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Title Social studies and diversity education : what we do and why we do it / edited by Elizabeth E. Heilman ; with Ramona Fruja Amthor, and Matthew T. Missias.

Imprint New York : Routledge, 2010.


Location Call No. OPAC Message Status
 Axe Special Collections Welsh  300.71 So13 2010    ---  Lib Use Only
Description xviii, 412 p. ; 26 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Developing a pedagogic creed through critical social reflection / William Gaudelli -- The metaphors we teach by / Margaret Smith Crocco -- Exploring three orientations to the social studies / Thomas Fallace -- Pedagogic creed as foundation / Ronald W. Evans -- The social studies topical index / Paul Robinson -- Exploring Taylorism and its continued influence on work and schooling / E. Wayne Ross -- Purposes, possibilities, and complexities of teaching secondary social studies / Hilary G. Conklin -- Four-way street: fusing curriculum, pedagogy, content, and purpose to advance the common good / Dave Powell, Todd S. Hawley -- Those pesky little words: how to teach abstract civic concepts / Barbara Slater Stern -- Understanding and teaching core democratic concepts / Elizabeth E. Heilman -- Studying authority in a secondary teacher education class / Judith L. Pace -- Using children's books to explore power, tyranny, and justice / Rich Gibson, E. Wayne Ross -- Learning to teach the cultures, covenants, and controversies of universal human rights / John Myers -- Feelings exploration in social justice education / Jeff Passe -- Teaching procedural democracy in the classroom / David H. Vawter -- Preparing teachers and educating citizens: the simulated congressional hearing / Terrence C. Mason, Jennifer M. Ponder -- Service learning field placements as community based instruction/action / Brian Sevier -- Generating effective teaching through primary sources / Theresa M. McCormick -- Incorporating archives in social studies methods / Frans H. Doppen -- Historical perspective, causality, and significance: the historical scene investigation project / Kathleen Owings Swan, Kathi Kern, Mark Hofer -- Writing from visual prompts: animating imagination for social studies and diversity education / Donald S. Blumenfeld-Jones -- Using content resources to analyze a historical decision / Scott Alan Metzger -- The first day of class: developing an awareness of inference in history and culture / David Hicks, Melissa Lisanti -- Gazing on the past: examining the pedagogical purposes of public history / Brenda Trofanenko -- The nature of evidence and interpretation in history / Scott W. Dewitt -- A Boston massacre in room 202: understanding the construction of historical narratives / Timothy D. Slekar -- Oral histories in social education / Edric C. Johnson -- Designing an interactive learning center museum in the school context / Hilary Landorf, Ethan Lowenstein -- Scaffolding conceptual reasoning about history / David Gerwin -- Teaching historical understanding with Christopher Columbus / Benjamin Justice -- Addressing subjectivity in historical thinking: who was Christopher Columbus? Jennifer Hauver James -- Exploring identity, commonality, and difference / Tracy Rock -- Who are we? exploring our class as a cultural demographic / John D. Hoge -- It's all in your name: seeing ourselves in historical and cultural context / Ozlem Sensoy -- Seeing the hidden curricula of social spaces and places / Elizabeth E. Heilman -- Teaching from a critical global perspective: investigating power and marginalization / Binaya Subedi -- The family history project: uncovering the personal as political / Nancye E. McCrary -- Who has a "good" family? exploring beliefs and prejudices about family structures / Tammy A. Turner-Vorbeck -- Representation, power, and stereotyping: a lesson on indigenous people and sports mascots / Glenabah Martinez -- Breaking down barriers, constructing connections: strategies for connecting "us" to "them" / Heather Sadlier -- A meeting on the Congo: race, voice, and representation / Merry M. Merryfield -- Implicating race in students' learning how to teach history / Avner Segall -- Social studies is everywhere: developing social scientist sensitivities / Janet Alleman -- Understanding personal choice and structured inequality as aspects of family finance / Diane S. Illig -- The race to the bottom: an introduction to textile manufacturing and working conditions in the global economy / Peter Moran -- Examining privilege in globalization / Sandra Schmidt -- Teaching global education in seemingly regional and national curriculum / Elizabeth E. Heilman -- "Baltimore and the world" project: the intersection of local and global issues / Todd W. Kenreich -- Teaching current events from a global perspective / Toni Fuss Kirkwood-Tucker -- Environment toxins near and far: health and civic responsibility / David Hursh, Camille Martina, Michael Fantauzzo -- Teaching student teachers to examine how their political views inform their teaching / Diana E. Hess -- Preparing future teachers and citizens to address controversial issues: the four corner debate / Thomas H. Levine -- Good discussions don't just happen: verbal questioning skills / Kenneth E. Vogler -- Getting students to actively follow the news / Deborah Byrnes -- Teaching about disasters reported in the news / Brian Lanahan -- Issues-centered social studies unit sampler / Kim E. Koeppen -- The "daily dilemma": sharing power with a purpose / Beth C. Rubin -- Encouraging transformative understanding of controversial issues / Bruna Irene Grimberg -- Social studies methods, purpose, and the 'execution class" / Todd Dinkelman -- Modeling with matryoshkas: connecting curriculum, community, and culture in the classroom / Nancy P. Gallavan, Ellen Kottler -- Motivating for inquiry and civic participation through primary sources about historical peers / Eula Fresch -- Incorporating visual learning in the classroom / Brooke S. Orr, Signia Warner -- Textbook analysis: using James Loewen's Lies my teacher told me in teacher education / L. Mara Dodge -- Teaching with and about maps / Avner Segall -- Reinventing the field trip: preservice teachers explore museums and historic sites / Alan S. Marcus -- Socratic seminar: a model for film discussion in the social studies / Jeremy D. Stoddard -- Not playing around: teaching role-plays in social education / Wayne Au -- Using multicultural literature in teaching for social justice / Sung Choon Park, Cynthia A. Tyson -- Voices of our community: making connections through digital stories / Elizabeth K. Wilson, Vivian Wright -- Modeling technology-based social studies instruction: a simulated WebQuest / Christy G. Keeler -- Providing elementary teachers with experience of children's thinking in social studies / Keith C. Barton -- What to teach, when, and why: the thoughtful construction of the curriculum unit / Elizabeth E. Heilman -- The modeling approach to social studies teacher education / Michael P. Marino, Benjamin M. Jacobs -- Instructional planning and practice through microteaching / Anne-Lise Halvorsen -- Approaching curriculum units as terrains and systems to explore / Paul Skilton-Sylvester -- Teaching teachers to teach for understanding in social studies methods classes / John Gunn -- Teaching students to use the inquiry method / James M. Hartwick -- Comparing visions: do our state standards align with the national standards? / Barbara Foulks Boyd -- Reflections on learners and learning in early field experiences for secondary social studies / Susan B. Serota, Linda Bennett -- Creating units to create meaning out of social studies content / Audrey Green Rogers -- Using narrative to reflect on the process of curriculum enactment / M. Gail Hickey.
Subject Social sciences -- Study and teaching -- United States.
Multicultural education -- United States.
Critical pedagogy -- United States.
Teachers -- Training of -- United States.
Added Author Heilman, Elizabeth E.
Amthor, Ramona Fruja.
Missias, Matthew T.
Ross, E. Wayne, 1956-
ISBN 9780415996716 (hardback : alk. paper)
0415996716 (hardback : alk. paper)
9780415996723 (pbk. : alk. paper)
0415996724 (pbk. : alk. paper)

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