical Dialogue impact your thinking?
What did you learn about your personal reactions/biases/issues/connections to the social justice issue? What has transformed in your assumptions to become more inclusive and integrative?,

How will you use the lessons you’ve learned in this course, specifically with regards to the social justice issue, to influence your teaching? How will you use this newly-formed knowledge to more appropriately inform future actions and practices?

5. Throughout the paper, make sure that you cite authors who have written about the issue you are describing. If you quote sentences or passages from those sources, make sure you include the page number where you found the quote. Use appropriate citing of sources within the paper. Make sure you consistently cite experts who can support any and all opinions that you mention in the paper. If your opinion cannot be found in research or scholarly works, then you must delete the opinion.

6. A reference Page. List every author cited within your paper with all of the publishing information. Use your annotative bibliography/RefWorks to aide you in this.

Optional:
Following the Critical Dialogue, record a video of your reflection addressing:
a. How did the Critical Dialogue impact your thinking?
b. What did you learn about your personal reactions/biases/issues/connections to the social
justice issue?
c. How will you use the lessons you’ve learned in this course, specifically with regards to
the social justice issue, to influence your teaching?
If you have any questions, please let me know! Thank you in advance!

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