Masters of Education Application Statement
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This paper presents an application statement tp an M.Ed program at York University in Canada. The author reflects upon, not only his qualifications for candidacy to this program, but also the reasons why he believes his admittance will allow him to contribute both to the graduate community of the university and to Canada's diverse multicultural community. The author points out that it is difficult to describe to someone who has lived his life in this diverse and intellectually-rich country the incredible sense of liberation one feels in being able to read a newspaper or watch local media that one knows has not been reviewed by state censors. The paper stresses that the author feels that his experiences as an immigrant, as well as his educational experience in learning English as a second language, represent critical advantages in his aspiration to teach students in Canada.
From the Paper:"This being said, I must also note that my perspective as an immigrant has shaped my teaching practice in this country in that I am highly cognizant of how the economic contribution immigrants and immigration have made to Canada is dependent upon the building of bridges between the diverse cultures of Canada's immigrant communities. For the future growth and development of Canada it is of prime importance that all of Canada's immigrant populations are engaged and feel their perspectives and contributions are valued by Canada's host English and French cultures."
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