Education & Change

Review the following four samples of YouTube student projects on various aspects of education and social justice. After reviewing the video, construct a two- to four-minute presentation on what you have learned throughout this course. Using the course learning outcomes (CLOs) as your guide, create an audio visual way to represent these ideas. You may use Prezi, Storybird, YouTube, Vimeo, Animoto, or Stupeflix to create your video or presentation.

Get creative! You might consider the role of music in your video/presentation, including a song selection of your choice. Some presentations such as Present.Me allow you to embed a musical selection as background music. A more traditional slide-show presentation may yield better results if the name and artist of the song is shared. Recall how important music was for the activist movements from the Highlander Folk School. Once the two- to four-minute video is completed, post a link to it in the discussion board. Do not allow yourself to get lost in the technology. The most important part is the, content, effectiveness of your delivery of this information and your responses to peers.

Amazing Grace by Jonathan Kozol

Multicultural Education

Paulo Freire’s “Banking concept of education

Children across culture