How Sociology Affects Our Lives As Teachers And Pre Service Teachers

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When considering the sociology class one can see the impact it has had on the students with the class within privileged people and non privileged people and just how we can address this in the class and aid in changing the system for the better. My perspective as a person and a learner in my personal experience of schooling and how my schooling experience may have reflection on privilege and/or less privileged people. One can also see whom the disadvantage and advantage people are in considering what are in the sociological context of schooling when considering the on privilege and/or less privileged. One must also consider just what as an educator we can hope to be as well as achieve in practice as well as what tools we can use in the classroom, and to consider just what terms of teacher knowledge such as skills and attitudes. We have to considered just how sociology impacts our lives as teachers and pre-service teachers and how all the aspect will aid us in the classroom.
When I was in school looking back now I would be considered a privilege student. I am a white female who went to preschool and had two parents until I was 10. I knew what was expected when going into school; I had the privileged of going off to university as a middle class white privilege student. In Peggy McIntosh White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack. Discusses the privileged people, “ I was taught to see myself as an individual whose moral state depended on her individual moral will.” (…

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