Social Justice Domains Photo Essay

Photo Essay: Social Justice Standards

There are four domains in  Social Justice Standards that you reviewed this week.

  1. Identity
  2. Justice
  3. Diversity
  4. Action
  • Review all of the elements listed under each domain
  • Once you have reviewed the Social Justice Standards you will look for evidence of each of the domains that you see present in your school (preferably). If you are not currently in a classroom, you may find examples from the community you live in.
  • You will take a picture of the thing you felt represented one of the four domains
  • Create a 5 slide Powerpoint presentation which:
  1. Includes demographic information about your school or community. You can find this information by search and search by school district. You will click on enrollment data and they will have charts of the demographics of the school. Use Pseudonyms
  2. Contains a slide for each of the 4 domains: justice, identity, diversity and action
  3. On each of the domain slides insert the picture you took and
  4. Explain what each domain entails ( a summary of the bullets, not every bullet listed in the standards).
  5. Gives an explanation of the picture you took, explain what it is and why you feel it falls in the specific domain.
  6. A brief written response to the following prompt:

What is the purpose of having social justice standards?

  • Post your photo essay WITH YOUR NAME ON THE FIRST SLIDE to the WordPress Blog. Please remember the hashtags #577 and #content

One thought on “Social Justice Domains Photo Essay”

  1. Hey everyone,

    I turned my presentation into a Voicethread Powerpoint presentation so I can add more explanation than what would fit on the page. You can watch and listen here:

    In terms of answering the question, I believe the purpose of having social justice standards is to have a foundation of what is essential for basic human living. As we learned this week from multiple sources, human rights should be equal and shared among all humans. We need these standards as a guide and way of life to understand the minimum required when interacting with others that are different from us in any way. It represents a universal language with all cultures and different experiences of people from the world. This translates to treating everyone with equal respect and dignity, and not discriminating based on a personal characteristic such as race, sex, gender, socio-economic status, etc.



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