: between theoretical concepts in the course and practical applications to your future teaching. APA reference In your essay (8-10 double-spaced pages), analyze effective democratic schooling practices based on the framework of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy (CRP) to prepare all students for the 21st Century. Your analysis should include learning gleaned from course readings, zoom discussions, and video lesson reflections. Your task is to make connections style is preferred.Section I. Revisiting Your Philosophical Orientation Cite your sources (e.g., Parkay & Stanford, 2010; Gollnick & Chinn, 2017, and other relevant sources)At the start of the course, we read the Philosophical Foundations of U.S. Education book chapter by Stanford and Parkay (2010). Based on that reading and the results of the chapter inventory survey, you identified your philosophy of education. Your philosophy reflects your fundamental beliefs and values about how you see the role of: the teacher, students (and their families), curriculum and instruction, classroom management, and a member of the profession.o At this point, has your philosophy of teaching shifted and why? To what do you attribute the change(s)? If your philosophy remains intact, explain why.Section II. Analyzing Your Professional Teacher IdentityCite your sources (e.g., Parkay & Stanford, 2010; Gollnick & Chinn, 2017, and other relevant sources)o Professional Identity:How has your professional identity evolved from a credential student to that of a future teacher, prepared to work with students from diverse backgrounds and experiences?o Professional DispositionsHow would you model integrity and ethical conduct in your future classroom?o Learning Environment:How would you minimize bias in yourself to create a professional, safe, supportive, and inclusive learning environment?Section III. Envisioning Self as a Culturally Responsive Pedagogy TeacherCite your sources (e.g., Banks, 2010; Gay, 2010; Gollnick & Chinn, 2017; Parkay & Stanford, 2010; and other relevant sources)o Pursuit of Lifelong Learning:What principles of CRP are you still grappling with and why? How might you continue to build your knowledge and gain expertise in the areas identified?o CRP Application:Which CRP principles most resonate with you and why? How you would apply CRP principles to your future practice to make your subject area more accessible and relevant to students?o CRP Leadership & Advocacy:What can you do to leverage knowledge gained about MCE and CRP practices effectively and efficiently when you start teaching?