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For the final reflective assignment you will need to write an 8-10 page (double
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For the final reflective assignment you will need to write an 8-10 page (double
For the final reflective assignment you will need to write an 8-10 page (double spaced) paper that identifies 4 concepts from ANY course that you have taken during the SJCE Masters program. For each concept, you will need to identify the SJCE course where you learned about the concept, explain the concept with the support of relevant academic references, and then articulate how you see that concept as applicable to your service-learning experience. You will want to start the paper with an introduction that describes what you did in your placement, and then gives an overview of the four concepts you will be discussing. Then you will discuss each of the four concepts in turn (as described above), and then finish off the essay with a conclusion and a reference list. PLACEMENT TOPIC: INTERNATIONALIZATION OF M .A STUDENTS IN Ontario Graduate education in Ontario, Case study Internationalization within Social Justice and Community Engagement at Wilfrid Laurier University. Why the Wilfrid Laurier has less International Students as Compared to other Ontario Universities. This affects the Social Justice Program even though it is aim is to provide fairness and equity to everyone. Analyze the negative impacts of internationalization on Social Justice and Community Engagement at Wilfrid Laurier University. Please use these concepts for the assignment. Concepts I. Solidarity Course: Social Justice Practitioner’s tool kits Sources to read from Indigenous Action (2014). Accomplices Not Allies: Abolishing the Ally Industrial Complex. Available: http://www.indigenousaction.org/accomplices-not-allies-abolishing-the-ally-industrial-complex/ Smith, Jackson & Puckett, Cassandra & Simon, Wendy. (2015). Indigenous allyship toolkit: An overview. Reynolds, V. (2013). “Leaning in” as imperfect allies in community work. Narrative and Conflict: Explorations in theory and practice, 1(1), 53-75. Richardson, C., & Reynolds, V. (2012). “Here we are amazingly alive”: Holding ourselves together with an ethic of social justice in community work. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies 1:1-19. 2. Justice-doing in organizations Course: Social Justice Practitioner’s tool kits Sources to Read from Sarang, A., Ocampo, M., Durbin, J., Strike, C., Chandler , C., Connelly, J., Berkley , N., Hanson, E. (2009). How we do it: Across Boundaries’ anti-racist, holistic, service delivery model. Across Boundaries, Toronto, Ontario. Alexander, M. (2008). An integrated anti-oppression framework for reviewing and developing policy: A toolkit for community service organizations. Springtide Resources. 3. Making research as a habit as social justice advocate Course: Social Justice Research. 4, the concept of following process. Course: Social Justice Community Placement.

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