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1. Teacher Education

1.1. Historical Perspective

1.1.1. Hidden Curriculum Social Inequality ( Kachur -Guest Lecturer) Technical forms of knowledge Conflicting Ideologies Questioning Attitude Teaching Learning/Knowledge School and Society Democratic Society Education

1.1.2. Reform Movement 1991 Alternate pedagogical approaches to education Politically Neutral Feminist Theory Social Reconstructionist Tradition Diverse Student Population Teacher Education Programs

1.2. Sociological Perspective

1.2.1. Differing Classes (Kachur-Guest Lecturer) Jurisdiction of school Quality of Teachers Specific School System Private Schools Public Schools Catholic Schools

1.2.2. Hidden Curriculum (in class)

1.2.3. Gender Feminist Theory

1.3. Philosophical Perspective

1.3.1. Quality Education Considered to be efficient, classroom managed, control, and effectively taught Community Involvement Volunteer

1.3.2. Pedagogical Practices Politically Neutral comparative/critical/feminist perspective Questioning attitude toward teaching Reform Movement 1991 Preparing teachers for diverse-student population Development of teacher education programs

1.3.3. Power Control Ideologies Management of Classrooms ( in class) Teachers Hidden Curriculum ( in class)

2. Whither Alberta

2.1. Historical Perspective

2.1.1. Challenging Power Structures Inclusion Education (in class) Globalization New Right Ideology Liberal Education Democracy Public Education

2.1.2. Change in attitudes towards education Rebellion against the school structure shaped neo-liberalism (Penguin Revolution) Residential Schools (in class) Educational Reform Klein Revolution

2.2. Sociological Perspective

2.2.1. Inclusion Education (in class) Political Values of those in power Power of schools to teach the values and norms of society Moral Assumed values of society that students come across

2.2.2. Globalization Government helps to shape education Hidden Curriculum Expectation of Social Inequality

2.2.3. Schools are a reflection of society Government Globalization New Right Ideology Liberal Education Differing of opinions Community Parents

2.3. Philosophical Perspective

2.3.1. Social Justice Residential Schools (in class) Education system reflects the political views of the Government Liberal Education New Right Ideology Globalization Inclusion Education ( in class)

2.3.2. Education Revolution Segregation (in class) Klein Revolution Education System being influenced by globalization

3. Social Mechanisms of Educational Inequality

3.1. Historical Perspective

3.1.1. Education in Alberta is revolutionary Eugenics (Wilson 2013) Inequility Inspiring Education (in class) Curriculum Residential Schools (in class) Inequility Government Community/Parents of students Differing of classes (Kachur-Guest Lecturer) Parent involvement with school

3.2. Sociological Perspective

3.2.1. Education and society are interrelated Government

3.2.2. Differing Classes (Kachur-Guest Lecturer) Eugenics (Wilson 2013) Education influences how people see

3.3. Philosophical Perspective

3.3.1. Social Justice Differing Classes (Kachur-Guest Lecturer) Gender Race/Religion Ethnicity

3.3.2. Reaching equality in schools

3.3.3. Understanding why education is important Self-discovery Future aspirations Inspiring Education (in class) Learn Experience By others

3.3.4. Segregation (in class)