Who Speaks for Justice

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  • The Blog is an extension of the readings/assignments from the course and the text, Who Speaks for Justice and other assigned readings/videos. You are expected to share information and ideas regarding the readings in the blog. The blog will remain open for follow-up and ideas throughout the semester. It is advised that you revisit as needed, as you may come across items of interest to share with your colleagues. Given that we are in a changing political and social landscape right now, I am sure much will arise for you to share.
  • The blog is a place to carry out discussion, share thoughts and ideas, connect ideas, read and connect with classmates. On the blog, your post may be a simple or complex. There is no right or wrong way to respond to the readings/videos. However you choose to post, be sure to include an explanation as to why you are posting your item and how it connects. Below are items you may want to include in your blog posts:
    • Clearly worded response to the ideas in the readings
    • Videos about the reading topics
    • Articles about the reading topics
    • Art/creative works about the reading topics
    • Poetry about the reading topics
    • Personal video reactions to the reading topics
    SECOND ASSIGNMENT
  • Read Part 3 of Who Speaks for Justice: “The spirit of agency”, pgs. 77-138 As you read, make notes about your reactions, assumptions, implications, arguments, questions (see prompts in instructions). The idea of personal responses are to engage in thoughtful internal dialogue about the idea of global issues and education. You should attempt, in your understanding of the readings to get “underneath” what you read in order to understand the social, political, and cultural underpinnings of the issues. Reading critically involves more than understanding the words or liking or disliking the texts; critical reading requires reflection.Some prompts are helpful for how you should approach these assignments. As you consider your reflections, think about these questions: (a) what are the texts’ assumptions about the phenomena being discussed? (b) What are the implications of the assumptions and/or the arguments? (c) What is at stake in the arguments of the texts for the authors and for you? (d) Who (or what) are the authors arguing for or against? (e) How do the authors construct and articulate their arguments? (f) How do the texts “fit” (or not fit) in relation to your own thought and practice? (g) What questions did you find yourself asking after doing the reading? Please do not simply summarize the readings.Write your critical response connecting the content from the text with your responses to the prompts.Your response should be written in a narrative form that is evident of engaging with the content and reflection.

Tutor Answer

sirlucky
School: Cornell University

Here is the final draft. Kindly tell me if there is anything you may want me to add. i personally appreciate your support in directing me all through this project.

A change agent is an individual or group of people with the purpose of initiating and managing
change. To be great change agents, one must manage resistance (the natural part of
the change process) and they should begin by acknowledging and understanding the resistance.
They also require good listening skills and a lot of empathy. The Change agents must also be
able to put themselves in the shoes of the people affected by the very same change they fight for.
Since time immemorial, teachers have been inspiring and leading change effectively as they
prepare and inspire learners for the enormous challenges that face them in their future. The
Lisbon goals, for example, have names teachers and education as the greatest two foundations of
coherent and prosperous society, and I conquer with them. Indeed teachers inspire and lead
change. Societal and political expectations are high, and all of them lie on the small shoulders of
teachers since they are the ones who have to integrate all the aims of the nation into the daily
practice of the growing citizens.
Due to its crucial role, education expectations are also high all the way from improving general
educational outcomes, dealing with the segregation and migration, reducing early school dropout
rates to creating continuity in student pathways, the education segment keeps holding the beams
together. But why should one become a teache...

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Anonymous
Good stuff. Would use again.

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