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  • Analyzing Being a Leader for Justice
  • Staff, today I want to discuss what it means to be an effective school leader and how being one can understand our students more.
  • You will split into small groups and work through a Jigsaw cooperatively to get more information on a specific area.
  • Group on Pedagogy of the Oppressed
  • How does Freire define Rules and how they are created?
  • The people who make the rules are called "Oppressors."
  • He also says that the people who follow the rules are considered "Oppressed."
  • Group on Pedagogy of the Oppressed
  • Teacher/ Student Relationship
  • The teacher/ student contradiction should be reconciled so that both parties are teachers and students.
  • Cooperation= Communication leading to gaining understanding. Freire, Paulo. (1970). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. (168). New York, New York. The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc.
  • Group on Pedagogy of the Oppressed
  • Critical Thinking
  • Dialogue is capable of creating critical thinking. Dialogue creates more situations to discuss that may be normally negated or curbed.
  • Freire, Paulo. (1970). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. (44). New York, New York. The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc. Freire, Paulo. (1970). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. (44). New York, New York. The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc.
  • Group on Pedagogy of the Oppressed
  • Theories of Cultural Action
  • Immense Human Activity in Social Justice leads to reflection and Action, while understanding new Theories and practices.
  • Freire, Paulo. (1970). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. (80). New York, New York. The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc. Freire, Paulo. (1970). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. (75). New York, New York. The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc.
  • Education is based off this act of "depositing." Or what Freire calls the banking system. Students learn from Teachers who "deposit" information.
  • Freire, Paulo. (1970). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. (87). New York, New York. The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc. Freire, Paulo. (1970). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. (96). New York, New York. The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc.
  • If there is no communication then there will be no education. Dialogue is directly related to "generative" themes.
  • Freire, Paulo. (1970). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. (125). New York, New York. The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc. Freire, Paulo. (1970). Pedagogy of the Oppressed. (146). New York, New York. The Continuum International Publishing Group Inc.
  • Good Revolutionary Leaders considers actions and reflections of others. Most importantly they do not treat the "oppressed" as their possession.
  • Group who watched "How Racist Are You?"
  • This experiment on judging people by the color of their eyes shows that racism is still a very common thing today.
  • The experiment isn't really about eye color. It's about acknowledging that if you are the majority, you don't know what it's like to be in the minority.
  • "How Racist Are You?" -The Racism Experiment by Jane Elliot.
  • Group who watched "Kids React to Gay Marriage."
  • At first the children react mostly negatively or confused., but when they were interviewed afterwards they didn't confirm their initial reactions.
  • Some children even referred the negativity to how Blacks have been treated in the past. One kid said "you can't choose how you were born" and made a reference about the color on one's eyes.
  • "Kids React to Gay Marriage."
  • Group who watched "I became a teacher to change the world."
  • "I became a teacher to change the world."
  • The main thing to take out of this video is that teachers need to have the willingness to change by showing emotion, teaching themselves, and creating a welcoming environment.
  • Many times teachers believe that behavior governs relationships. This movie shows that Relationships govern behavior. It's called Conscious Discipline.
  • Frankplads, C. (2013, June 23). How Racist Are You? [Video File]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MYHBrJIIFU
  • Group on "The Method of Analysis."
  • Understanding the movement of Social Justice through the ages.
  • The 1990s was an area of confusion where structures were created, but there was no support from leadership.
  • Fine Brothers Entertainment. (2013, November 3). "Kids React to Gay Marriage" [Video File]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TJxnYgP6D8
  • Group on "The Method of Analysis."
  • Understanding the movement of Social Justice through the ages.
  • The new phenomena addresses the need for inclusive education, and addressing social injustice head on.
  • Conscious Discipline. (2012, April 30). School Family: The Story of Fern Creek Elementary [Video File]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtmOEGxIvaI
  • Group who watched the "TED" Video
  • You are an advocate for raising self esteem, and improving academic achievement.
  • The 1980s: The Appearance of "Leadership" and "Gender". The Method of Analysis. 22-24. The 1990s: Initial Debates About Leadership and Social Issues. The Method of Analysis. 24-27.
  • In the 1980s the focus was on identifying educational inequality. Race and Gender started to take the forefront.
  • The 2000s: The Era of Moral Leadership and Justice. The Method of Analysis. 27-29. Leadership for Social Justice, Cultural Diversity. The Method of Analysis. 29-31.
  • The 2000s brought a change in leadership with a focus on Accountability, efficient, effectiveness, and the Moral Dimension.
  • Rita Pierson: Every kid needs a champion. (May 2013). TED. [Video File] Retrieved from https://www.ted.com/talks/rita_pierson_every_kid_needs_a_champion?language=en
  • "-18 sucks all the life outta ya. +2 aint all that bad."
  • Group on Newspaper Articles.
  • "VAM" is used in education to rate an educator based on student's test scores. This is the key component on how students should score on standardized tests.
  • A master teacher is suing the state of New York based on the State's grading standards for educators. The score he was projected to reach was impossible to obtain.
  • In Conclusion
  • In conclusion we have discussed many different topics in regards to Educational Leadership. We have looked at Movies, Books, and Journal Articles.
  • Strauss, Valerie. (August 2015) Controversial teacher evaluation method is on trial. The Washington Post Strauss, Valerie. (August 2015) Master teacher suing New York state over "ineffective" rating is going to court. The Washington Post
  • What we have discovered is that many times there has been attempts to change and improve, but so far no one thing has been truly successful.
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