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Discussion: Video ReflectionThis video segment
depicts a man and woman who decide to see for themselves if men and
women are treated differently in identical situations; such as buying a
car, getting clothes dry cleaned, setting a tee time at a golf course
and interviewing for a job. Using a hidden camera, they documented how
women often suffer from a subtle and insidious kind of discrimination
that is hard to quantify and difficult to prove.While watching this video, consider and reflect in the following questions.Is this the way we want to see our future society?
As an educational leader, how could such a situation impact your school community?
What steps could an educational leader employ to prevent such a situation?
Your response should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts presented in the course and provide new thoughts and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards for citations.GenderRead one of the following two scenarios, and develop an action plan responding to the questions.As principal of the Sunflower Elementary School, you are leading the
interview committee through the process of hiring a first grade
teacher. After reviewing more than sixty resumes, the committee has
decided to interview the top three candidates. The best candidate
without a doubt is Mr. Green-Smith. During the interview process he
shares how he and his domestic partner recently moved into town. In the
hiring process, you want full consensus among the interview members;
however, Mrs. Beetle a veteran kindergarten teacher has strong
reservations about hiring Mr. Green-Smith. She is concerned with the
perceptions of the kindergarten parents and how people in the small
community may be judgmental. What do you do? Please elaborate on your
course of action(s).
In your school district, you are the director of the state mandated
Science Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) initiative. In January,
you are reviewing the enrollment data of the STEM classes offered in the
district and notice a great disparity between the male and female
enrollment in the courses. After you share these findings with the
superintendent, she asks you to develop an action plan to increase
female participation in the program by September. The action plan should
promote the awareness and career demands in STEM careers and include;
long term and short goals, objectives, timelines, benchmarks, personnel
responsible and how will success of the action plan be measured.
Length: 5-7 pages, include minimum of 5 peer reviewed journal articles
Requirements: .doc file