Mind Map of SB 161
by David Emmanuelle Castillo
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Mind Map of SB 161
Education has 3 purposes
Remember that this is the why???
Education has 3 parts
Pedagogy - learning theory
Remember that this is the what???
To some America is.....
Land of the Free
Land of opportunity
Etc....list could go on and on
The population density in urban school bring about 3 variables
Remember race is a social construction, meaning that it was thought of by society and was based on differences amongst different people.
SES - socioeconomicstatus.....a persons social class
When bring up the topic of SES are not talking about rich or poor!!!!!
Normal is relative.....depends on a situation that a person is in
People do things on the basis of whether it is right to do.
Some people have a duality about themselves and who they are???
Language is power and is a system of symbols
School House Rock painted a pretty picture of the American Revolution and left out a lot of important history prior to the revolution....Pre-Revolutonary history of America.....
Why did the colonist come to N. America???
Who inhabited N. American lands???
How were race relation between 3 important groups during this time period
Between white and black
Between white and red
Between black and red
Coming of Massachussets Bay Colony
Discovery of "stinking weed" - orinocco tobacco in 1610 by John Rolfe that changed race relations between the whites and the reds
King Philip's War/Metacom's War
End product of the rebellion.....divide and conquer by using race slavery as an institution
Difference between race and ethnicity
Race is externally defined by the differences among people.
Ethnicity is internally defined by how people see themselves and their culture.
Socialization - the life long social process that people experience to define who they are and how they fit into society
Different agents of socialization
3 Ways of Philosophizing
metaphysics - what is real?
epistemology - what is true?
This is left behind becuase people are to search for what is real and what is good and that is determined by evidence. Completely dismiss questioning existence and beauty.
Axiology(axioms) - what is moral/good?
Dogma - blindly accepted belief system
Hueristics(the rule of tumb) can(and may/will) lead to generalizations and stereptypes
By going to college(GCC) students are marginalizing themselves.
"Common good" - life, libery, property, and the pursuit of happiness is hard to establish because is determined by morality.
John Locke......natural rights
Thomas Jefferson and the Declaration of Independence......contradictory because applied to white elite males that had property. Very important becuase dismisses womens rights, rights of Native Americans, rights of African Americans, etc............................the rights of different peoples and groups!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!