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Maritza Mayo
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Service Learning Final Project
Maritza Mayo & Julie Bezanson Here is the  link  to our final project.

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Empowering Education:Education In Politics Connections
Before I even begin this blog post, I just have to say that I can’t believe it is our last blog for FNED. Time went by so fast! When I found out that we were supposed to blog as a requirement for the class, I was so nervous about the idea of other people re...

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Social Justice Event: Dialogue on Diveristy
As
part of my social justice event, I attended RIC’s Dialogue on Diversity, which featured
the presence of Ana Maria Cano-Morales, a true “warrior” as she described
herself and the thousands of Latino students struggling from day to day as she
once did. I f...

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Schooling Children with Down Syndrome: Reflection
The
reading for this week, Schooling Children
with Down Syndrome by Christopher Kliewer, was definitely great! I loved
reading it, although I have to say that in some parts I had to reread to
understand things better, but yet most of the time I just had to ...

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Literacy with an Attitude: Quotes
This
week’s reading, Literacy with an Attitude by Patrick J. Finn, was definitely challenging for me. Most of the time I know
what I want to write about and focus on for my blog post, but this week was
different. I found myself highlighting a lot, learning ...

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Brown vs. Board of Education : Reflection
Before I even get to discuss the
material for this week, I just have to say that I felt overwhelmed and sad at
the same time. I always knew there was inequality in the school system, and I
learned about it even more as I went through public schools myself. ...

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In The Service Of What: Extended Comment
This
week’s article “In the Service of What?” by Joseph Kahne and Joel Westheimer
was quite interesting, because it made think of different aspects regarding
service learning that I didn’t think of before. While reading it I got see and
think about the thre...

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Safe Spaces: Hyperlink
The reading for this week which was
Safe Spaces by Annemarie Vaccaro, Gerri August, and Megan S. Kennedy was great.
I really liked it, because it made me think a lot about the struggle that the
LGBT community goes through. It is unfortunate how they have to...

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Unlearning the Myths That Bind Us: Argument
            Before
I even get to discuss the argument from this week’s reading which was Unlearning the Myths That Bind Us by
Linda Christensen, I have to say that I enjoyed reading it a lot. It was not
only that it was easy to follow, or that it was nicely...

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Unlearning the Myths That Bind Us: Argument
            Before
I even get to discuss the argument from this week’s reading which was Unlearning the Myths That Bind Us by
Linda Christensen, I have to say that I enjoyed reading it a lot. It was not
only that it was easy to follow, or that it was nicely...
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