Curriculum updating research underpinnings
Candidates will explore the ways they, as social justice educators, define and demonstrate care in the schooling context.
Candidates’ papers discuss how the urban context influences their conception of leading a culture of care, as well as, their roles as school leaders to create the conditions for care to exist.
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This course invites future school leaders to examine how learning shapes and is shaped by social and economic conditions, particularly conditions characterized by inequality.
To explore the role and influence that race, social class, culture, and politics play in transforming urban education, candidates will frame analysis in a social justice framework.
The course will focus on using multiple measures to determine school, teacher and student success using knowledge, skills and attitudes to lead evidence-based inquiry to implement change at their school sites.Research insights can come from a variety of sources that include randomized field trials, laboratory studies, and reports from practice.The challenge candidates often face in research is that once there is some evidence that something works, folks lack well thought-out methods to guide these findings into everyday practice across multiple contexts.Please see here for 2019-2020 course information There is increasing recognition of the knowledge, skills and attitudes that contribute to quality in teaching and of the need for formal training in the area.The ESME courses are aimed at practising teachers in medicine and the healthcare professions, both basic scientists and clinicians.