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social foundations of ed- group 4 facilitator #1

social foundations of ed- group 4 facilitator #1 - Susan...

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Susan Martinez September 30, 2011 Social Foundations of Education Group 4 Facilitators When it came to planning the course of discussion this week, Jeremy and I equally contributed. We met after class on Monday and invested a decent amount of time on how to structure the discussion and what to focus on. Given that we didn’t get to the Kozol reading in class on Monday, we focused the discussion around that text and its basic themes in reference to segregation in race and class at schools, as well as, educational styles in reform, such as the Skinnerian and Taylorism approach. I feel as though Jeremy and I worked great together, and we equally added to the discussion by either complicating ideas or relating the conversation back to the main principles of the text. Our discussion began with an icebreaker; how segregated/diverse was your school? The icebreaker was intended to give the group an idea of each of our backgrounds in terms of what we’ve been exposed to racially and how this impacted their education. After bringing our past
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