Written assignment for Critical Issues inEducation: Keywords for differentperspectivesEPA4192March 2009
Reminders   use such keywords and terms to help    and guide you to    1. Read the materials critically and       analyti...
Policy implementation1. Policy making: the process of which a   policy is made (e.g., consultation   through different cha...
Sociological perspective1.       Marxist perspective (critical)     ◦   Social polarization/division     ◦   Social inequa...
Media perspective1. Perception2. Selection3. Interpretation (Refer to the material of Guidelines   for Individual Present...
Teacher perspective   Promote Teacher professionalism = teacher    empowerment from personal to collective    levels    1...
Teacher perspective   Promote Teacher professionalism = teacher    empowerment from personal to collective    levels    1...
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Written assignment for Critical Issues in Education: Keywords for different perspectives

  1. 1. Written assignment for Critical Issues inEducation: Keywords for differentperspectivesEPA4192March 2009
  2. 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. 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. 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. 5. Media perspective1. Perception2. Selection3. Interpretation (Refer to the material of Guidelines for Individual Presentation and Written Assignment)
  6. 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. 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

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