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  • 1. Written assignment for Critical Issues inEducation: Keywords for differentperspectivesEPA4192March 2009
  • 2. Reminders use such keywords and terms to help and guide you to 1. Read the materials critically and analytically 2. Formulate and organize your arguments 3. Analyze the facts and evidences
  • 3. Policy implementation1. Policy making: the process of which a policy is made (e.g., consultation through different channels)2. Policy content (e.g., regulations, measures, strategies, recommendations)3. Policy implementation: How a policy is carried out4. Policy impact: how a policy affect the stakeholders. How such stakeholders perceive and respond to the policy
  • 4. Sociological perspective1. Marxist perspective (critical) ◦ Social polarization/division ◦ Social inequality ◦ Discrimination ◦ Social marginalization and exclusion  Rich VS poor  Powerful VS powerful  Vested interest/advantaged/privileged VS deprived/excluded1. Functional perspective (conformist) ◦ Efficiency ◦ Rationalize inequality: “Inequality cannot be avoided: Those who are being deprived should work harder to improve themselves, thereby gaining the status”
  • 5. Media perspective1. Perception2. Selection3. Interpretation (Refer to the material of Guidelines for Individual Presentation and Written Assignment)
  • 6. Teacher perspective Promote Teacher professionalism = teacher empowerment from personal to collective levels 1. Pedagogy and subject knowledge 2. Rights and interests (e.g., materials, employment) 3. Autonomy 4. Management and leadership with decision- making power 5. Free from government intervention and school authority’s suppression 6. Form an independent association (e.g., council) to regulate and manage themselves
  • 7. Teacher perspective Promote Teacher professionalism = teacher empowerment from personal to collective levels 1. Pedagogy and subject knowledge 2. Rights and interests (e.g., materials, employment) 3. Autonomy 4. Management and leadership with decision- making power 5. Free from government intervention and school authority’s suppression 6. Form an independent association (e.g., council) to regulate and manage themselves