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Our textbook is Sadovnik, A. & Coughlan, R. W. (2015) The Sociology of Educatio



Our textbook isSadovnik, A. & Coughlan, R. W. (2015) The Sociology of Education: A Critical Reader. New York: Routledge.Final integration of course material This 3-5 page assignment asks you to integrate what you have learned in this course into your research and/or professional practice. For this assignment, please reflect upon and discuss ways in which this course has impacted your understanding of how your work as an education professional relates to social justice. What did you think or do at the beginning of this course, and how has your thinking/action changed (expanded, shifted, reversed, deepened)? What do these changes signal for your practice and/or research as you move forward in your education? Please name at least 3 specific readings or concepts discussed in the course and explain specifically how they connect to your experience.I am a teacher of theatre and the concepts learned are directly related to the empathy and understanding that one has when creating a character.Critical memo grading rubricSummary of content texts: Author provides a clear, concise summary of any source material or content (as opposed to theoretical or conceptual) texts that are discussed in the memo, so that the reader can understand any content that is analyzed in the paper. 20%Application of perspectives, concepts and/or theories: Author clearly describes perspectives, concepts and/or theories used in paper, and applies them accurately, explicitly and thoroughly to the content text. 30%Critical analysis of material: Evidence of original analysis. Evidence is present of author’s original analysis of materials read. Critical evaluation is connected to author’s application of perspectives, concepts and/or theories. 10%Critical analysis of material: Quality of argument. Author’s argument coherently flows from the paper’s introduction (most pointedly represented by a thesis statement) to the end of paper in a fashion that is cumulative, well-developed and easy to follow. (Memos submitted without a thesis statement will receive half of the possible points for this area; in other words, please provide a thesis statement!). All arguments are substantiated with credible evidence. 20%Writing is clear, and easy to understand, even if concepts communicated are complex; Author follows conventions of writing (spelling, grammar, sentence and paragraph structure, punctuation, APA or other style followed consistently). 20%

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