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Topic: Schooling System of Oppression: Redirecting Teacher`s Gaze
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1. Recognizes that teaching is a political and ethical act involving social responsibility for oneself, others and society.
2. Explores personal and professional insights and changes made possible when the ‘hidden` lessons of normalized inequality become central to one`s teaching.
3. Appreciates what it means to be a teacher in the context of on-going colonialism and Indigenous/Settler relations.
4. Develops a historical consciousness of patterns of systemic oppression as it has unfolded throughout different periods and contexts.
5. Understands that oppression and marginalization occurs at the individual, socio-cultural and institutional levels.
6. Comprehends structures and ideologies that produce and maintain hierarchies across race, class, gender, sexuality, religion and other identity markers.
7. Analyzes, evaluates and seeks to transform interlocking systems of discriminatory institutional structures, cultural practices and social behaviour.
8. Appreciates that teaching and learning that centers on examining one`s own lenses/worldview through development of critical consciousness often evokes strong emotions and discomfort.
9. Seeks to develop a philosophy of teaching for social justice and anti-oppressive/integrative anti-racist education.
Schooling System of Oppression Name: Institution: Course: Date: In the research paper â€˜Redirecting the teacher`s gaze: Teacher education, youth surveillance and the school-to-prison pipeline`, John and Jason bring out the problem with the schooling system, relative to the roles that the teachers play (Raible &