Discuss Schooling Identity and Society

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POSTER: (800 – 1000 words plus graphics, diagrams, visual design elements)

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You will create a hard-copy poster that connects educational disadvantage with identity, schooling and society, drawing on two sociological factors presented throughout the course (SES, Indigeneity, religion, ethnicity/race, gender, sexuality, space and place). The primary consideration should be to effectively communicate the required levels of sociological understanding based on in-depth knowledge of course readings, lectures and other materials.

Posters will consist of visual (pictures, graphs, charts and diagrams as appropriate) and textual (written) information. Students will put the written component (800 1000 words plus references) of their poster through Turnitin. Posters will draw on the appropriate academic literature (including course readings) to demonstrate a clear and logical explanation of their two chosen sociological factors, and the intersection of these factors, as they connect to educational disadvantage. Poster will also draw on chosen factors to indicate connections between identity, schooling and society. Students will demonstrate their understanding by showing their poster and answering questions about their poster in their tutorials.

Students are assessed on their ability to communicate – visually and through written text:
the impact of their chosen sociological factors on educational disadvantage the dynamic resulting from the intersection of their chosen factors
to demonstrate a clear and coherent exposition of sociological knowledge and concepts relating to schooling, identity and society at an intermediate
level
their ability to design a poster with visual appeal and logical organization
and their ability to follow academic writing and referencing conventions.

Checklist for Poster Task
? My poster connects educational disadvantage with reference to two chosen sociological factors (SES, indigeneity, religion, race/ethnicity, gender, sexuality, space and place).
? My poster demonstrates the intersection of my two chosen sociological factors as this relates to educational disadvantage
? Drawing on my chosen factors, my poster shows the connections between schooling, society and identity.
? My poster is designed for visual appeal and logical organisation.
? I have used sociological academic literature (and some of the below course readings) in my poster and correctly referenced this. Word Count: 800 1000 words
? I have prepared a separate [word document] version of my poster which includes references.

COURSE READINGS

This list is compiled in themes and modules. Some items will appear in more than one section. Feel free to use the literature (but not the web-based resources for your assignments.

General

Allen, J. (Ed.) (2007). Sociology of Education. (3rd Edn.) South Melbourne, Victoria: Social Science Press.

Apple, M. (2012). Can Education Change Society? Hoboken: Taylor and Francis Link

Connell, R., Campbell, C., Vickers, M., Welch, A., Foley, D., & Bagnall, N. (Eds.) 2013) Education, change and society. New York: Oxford University Press.

Greene, M. (2004). Introduction. In Ayers, W., Hunt, J.A. Quinn, T. (eds.) Teaching for social justice. New York: The New Press. Excerpt pages xxvii – xxxi, xxxviii – xlv.

Lawrence, S. (2008). Sociology of Education. 21st Century Education: A Reference Handbook. Sage Link to pdf This chapter provides an overview of the historical context and the major theories of sociology of education

Lin, Angel M.Y. (2008) The identity game: and discursive struggles of everyday life. in Angel M.Y. Lin (ed) Problematizing Identity: Everyday struggles in language, culture and education. New York: Routledge. Pp. 1 10.
e.book through library which can be accessed through this link.

Wadham, B., Pudsey . J. & Boyd R. (Eds.), Culture and education (pp. 96-132). Frenchs Forest: Pearson.

Identity and Culture
Appiah, KA. (2006) Cosmopolitanism. Ethics in a world of strangers. Camberwell, Vic.; Allen Lane (Penguin Group).

Kitching, K., OBrien, S., Long, F., Conway, P.F., Murphy, R. & Hall, K. (2015) Knowing how to feel about the Other? Student teachers, and the contingent
role of embodiments in educational inequalities, Pedagogy, Culture & Society, 23:2, 203-223, DOI:10.1080/14681366.2014.977805

McLeod, J. & Yates, L. (2006). Who is us? Australian students on politics, racism, ethnicity and unemployment. Making modern lives : subjectivity, schooling, and social change , (Chapter 6, pp. 128-158). Albany, N.Y.: State University of New York Press. Available through this link

Skeggs, B. (2008) The problem with identity. in Angel M.Y. Lin (ed) Problematizing Identity: Everyday struggles in language, culture and education. New York: Routledge. Available through this link e.book through library

WEEKLY READINGS:

Connell, R. (2012) Just education, Journal of Education Policy, 27(5), 681-683

Howard, S. & Gill, J. (2001) Its like were a normal way and everyone else is different: Australian childrens constructions of. citizenship and national identityEducational Studies, 27 (1), 87 -103.

McLeod, J. & Yates, L. (2006) Making Modern Lives. Subjectivity, schooling and social change. New York: State University of New York. Chapter 6. Who is us? Australian students on politics, racism, ethnicity and employment, pp. 128 158.

Cranston, N., Kimber, M., Mulford, B., Reid, A., & Keating, J. (2010). Politics and school education in Australia: A case of shifting purposes. Journal of Educational Administration, 48(2), 182-195.

Munns, G. (2007) A sense of wonder: pedagogies to engage students who live in poverty, International Journal of Inclusive Education, 11(3), 301-315,

Ford, M. (2013) Achievement gaps in Australia: what NAPLAN reveals about education inequality in Australia. Race, Ethnicity & Education, 16(1), 80-102.

Mansouri, F., & Jenkins, L. (2010). Schools as Sites of Race Relations and Intercultural Tension. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 35(7), 93-108.

Major, J. & Santoro, N. (2014). Sensible girls and silly boys: what do teachers need to know about gender? The Australian Educational Researcher, 41, 5972.

Jones, T. (2015). Comparing rural and urban educational contexts for GLBTIQ students, Australian and International Journal of Rural Education, 25(2), 44-55

Southgate, E., Kelly, B. & Symonds, I. (2015). Disadvantage and the capacity to aspire to medical school. Medical Education, 49(1), 7383.

Connell, R. (2013) Why do market reforms persistently increase inequality? Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 34(2), 279-285, DOI: 10.1080/01596306.2013.770253

Lingard, B. (2010) Policy borrowing, policy learning: testing times in Australian schools. Critical Studies in Education. 51(2), 129 127.

Web based resource

Kwame Anthony Appiah Can we have multiple identities? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIAolH1_BeU

Kwame Anthony Appiah Cosmopolitanism. Ethics in a World of Strangers
For those interested in pursuing this topic a little further!

Schooling and Society

Boyd, R., Pudsey, J., & Wadham, B. (2007). Who knows? Curriculum and education in the new century. In B. Wadham, J. Pudsey & R. Boyd (Eds.), Culture and education Frenchs Forest: Pearson. (pp. 96-132).

Connell, R. (2013). The neoliberal cascade and education: an essay
on the market agenda and its consequences, Critical Studies in Education, 54(2), 99-112, DOI:10.1080/17508487.2013.776990

Feinberg, W., Soltis, J. (2004). Schooling as legitimation and reproduction. In School and Society. 4th Edition. New York: Teachers College Press. Excerpts 56 – 70.

Feinberg, W., Soltis, J. (2004). The hidden curriculum revisited. School and Society. 4th Edition. New York: Teachers College Press. Excerpts. Access via this Link

Luke, A. (2010) Documenting reproduction and inequality: Revisiting Jean Anyons social class and school knowledge.
Documenting reproduction and inequality : revisiting Jean Anyon\’s social class and school knowledge / Allan Luke
Luke, Allan

Pearce, J. (2012). Unsettling class: Standpoint pedagogies, knowledge and privilege. In Down, B., Smyth, J. (eds). Critical voices in teacher education. Dordrecht: Springer.

Sorin, R. Changing images of childhood. Reconceptualising early childhood practice.

Teese, R. (2006). Condemned to Innovate. In J. Schultz (Ed.), Getting Smart: The Battle for Ideas in Education (Vol. 11). Meadowbrook: Griffith University & ABC Books. Access via this link

Web based resources

Henry Giroux Culture, Politics and Pedagogy. A Conversation.

Michael Apple \’Is this really democratic? Understanding and interrupting the right in education\’ Lecture at University of Newcastle 2013.

Contemporary Education Policy and Practice

Kenway, J. & Bullen, E. (2001) Promiscuous Corporations: Desiring schoolchildren.
Promiscuous corporations : desiring schoolchildren / Jane Kenway and Elizabeth Bullen Kenway, Jane

Lingard, B. (2010) Policy borrowing, policy learning: testing times in Australian schools. Critical Studies in Education. Vol. 51.No. 2 pp. 129 127.
*Not yet direct link through library

Smith, K. (2007). Learning to teach: A story of five crises. In Featherstone, D.,
Munby, H., & Russell, T. (1997). Finding a voice while learning to teach. London, UK:Palmer Press.

Spaull, A. (1998). Public education in Australia: A historical essay. In Reid, A. (Ed.) Going public: Education policy and public education in Australia. Australian Curriculum Studies Association Inc.

Web based resources
Henry Giroux Neoliberalism, youth and social justice.

The Intersection of Sociological Factors

Social Class

Butler R. (2015): Schools, ferals, stigma and boundary work: parents
managing education and uncertainty in regional Australia, Ethnography and Education, DOI:10.1080/17457823.2015.1051071
* Not directly linked through library

Callander, E.J., Schofield, D.J, & Shrestha, R.N. (2012) Towards a holistic understanding of poverty: A new multidimensional measure of poverty for Australia. Health Sociology Review. Vol. 21. No. 2, pp141 -155.
* Not directly linked through library

Lingard, B. & Keddie, A. (2013) Redistribution, recognition and representation: Working against pedagogies of indifference. Pedagogy, Culture and Society. Vol No. 3 pp. 427-447.
* Not directly linked through library

Milteer, R.M., Ginsburg, K.R. and the Council on Communications and Media Committee on Psychosocial Aspects of Child and Family Health. (2011) The Importance of Play in Promoting Healthy Child Development and Maintaining Strong Parent-Child Bond: Focus on Children in Poverty Pediatrics https://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/early/2011/12/21/peds.2011-2953

Munns, G (2007) A sense of wonder: Pedagogies to engage students who live in poverty. International Journal of Inclusive Education 11 (3), 301 315.

Space & Place Urban Rural and Remote

Butler R. (2015): Schools, ferals, stigma and boundary work: parents
managing education and uncertainty in regional Australia, Ethnography and Education, DOI:10.1080/17457823.2015.1051071
* Not directly linked through library

Fitzpatrick, Katie (2012) Prologue. Critical Pedagogy, Physical Education and Urban Schooling.

Green, B. & Reid J. (2004) Teacher education for rural-regional sustainability: Changing agendas, challenging futures, chasing chimeras?
Teacher education for ruralregional sustainability: changing agendas, challenging futures, chasing chimeras? / Bill Green and Jo?anne Reid
Green, Bill

Roberts, P., Green, B. (2013). Researching rural places: On social justice and rural
Education. Qualitative Inquiry, 19:765. Excerpt pages 765-769.

Indigenous Education
Ford, Margot (2013) Achievement gaps in Australia: what NAPLAN reveals about education inequality in Australia. Race, Ethnicity & Education, 16: 80-102.

Mansouri, F., Jenkins, L. (2010) Schools as sites of race relations and intercultural tension, Australian Journal of Teacher Education, vol. 35, no. 7, pp. 93-108.

Sarra, G., Mathews, C. Ewing, B. & Cooper, T. (201 ) Indigenous mathematics: Creating equitable learning environments.
Indigenous mathematics : creating an equitable learning environment / Grace Sarra, Chris Matthews, Bronwyn Ewing and Tom Cooper
Sarra, Grace

Brasche, I. & Harrington, I (2012) Promoting teacher quality and continuity: Tackling the disadvantages of Remote Indigenous schools in the Northern Territory. Australian Journal of Education Vol56, No. 2, pp. 110 125.
* Not directly linked through library

Ethnic Diversity
Supporting refugee students in school education in Greater Western Sydney / Tania Ferfolja and Margaret Vickers
Ferfolja, Tania
ERESOURCES | 2010

Multicultural math : One road to the goal of mathematics for all / by Claudia Zaslavsky
Zaslavsky, Claudia
ERESOURCES | c2006

Race & Racism
The lost boys : caught between cultures or resisiting racism? / Scott Poynting, Greg Noble, Paul Tabar and Jock Collins
Poynting, Scott
ERESOURCES | 2004

Taking multicultural, anti-racist education seriously : an interview with educator Enid Lee / Edited by Kelley Dawson Salas, Rita Tenorio, Stephanie Walters and Dale Weiss
ERESOURCES | c2004

Picower, B. (2009). The unexamined Whiteness of teaching: how White teachers maintain and enact dominant racial ideologies, Race Ethnicity and Education, 12: 2, 197 215.

Windle, J. (2008) The management and legitimisation of educational inequalities in Australia: some implications for school experience. International Studies in Sociology of Education. Vol. 18 (3 & 4) pp. 157 -171.

Gender and Sexuality
Vickers, M. (2013). Gender. In Connell, R., Welch, A., Vickers, M., Foley, D., Bagnall, N., Hayes, D., Proctor, H., Sriprakash, A., and Campbell, C. (Eds.) Education, Change and Society. 3rd Edition. Victoria: Oxford University Press.

Imber, M. (2013). What I would have liked my teacher to know & Commentaries. In Sears, J. (Ed.). Gay, Lesbian and Transgender Issues in Education (pp. 9-12 & 17-25). New York: Routledge.

Building respectful relationships early : educating children on gender variance and sexual diversity. A response to Damien Riggs / Kerry H. Robinson
Robinson, Kerry H
ERESOURCES | 2013

Understanding gender / Margaret Vickers
Vickers, Margaret
ERESOURCES | 2010

Is Barbie to blame? : reconsidering how children learn gender / Glenda MacNaughton
MacNaughton, Glenda
ERESOURCES | 1996

I will also upload the marking rubric, and a handout (that explains how to make the poster).

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