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NCSS College and University Faculty Assembly 2017

At-a-Glance Program

Wednesday, 15 November
8:00am – 11:55amCUFA Board Meeting
11:00am – 12:35pmGraduate Forum
12:05pm – 1:50pmTRSE Board Meeting
12:45pm – 2:00pmGraduate Forum
2:15pm – 3:30pmTransforming Financial Literacy for Children and Youth: Inclusive Teaching and Learning for All Citizens
 This Is What Democracy Looks Like: Global Women's Marches, Protest Movements, and Citizenship Education in 2017
 Rethinking Children's Literature
 Preparedness, Time, and Achievement: Intersecting Issues for Social Studies Education
 Perspectives on Civic Identities for Teacher Education
 Press and Policy Issues for Social Studies
 Facilitating a Discussion about the Role of Emergent Methods in Social Studies Education: A Contemporary Issues Dialogue
 Understanding Young People's Political and Ethical Sense-Making in Turbulent Times
 The Art of Citizenship: Art-Making as a Tool for Exploring Social Studies Teachers Education through Citizenship, Justice-Oriented Issues, and a Spirit of Activism
 Exploring the Challenges of Researching Gender
 Global Perspectives on the Narratives of Social Studies
 (Re)Considering Social Studies Curriculum: Critical Perspectives
3:45pm – 5:00pmIt's Being Done in Social Studies: Race, Class, Gender and Sexuality in the Pre/K-12 Curriculum
 Dialogues on Social Studies and Education Policy, Past, Present, and Future
 Intersections of Language, Learning, and Social Studies
 Critical Perspectives for Civics in Troubled Times
 Perspectives on the Use of Various Media in Social Studies Education
 Rethinking Children's Civic Capabilities: Examining Videos from Civic Action and Learning with Young Children
 Practitioner Research: Democratizing Social Studies Research in Troubling Times
 The Evolution of the Journey Box Assignment in Elementary Social Studies Education
 Emotional Entanglements: A Symposium on Emotions, History, and the Limits of Learning
 Teaching U.S. History Through Other Histories: Using Counternarratives and Critical Lenses in Teacher Education Classrooms
 Social Studies as Sites of Transgression, Resistance, and Transformation
5:15pm – 5:45pmCUFA 2017 Awards Ceremony
6:00pm – 7:00pmCUFA 2017 Welcome Reception
7:15pm – 8:15pmSCUFF Business Meeting
 Scholars of Color Forum Business Meeting
Thursday, 16 November
9:00am – 10:15amDesign-Based Research in Social Studies Education: Bridging Theory, Research, and Practice, Part 1
 Critical Conversations in K-12 Social Studies Teacher Education: Politics, Current Events, and Diversity
 Reading and Writing History in Social Studies Education
 Perspectives in World History Education
 Critical Consciousness in Social Studies Education
 Teaching Against Islamophobia: Teacher Educators Reflect on Religious Diversity and Anti-Islamophobia Pedagogies During the Trump Presidency
 Expanding Current Boundaries & Creating New Spaces for LGBTQ+ Research in the Social Studies
 Social Studies Research and Teaching in an Era of Divineness and Questionable Truths
 Addressing Race(ism) in Social Studies Education
 Interrogating Global Education in the Global City: Expansions, Expulsions, and Opportunities
 Transforming Social Studies Education: Insights from Previous Disrupters
10:30am – 11:45amDesign-Based Research in Social Studies Education: Bridging Theory, Research, and Practice, Part 2
 Making Controversial Issues Relevant to Elementary Social Studies
 Preparing & Supporting History Teachers
 Inquiry & Other Pedagogical Questions
 "My research matters... just look at the students!": Looking at Critical Theories, Relevance, and Conversations in Social Studies
 Neoclassicism-Now What?: Economics in the Aftermath
 The Global Education Movement: Narratives of Distinguished Global Scholars
 On the Problem of Evidence, Knowledge, and Knowing
 Intersections of Races, Genders, and Sexualities in Social Studies Education
 Farm to Panel: Examining Global Citizenship and Rural Education in the Social Studies
 Keywords in the Social Studies: Concepts and Conversations
11:45am – 12:00pmBreak! Travel to Java Network Lunch
12:00pm – 1:45pmJava Network Lunch at SoMA Food Truck Park
1:45pm – 2:00pmBreak! Travel to Convention Center
2:15pm – 3:30pmCitizens-Now, Not Citizens in Training
 Current Perspectives in Social Studies Teacher Education
 Perspectives in U.S. History Education
 Engaging Students in an Era of Alternative Facts
 Citizenship Education and Global Migration: Implications for Theory, Research, and Teaching
 Pedagogical Perspectives for Elementary Social Studies
 Troubled Waters: Making Sense of the Post-Election World with Preservice Teachers
 Teaching Environmental Issues in Social Studies: Civic Sustainability Thinking and Action for the 21st Century
 Media and Civic Education in the Post-Truth Era: Concepts, Methods, and Measures of Student Learning
 Indigenous and Anticolonial Perspectives for Social Studies
 Following Their Lead: Students & Preservice Teachers as Citizens
3:45pm – 5:00pmCrafting Compelling Questions: Facilitating Inquiry and Critical Thinking in K-8 Social Studies
 NCSS Affiliated Group Town Hall
 Racial Realism: The Scholars of Color Forum Session
 Meeting the Goals of California's LGBTQ Curricular Changes
 Meeting the Challenge of Teaching Controversial Issues: Domestic and International Studies
 Letting the Gini Coefficient Out of the Bottle: Teaching and Learning About Economic Inequality in High School Social Studies Classrooms
 "Science, Not Silence": Enacting Democratic Citizenship in Response to the Rise of Anti-Science Attitudes in Government and Society
 Atravesando fronteras de lenguajes y epistemologías en los estudios sociales
 Social Studies for Social Justice: Perspectives on Curriculum and Practice
 Gendered Experiences in Social Studies Education
5:15pm – 6:00pmCUFA Business Meeting
6:00pm – 7:00pmCUFA 2017 Keynote Panel
7:15pm – 9:00pmCUFA 2017 Closing Reception
Friday, 17 November
8:00am – 10:00amCUFA Business Meeting
8:45am – 9:45amLearning to Critique News and Speeches: How to Teach Argument Writing, Historical Thinking, and Civic Reasoning to Diverse Middle School Students
10:00am – 11:00amSharing Our Stories: Supporting Social Studies with Digital Storytelling Tools By, About, and For Native Youth
1:00pm – 2:00pmTeaching Toward Justice in Civic Education: Applying Lessons from Innovative Global Classrooms
2:15pm – 3:15pmGrappling with the Charged Classroom in Politically Contentious Times
3:30pm – 4:30pmWhat Do We Know About Promoting Religious Literacy in Social Studies Classrooms?
4:45pm – 5:45pmTeaching Difficult History Through Film


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