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NCSS College and University Faculty Assembly 2017

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Wednesday, 15 November 2017
8:00am-11:55am
(Telegraph Hill Room, InterContinental Hotel)
11:00am-12:35pm
(Room 2001)

11:00 - 11:15 Welcome Remarks

11:15 - 12:15 Conversations with Colleagues

Table 1: Starting Out: Becoming a Scholar (Cinthia Salinas, University of Texas-Austin; J.B. Mayo, Jr., University of Minnesota; Lisa Sibbett)

Table 2: Situating Your Work: Theoretical Framing (Sandra Schmidt, Teachers College-Columbia University; H. James Garrett, University of Georgia; Adam Schmitt)

Table 3: Collecting and Analyzing Data: Research Methodologies (Beth Rubin, Rutgers University; Ryan Knowles, Utah State University; Rebecca Christ)

Table 4: Defining One's Stance: Politics of Research (Kathryn Engebretson, Indiana University; Maribel Santiago, Michigan State University; Dan Bordwell)

Table 5: Beyond the Dissertation: Professional Issues (Todd Dinkleman, University of Georgia; Tommy Ender, Loyola University of Maryland; Andrea Watson-Canning)

12:15 - 12:35 Elections

12:35 - 12:45 Break

 

12:05pm-1:50pm
(Telegraph Hill Room, InterContinental Hotel)
12:45pm-2:00pm
(Room 2001)

Table 1: Influences on Teacher Decision-Making

Discussant: H. James Garrett, University of Georgia

The Use of Autobiography in Teaching History Critically: Challenges and Possibilities (Stephanie Konle, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)

Rural History Pedagogy (Travis Seay, University of Florida)

Teaching a History of LGBTQ Identity and Activism (Steven Montemayor, University of Texas-Austin)

Teacher Decision-Making in the Social Studies: Examining “What to teach?” Through a Psychoanalytic Lens (Peter Nelson, Michigan State University)

 

Table 2: Sites of Learning

Discussant: Gabriel Reich, Virginia Commonwealth University

Empty Schools and Silencios: Pedagogical Openings for Memory-Making in Colombia (Daniela Romero-Amaya, Teachers College-Columbia University)

Mediators of the Past: How Teachers Embodied and Emotional Experiences May Influence Their Understanding of History While Visiting Sites of Conscience (Allison Weller, Teachers College-Columbia University)

The Pedagogical Translation of Authentic Historical Sites from the Physical to the Virtual World (Scott Durham, Michigan State University)

Teaching about the Holocaust a German Site of Memory: A Curriculum Analysis (Irene Ann Resenly, University of Wisconsin)

 

Table 3: Democratic Discourse in the Classroom

Discussant: Melissa Gibson, Marquette University

Democratic Discourse: Theoretical Synthesis and Pedagogical Implications (Andrew Masarik, Michigan State University)

Selection of Controversial Political Issues for Classroom Deliberation in South Korea: Characteristics and Limitations of a Consensus-Based Criterion (Sunun Park, University of Washington; Lisa Sibbett, University of Washington)

Strategies for Teaching Democratic Citizenship to Preservice Teachers (Jason Williamson, University of Missouri)

Cultivating Environmental Citizenship by Engaging Youth in Environmental Public Policy Controversy Discussions: A Taiwanese Case (Yun-Wen Chan, University of Wisconsin)

 

Table 4: Interrogating Texts and Methods

Discussant: Brian Gibbs, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Erasure of White Violence: An Analysis of U.S. History Texts (Christoph Stutts, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)

I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For: Media Literacy’s Absence in History Textbooks (Justin Detmers, Michigan State University)

TPACK in Action: Challenging Preconceptions of Social Studies Pedagogy in an Educational Technology Class (Mark Diacopoulos, Old Dominion University)

“I Don’t Like DBQs … Because There’s Not One Right Answer:” How Students Experienced a Document-Based Question in World History (Ariel Cornett, University of Virginia; Colleen Fitzpatrick, University of Virginia; Stephanie van Hover, University of Virginia)

"They Didn't Love God": Student Learning and Remembering of World War II (Colleen Fitzpatrick, University of Virginia)

 

Table 5: Curriculum Reform in Social Studies

Discussant: Andrea Hawkman, Utah State University

The Common Core State Standards and the Elementary Social Studies Curriculum (Kacie Nadeau, University of South Florida)

No More Excuses: Lessons from Outstanding Elementary Social Studies Teachers (Genevieve Caffrey, Chicago Public Schools)

Looking for Light: Teachers and Students Creating Spaces of Becoming in the Context of the High Stakes Regents Exams and the Trump Administration (Ariela Rothstein, Queens College-CUNY)

Conceptualizing Historical Empathy (Katy Morgan, Kent State University)

Intersectionality in Social Studies: Or A Lack Thereof (Bryan Arnold, Virginia Commonwealth University)

 

Table 6: Historical Inquriy

Discussant: Whitney Blankenship, Rhode Island College

Critical Geographic Inquiry: Teaching AP Human Geography by Examining Space and Place (Thomas Clouse, University of Kentucky)

HPST: Learning about Iran Through Historical Inquiry for Students (Jose Pombo, Florida International University; Yuliesy Mena, Florida International University)

Mediated Inquiry: Implementation of Inquiry in a Social Studies Classroom (Timothy Barnes, Binghamton University)

Historical Inquiry and Digital Literacy: Social Studies Pre-Service Teachers' Understandings and Uses (Carolyn Van Zandt, University of Central Florida)

 

Table 7: Multicultural and Global History

Discussant: Jason Harshman, University of Iowa

Towards Critical Multicultural Teacher Education in a Context of Ethnic Nationalism: South Korean Social Studies Teachers' Reflections on an International Teaching Practicum (Yeji Kim, Teachers College-Columbia University)

The (Now)here of Global Curriculum (Ana Díaz Beltrán, Penn State University)

Preferred Stories: Reflections of a Classroom Based Cross-Cultural Simulation (Nicholas Bardo, University of South Florida)

The Effects of Teachers’ International Cross-Cultural Experiences on the Development of Their Critical Global Perspectives (Melissa Mitchem, Teachers College-Columbia University)

 

Table 8: Civic Identity Development

Discussant: Sandra Schmidt, Teachers College-Columbia University

A Portrait of Perceived Preparedness: A Quantitative Examination of Fully-Certified Teachers in Social Studies (Ricky Mullins, Virginia Tech; Thomas Williams, Virginia Tech)

Social Studies Teachers and Emancipatory Action through Research (Lindsey Stevenson, University of Florida)

Teaching for Democratic Denizenship: Expectations, Goals, and Outcomes of a Public Diplomacy Program in Morocco (Jennice McCafferty-Wright, University of Missouri)

Indigenous Youth Civic Identity and the #NoDAPL movement (Rachel Talbert, George Washington University)

Black Students’ Civic Engagement Increases Life Expectancy: A Look into State Standards (Ireana Walker, University of Central Florida)

2:15pm-3:30pm
Room 2000Room 2001Room 2002-ARoom 2002-BRoom 2002-CRoom 2002-DRoom 2003Room 2004Room 2005Room 2006Room 2007Room 2008
Session Chair: Thomas Lucey, Illinois State University

Discussant: Kathleen Cooter, Bellarmine University

 

 

Transforming Financial Literacy For Children And Youth: Inclusive Teaching And Learning For All CitizensMary Beth Henning, Northern Illinois University; Sarah Johnston-Rodriguez, Northern Illinois University; Bonnie Meszaros, University of Delaware; Mary Suiter, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis; Carmela Aprea, Friedrich Schiller University; Julia Schultheis, Friedrich Schiller University; Kathleen Stolle, Friedrich Schiller University; J. Michael Collins, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Elizabeth Odders-White, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Nilton Porto, University of Rhode Island; Thomas Lucey, Illinois State University; Kathleen Cooter, Bellarmine University
Session Chair: Margaret Crocco, Michigan State UniversityThis Is What Democracy Looks Like: Global Women's Marches, Protest Movements, And Citizenship Education In 2017Margaret Crocco, Michigan State University; Sandra Schmidt, Teachers College, Columbia University; Ashley Woodson, University of Pittsburgh; Emma Thacker, James Madison University; Gayle Thieman, Portland State University; Ritu Radhakrishnan, State University of New York, Oswego; Whitney Blankenship, Rhode Island College; Anne-Lise Halvorsen, Michigan State University; Ben Jacobs, George Washington University; Andrea Libresco, Hofstra University; Meghan Manfra, North Carolina State University; Tina Heafner, University of North Carolina, Charlotte; Noreen Naseem Rodriguez, University of Texas, Austin; Christina Tschida, East Carolina University; Dan Krutka, University of North Texas; John Broome, University of Mary Washington; Sara Levy, Wells College; Sarah Brooks, Millersville University; Gloria Alter, Independent Scholar; Chara Bohan, Georgia State University; Rebecca Christ, University of Missouri; Chrystal Johnson, Purdue University; Bethany Vosburg-Bluem, Otterbein University; Andrea Hawkman, University of Missouri Session Chair: Patrice Preston-Grimes, University of Virginia

Discussant: Patrice Preston-Grimes, University of Virginia

Critical Analysis Of Early Social Studies Informational Picture Books: Mothers And [m]otheringAnna Falkner, University of Texas at AustinCitizenship, Climate Change, And Elementary Social Studies LiteratureJay Shuttleworth, Long Island University, Brooklyn; William Jared Hagan, Long Island University, BrooklynPioneers Of Innovation: Women Coders In Children’s LiteratureGinney Norton, University of Arkansas
Session Chair: Shanedra Nowell, Oklahoma State University

Discussant: Shanedra Nowell, Oklahoma State University

 

Towards Civic Empowerment? Pitfalls Of Good Intentions In A Middle School Civics CourseJane C. Lo, Florida State University; Keith Rivero, Florida State UniversityMultilevel Models To Identify Predictors Of Students’ Achievement On 2012 Naep-economics: A Comparison Of Market, National And International EconomicsTina Heafner, UNC Charlotte; Phillip VanFossen, Purdue University; Paul Fitchett, UNC CharlotteSecondary-level Social Studies Pedagogical Content Knowledge To Inclusive Pedagogy: How Prepared Are Our Teacher Candidates To Work With Students With DisabilitiesKari Muente, University of MissouriWhen Lack Lusters: Four Social Studies Teachers Navigate Lack In Geography EducationStacey Kerr, Central Michigan University
Session Chair: Dean Vesperman, Luther College

Discussant: Dean Vesperman, Luther College

Teaching Who You Are: Connecting Teachers’ Civic Education Ideology To Instructional StrategiesRyan Knowles, Utah State UniversityIncorporating Teacher Noticing Video Case Reflection Into Lesson StudyJada Kohlmeier, Auburn University; John W. Saye, Auburn UniversityExamining The Motivational Characteristics Of Pre-service Social Studies TeachersTimothy Patterson, Temple University; Benjamin Torsney, Temple UniversityThe Intersection Of Elementary Teachers’ Professional And Civic IdentitiesKathryn Obenchain, Purdue University
Session Chair: Antonio Castro, University of Missouri

Discussant: Antonio Castro, University of Missouri

 

Framing Controversial Identity Issues In Schools: The Case Of Hb2 And Transgender Bathroom RightsWayne Journell, University of North Carolina at GreensboroGoing Public: Social Education And Public IntellectualismWilliam Gaudelli, Teachers College, Columbia University; Avner Segall, Michigan State UniversityEqual Protection, Immigration, And Education During A Trump Presidency: Plyler V. DoeMatthew Hollstein, Kent State University at Stark; Frans Doppen, Ohio University; Joseph Feinberg, Georgia State University
Session Chair: Sarah Mathews, Florida International UniversityFacilitating A Discussion About The Role Of Emergent Methods In Social Studies Education: A Contemporary Issues DialogueSarah Mathews, Florida International University; Andy Hostetler, Vanderbilt; Todd Hawley , Kent State University; Denisha Jones, Trinity Washington University; Michael Boucher, Texas State University; Maria Lovett, Florida International University; Mark Padilla, Florida International University; Armando Matiz Reyes, Florida International University; Joelma Nascimento, Florida International University; Deena Khalil, Howard University; Meredith Kier, College of William and Mary; Cynthia Deaton, Clemson University; Jacquelyn Malloy, Clemson University; Thomas Reio, Florida International University Session Chair: Jennifer Hauver Van Sledright, University of Georgia

Discussant: Keith Barton, Indiana University

 

Understanding Young People’s Political And Ethical Sense-making In Turbulent TimesJennifer Hauver, University of Georgia; Rob Kunzman, Indiana University; Xiaoying Zhao, University of Georgia; Kevin Meuwissen, University of Rochester
Session Chair: Michael Levicky, Kent State UniversityThe Art Of Citizenship: Art-making As A Tool For Exploring Social Studies Teacher Education Through Citizenship, Justice-oriented Issues, And A Spirit Of ActivismMichael Levicky, Kent State University Session Chair: Megan List, Youngstown State University

Discussant: Megan List, Youngstown State University

 

Exploring The Challenges Of Researching GenderDaniel Bordwell, University of Minnesota; Lauren Colley, University of Alabama; Kathryn Engebretson, Indiana University; Cory Wright-Maley, St. Mary's University; Megan List, Youngstown State
Session Chair: Jing Williams, University of South Dakota

Discussant: Brad Maguth, University of Akron

 

Terror Management Theory And Education: Engaging With Indigenous PerspectivesCathryn van Kessel, University of Alberta; Kent den Heyer, University of Alberta; Jeff Schimel, University of AlbertaStudents’ Understanding Of Women’s Historical Experience: The Case Of The “comfort Women” Issue In South KoreaHana Jun, Indiana University“cultural Bombs” And “dangerous Classes”: Social Education As State Apparatus In The War On TerrorJennice McCafferty-Wright, University of Missouri"yeah, It Connects Everybody...": Sports, Transformative Citizenship Education, And Children Of Nigerian Immigrants In IrelandDonald McClure, St. John's University
Session Chair: Lisa Sibbett, University of Washington

Discussant: Mark Helmsing, George Mason University

Inclusivity and Data Accuracy in Agriculture History Curriculum: Building the Interdisciplinary Bridge Between Ag and Social Studies Education (Rachel Hazen; University of Illinois; Erica Thieman, University of Illinois)

Why Ethnic Studies Should Be A Requirement For High School GraduationAmber Makaiau, University of Hawaii-Manoa; Jeanelle Sugimoto-Matsuda, University of Hawaii-ManoaHope In The Dismal Science: A Critical Race Theory Analysis Of Economics StandardsNeil Shanks, University of Texas at Austin; Delandrea Hall, University of Texas at AustinIndian Education For All: Challenging Settler-colonialism Through Curricular FrameworksChristine Stanton, Montana State University; Danielle Morrison, Montana Office of Public Instruction
3:45pm-5:00pm
Room 2000Room 2001Room 2002-ARoom 2002-BRoom 2002-CRoom 2003Room 2004Room 2005Room 2006Room 2007Room 2008
Session Chair: Lara Willox, University of West Georgia

Discussant: Jeff Passe, Cal Poly-Pomona

 

It’s Being Done In Social Studies: Race, Class, Gender And Sexuality In The Pre/k-12 CurriculumLara Willox, University of West Georgia; Cathy Brant, University of South Carolina; Jennie Burke, Millersville University; Andrea Libresco, Hofstra University; Bretton Varga, University of South Florida; Marie Byrd, University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee; Michael Kopish, Ohio University; Eric Moffa, Washington and Lee University; Hillary Parkhouse, Virginia Commonwealth University; Amber Makaiau, University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, Institute for Teacher Education Secondary Program; Carly Muetterties, University of Kentucky; Audrey Southall, Aurora University; Prentice Chandler, Austin Peay State University; Bea Bailey, Clemson University; Martha Bohnenberger, Charles Townes Center/Sterling School; Jennifer E. Killham, University of Cincinnati; Tracey Barrett, Durham Public Schools; Mark Pearcy, Rider University
Session Chair: Kevin Meuwissen, University of RochesterDialogues On Social Studies And Education Policy, Past, Present, And FutureKevin Meuwissen, University of Rochester; Paul Fitchett, University of North Carolina, Charlotte; Timothy Slekar, Edgewood College; SG Grant, Binghamton University; Jeff Passe, Cal Poly Pomona; Steve Thornton, University of South Florida; Tina Heafner, University of North Carolina, Charlotte; Judy Pace, University of San Francisco; Kathy Swan, University of Kentucky; John Lee, North Carolina State University; Phil VanFossen, Purdue University; Sarah Bednarz, Texas A&M University (Emerita); Gabriel Reich, Virginia Commonwealth University; Bruce VanSledright, University of North Carolina, Charlotte; Brad Fogo, San Francisco State University; Stephanie van Hover, University of Virginia; Margaret Crocco, Michigan State University; Steven Camicia, Utah State University; David Gerwin, Queens College, CUNY; Todd Dinkelman, University of Georgia Session Chair: Ana Diaz Baltran, Penn State University-Altoona

Discussant: Ana Diaz Baltran

The Prevalent Unawareness Of Teachers Towards Educational Restrictions For Immigrant StudentsWilliam McCorkle, Clemson University“i Would Say They Did Good Things Because I Like America How It Is Today”: (emergent) Bilingual Students’ Employment Of U.s. History NarrativesPaul Yoder, Eastern Mennonite UniversityPracticing Teacher’s Use Of Pedagogical Approaches To Support Students’ Translanguaging In Social StudiesMatthew Deroo, Michigan State UniversityExamining Problem-based Enhanced Language Learning Through The C3’s Four DimensionsMargarita Jimenez-Silva, Arizona State University; Malissa Thibault, Arizona State University; Wendy Farr, Arizona State University
Session Chair: Thomas Lucey, Illinois State University

Discussant: Thomas Lucey, Illinois State University

 

The Political Typologies And 2016 Presidential Preferences Of 8th-grade StudentsDerek Anderson, Northern Michigan University; Joan Toivonen, Northern Michigan UniversityPrivatization: Civic Hegemony Or Crisis Of Perception?Neil Houser, University of OklahomaTroubling The Water: Understanding Black Youth Civic Engagement IdentityChrystal Johnson, Purdue University; James Holly, Purdue University; Harvey Hinton, Purdue UniversityNavigating Teacher Education As A Critical Citizen: Stories Of A Preservice TeacherErin Vaughn, Purdue University
Session Chair: Jeremy Stoddard, College of William & Mary

Discussant: Jeremy Stoddard, College of William & Mary

 

Virtual Professional Learning Communities: Using Twitter To Engage In Extended Professionality With Preservice TeachersMiguel Gomez, Murray State University; Wayne Journell, University of North Carolina @ GreensboroCaring For The Past: Mobilizing Emotive Empathy With An Informational Graphic NovelCaroline Sheffield, University of Louisville; James Chisholm, University of Louisville; Ashley Shelton, University of LouisvilleA Little Media Education May Not Go A Long WayH. James Garrett, University of Georgia; Mardi Schmeichel, University of GeorgiaThat Glossy Yellow Border: Pre-service Teachers, Critical Media Literacy, And National GeographicAmy Mungur, Green Mountain College
Session Chair: Katherina Payne, University of Texas-AustinRethinking Children’s Civic Capabilities: Examining Videos From Civic Action And Learning With Young ChildrenKatherina Payne, University of Texas at Austin; Anna Falkner, University of Texas at Austin; Jennifer Keys Adair, University of Texas at Austin Session Chair: Meghan Manfra, NC State UniversityPractitioner Research: Democratizing Social Studies Research In Troubling TimesMeghan Manfra, NC State University; Christopher Martell, Boston University; Alicia Crowe, Kent State; Todd Dinkelman , University of Georgia; Alex Cuenca, Indiana University; Todd Hawley, Kent State University; Andrew Hostetler, Vanderbilt University; Michael Levicky, Kent State; Jason Ritter, Duquesne University; Sandra Schmidt, Teachers College, Columbia University Session Chair: Jeannette Alarcon, University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Discussant: Jeannette Alarcon, University of North Carolina-Greensboro

 

The Evolution Of The Journey Box Assignment In Elementary Social Studies EducationLisa Buchanan, The University of North Carolina Wilmington; Christina Tschida, East Carolina University; Jeannette Alarcón, The University of North Carolina Greensboro; Elizabeth Bellows, Appalachian State University; Sherry Field, The University of Texas Austin; Katie Knapp, Kent State University; Cinthia Salinas, University of Texas-Austin; Noreen Naseem Rodriguez, Iowa State Unviersity
Session Chair: Avner Segall, Michigan State University

Discussant: Avner Segall, Michigan State University

 

Emotional Entanglements: A Symposium On Emotions, History, And The Limits Of LearningSara Levy, Wells College; Maia Shepard, George Washington University; Adam Schmitt, Michigan State University; Allison Weller, Teacher's College, Columbia University; Brenda Trofanenko, Acadia University/University of Illinois; Lisa Gilbert, Washington University @ St. Louis
Session Chair: Noreen Naseem Rodriguez, Iowa State University

Discussant: Tommy Ender, Loyola University-Maryland

 

Teaching U.s. History Through Other Histories: Using Counternarratives And Critical Lenses In Teacher Education ClassroomsNoreen Naseem Rodriguez, Iowa State University; Sohyun An, Kennesaw State University; Amanda Vickery, Arizona State University; Delandrea Hall, The University of Texas at Austin; Esther Kim, The University of Texas at Austin; Cinthia Salinas, The University of Texas at Austin; Lakota Pochedley, FireLodge Tribal Youth Program, Citizen Potawatomi Nation
Session Chair: Ryan Oto, University of Minnesota

Discussant: Jay Shuttleworth, Long Island College-Brooklyn

 

An Acknowledgment (and Theorization) Of Earthen Social StudiesMark Kissling, Penn State University; Jonathan Bell, Penn State University“you Want To Know How I Did It?”: Underground, Word Capture, Straight Refusal And Other Forms Of Resistance In The Development Of Insurgent Social StudiesBrian Gibbs, UNC-Chapel HillConstantly Becoming: An Examination Of Critical Social Studies PraxisKevin Magill, Baylor UniversityAmerican Horror Stories: Transgression, Otherness, And A Pedagogy Of The Grotesque In Social Studies EducationMark Helmsing, George Mason University
5:15pm-5:45pm
(Room 2001)
6:00pm-7:00pm
(Outside Room 2001)
7:15pm-8:15pm
Room 2000Room 2001
Thursday, 16 November 2017
9:00am-10:15am
Room 2000Room 2001Room 2002-ARoom 2002-BRoom 2003Room 2004Room 2005Room 2006Room 2007Room 2008Room 2009
Session Chair: Beth C. Rubin, Rutgers University

Session Co-Chair: Jongsung Kim, Hiroshima University

 

Design-based Research In Social Studies Education: Bridging Theory, Research And PracticeBeth C. Rubin, Rutgers University; Jongsung Kim, Hiroshima University; Eric B. Freedman, Sacred Heart University; Walter Parker, University of Washington; Sheila Valencia, University of Washington; Jane C. Lo, Florida State University; Toshinori Kuwabara, Okayama University; Jeremy Stoddard, College of William and Mary; Gabriel A. Reich, Virginia Commonwealth University; Kimberly Bowman, Virginia Commonwealth University; Stephen Day, Virginia Commonwealth University; Christine Bae, Virginia Commonwealth University; Jennifer Burke , Millersville University; Kathryn Obenchain , Purdue University; Julie Pennington, University of Nevada, Reno; Lauren Rapacki, Sacred Heart University; Darcy Ronan, Sacred Heart University
Session Chair: Melissa Marks, University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg

Contemproary Issues Dialogue Hosted by SCUFF

 

Critical Conversations In K-12 Social Studies Teacher Education: Politics, Current Events, And DiversityDerek Anderson, Northern Michigan University; Michelle Bauml, Texas Christian University; Greer Burrough, The College of New Jersey; Amy Camardese, Westminster College; Angela Cartwright, Midwestern State University; James Daly, Seton Hall University; Scott DeWitt, Knox College; Bethany Hill-Anderson, McKendree Univeresity; George Lipscomb, Furman University; Melissa Marks, University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg; Rebecca Mueller, University of South Carolina Upstate; Kari Muente, Martin Luther College; Mark Pearcy, Rider University; David Vawter, Wintrhop University; Lara Willox, University of West Georgia; Paul Yoder, Eastern Mennonite University
Session Chair: Deborah Morowski, Auburn University

Deborah Morowski, Auburn University

Historians’ Literacies: The Interplay Between Reading And Writing HeuristicsJeffery Nokes, Brigham Young University; Alisa Kesler-Lund, Brigham Young UniversityThe Impact Of Modeled Historical Thinking Activities On Teacher Candidates’ Beliefs And Attitudes Regarding Disciplinary LiteracyAmy Bottomley, University of Cincinnati; Prentice Chandler, Austin Peay State UniversityThe Effects Of The Ic3 For Reading/prove It! For Writing Historical Reasoning Strategy With Academically Diverse Elementary StudentsDaniel Wissinger, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Susan De La Paz , University of Maryland; Cara Jackson, Montgomery County Public Schools
Session Chair: Stephanie van Hover, University of Virginia

Discussant: Stephanie van Hover, University of Virginia

 

The Mind In The Cave: The Role Of Upper Paleolithic Images And Culture In The American World History CurriculumKyle Greenwalt, Michigan State UniversityTeaching And Learning Jewish History In The 21st Century: New Priorities And OpportunitiesBenjamin Jacobs, The George Washington UniversityDisciplined Inquiry In Middle Grades World HistoryMeghan Manfra, NC State University; Jeff Griener, NC State University
Session Chair: Cory Wright-Maley, St. Mary's University

Discussant: Yonghee Suh, Old Dominion University

 

All The Right Moves: Social Studies Pre-service Teachers’ Spatial Thinking And Mobility In The CityAndrew Hostetler, Vanderbilt University; Benjamin Shapiro, Vanderbilt UniversityCritical Art And Social StudiesNeil Houser, University of OklahomaCitizenship Education In Rural Contexts: Teachers’ Conceptualizations Of Citizenship And PlaceEric Moffa, Washington and Lee UniversityExploration Possibility Of Imaginative Engagement With Controversial Public IssuesYu-Han Hung, University of Houston-Downtown
Session Chair: Noreen Naseem Rodriguez, Iowa State UniversityTeaching Against Islamophobia: Teacher Educators Reflect On Religious Diversity And Anti-islamophobia Pedagogies During The Trump PresidencyNoreen Naseem Rodriguez, Iowa State University; Christopher Busey, The University of Florida; Lisa Brown Buchanan, The University of North Carolina Wilmington; Elizabeth Saylor, The University of Georgia; Jennifer James, The University of Georgia Session Chair: J.B. Mayo, Jr. , University of MinnesotaExpanding Current Boundaries & Creating New Spaces For Lgbq+ Research In The Social StudiesJ.B. Mayo, Jr., University of Minnesota; Brett Varga, University of South Florida Session Chair: Jane Lo, Florida State UniversitySocial Studies Research And Teaching In An Era Of Divisiveness And Questionable TruthsJane Lo, Florida State University; Sandra Schmidt, Teachers College; Amanda Vickery, Arizona State University; Natasha Merchant, University of North Georgia; Maribel Santiago, Michigan State University Session Chair: John Broome, University of Mary Washington

Discussant: Shakealia Finley, University of Missouri

 

Pushing through White Fragility: Toward an Anti-Racist Teacher Self-Efficacy Scale (Andrea Hawkman, Utah State University; Ryan Knowles, Utah State University)

Constraints To Critical Multicultural Social Studies In Teacher EducationOmiunota Ukpokodu, University of Missouri-Kansas CityExploring Racial Literacy When Teaching "other People's Children"Shira Epstein, The City College of New York (CUNY); Melissa Schieble, Hunter College (CUNY)White Privilege Pedagogy And The Interest Divergence Dilemma In Social Studies Teacher EducationRyan Crowley, University of Kentucky; William Smith, University of Arizona
Session Chair: Li-Ching Ho, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Discussant: Li-Ching Ho, University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

Interrogating Global Education In The Global City: Expansions, Expulsions, And OpportunitiesTheresa Alviar, Kennesaw State University; Mark Baildon, National Institute of Education; Darren Bryant, Education University of Hong kong; William Gaudelli, Teachers College, Columbia University; Yeji Kim, Teacher College, Columbia University; Melissa Mitchem, Teachers College, Columbia University; Hanadi Shatara, Teachers College, Columbia University
Session Chair: Jane Bernard Powers, San Francisco State University

Discussant: Steven Thornton, University of South Florida

 

Transforming Social Studies Education: Insights From Previous DisruptersCarole Hahn, Emory University (Emerita); Linda Levstik, University of Kentucky (Emerita); Paulette Dilworth, University of Alabama at Birmingham; Cinthia Salinas , University of Texas
10:30am-11:45am
Room 2000Room 2001Room 2002-ARoom 2002-BRoom 2003Room 2004Room 2005Room 2006Room 2007Room 2008Room 2009
Session Chair: Beth C. Rubin, Rutgers University

Session Co-Chair: Jongsung Kim, Hiroshima University

*This is the second part of a double-session contemporary issues diagloue*

Session Chair: Christina Tschida, East Carolina University

Contemporary Issues Dialogue Presenters: Christina Tschida, East Carolina University; Elizabeth Bellows, Appalachian State University; Lisa Brown Buchanan, University of North Carolina-Wilmington; Elizabeth Saylor, University of Georgia; Maribel Santiago, Michigan State University; Becky Christ, University of Missouri; Andrea Hawkman, Utah State University; Cory Wright-Maley, St. Mary's College; Anna Falkner, University of Texas-Austin; Dina Gilio-Whitaker (Colville Confederated Tribes), Independent Scholar; Meredith McCoy (Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians), University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; Sohyun An, Kennesaw State University; Leilani Sabzalian (Alutiiq), University of Oregan; Christopher Busey, University of Florida; Jay Shuttleworth, Long Island University-Brooklyn; Lisa Gilbert, St. Louis University; Cara Ward, University of North Carolina-Wilmington; Noreen Naseem Rodriguez, Iowa State University; Amanda Vickery, Arizona State University

Making Controversial Issues Relevant To Elementary Social StudiesChristina Tschida, East Carolina University; Elizabeth Bellows, Appalachian State University; Lisa Buchanan, University of North Carolina - Wilmington; Elizabeth Saylor, University of Georgia; Sarah Shear, University of Pennsylvania - Altoona
Session Chair: Jason Endacott, University of Arkansas

Discussant: Jason Endacott, University of Arkansas

 

Recursive Teacher-support Featuring Historical Domain KnowledgeCory Callahan, University of AlabamaTeacher Quality Or Quality Teaching? Social Studies Teachers’ Professional Characteristics And Classroom Instruction As Predictors Of U.s. History AchievementPaul Fitchett, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Tina Heafner, University of North Carolina at CharlotteRethinking The Disciplinary Approach: Collective Memory In History EducationAdam Schmitt, Michigan State University
Session Chair: Evan Long, Longwood University

Discussant: Evan Long, Longwood University

 

Learning By Doing: The Impact Of Question Development And Implementation On Teachers’ Understanding Of Compelling QuestionsRebecca Mueller, University of South Carolina Upstate“rocks And Shoals”: Navigating A Path Between Standards, Pedagogy, And Content KnowledgeMark Pearcy, Rider UniversityInvestigating Data Literacy: The Role Of Data Visualizations In The Social Studies ClassroomTamara Shreiner, Grand Valley State University
Session Chair: Jesus Tirardo, University of Georgia“my Research Matters…just Look At The Students!”: Looking At Critical Theories, Relevance, And Conversations In Social StudiesJesus Tirado; Matthew Woods; Hanadi Shatara; Tommy Ender Session Chair: Erin Adams, Kennesaw State UniversityNeoclassicism-now What?: Economics Education In The AftermathErin Adams, Kennesaw State University; Ryan Crowley , University of Kentucky; Kathy Swan , University of Kentucky; Lynn Brice , University of Minnesota-Duluth; Jill Torres, Marshall School; Neil Shanks, University of Texas-Austin; Shakealia Finley , University of Missouri Session Chair: David Grossman, East-West CenterThe Global Education Movement: Narratives Of Distinguished Global ScholarsDavid Grossman, East-West Center; Carole Hahn, Emory University; Barbara Benham Tye, Chapman University; Judith Torney-Purta, University of Maryland, College Park Session Chair: Brooke Blevins, Baylor University

Discussant: William Gaudelli, Teachers College-Columbia University

 

On The Problem Of Evidence, Knowledge, And KnowingH. James Garrett, University of Georgia; Avner Segall, Michigan State University; Margaret Crocco, Michigan State University; Sandra Schmidt, Teachers College; Cinthia Salinas, University of Texas, Austin; Brooke Blevins, Baylor University; Noreen Naseem Rodriguez, Iowa State University
Session Chair: Steven Camicia, Utah State University

Discussant: J.B. Mayo, Jr., University of Minnesota

 

Queering World History Education Through Indigenous And Alternative Gender SystemsTadashi Dozono, New York City Department of Education“i Think I Can. I Think They Should”: Social Studies Teacher Educators’ Self-efficacy In Working With Lgbtq Students And Teaching Lgbtq Issues In MethodsCathy Brant, University of South Carolina; Lara Willox, University of Western GeorgiaThe Dilemma Of A Racial Queer: The Journey To (re)member In The Teaching Of National HistoryAmanda Vickery, Arizona State UniversityPedagogy From The Oppressed: An Investigation Into A Classroom With A Trans ProfessorMegan List, Youngstown State University; Lauren Colley, University of Alamba
Session Chair: Elizabeth Kenyon, Kent State University

Discussant: Jason Harshman, University of Iowa

 

Farm To Panel: Examining Global Citizenship And Rural Education In The Social StudiesJason Harshman, University of Iowa; Michael Kopish, Ohio University; Dalene Swanson, University of Stirling; Eric Moffa, Washington and Lee University; Elizabeth Kenyon, Kent State University
Session Chair: Dan Krutka, University of North TexasKeywords In The Social Studies: Concepts And ConversationsMark E. Helmsing, George Mason University; Annie McMahon Whitlock , University of Michigan-Flint; Dan Krutka, University of North Texas
11:45am-12:00pm
12:00pm-1:45pm

Check back for more information on this year's Java Network lunch! 

1:45pm-2:00pm
2:15pm-3:30pm
Room 2000Room 2001Room 2002-ARoom 2002-BRoom 2003Room 2004Room 2005Room 2006Room 2007Room 2008Room 2009
Session Chair: Sherry Field, University of Texas-Austin

Discussant: Jennifer Hauver VanSledright, University of Georgia

 

Citizens-now, Not Citizens In TrainingKatherina Payne, University of Texas at Austin; Beth Sondel, University of Pittsburgh; Stephanie Serriere, Indiana University-Purdue University; Dana Mitra, Pennsylvania State University; Michael Burroughs , California State University-Bakersfield; Noreen Naseem Rodríguez, Iowa State University; Sohyun An, Kennesaw State University; Alyssa Hadley-Dunn, Michigan State University; Hannah Carson-Baggett , Auburn University
Session Chair: Christopher Martell, Boston University

Discussant: Alex Cuenca, Indiana University 

 

Current Perspectives In Social Studies Teacher EducationChristopher Martell, Boston University; Theresa Alviar-Martin, Kennesaw State University; Wayne Au, University of Washington, Bothell; Mark Baildon, National Institute of Education Singapore; Ana Díaz Beltrán, Penn State University; Kristen Duncan, Texas State University; Kathryn Engebretson , Indiana University; Jeremy Hilburn , UNC Wilmington; Mark Kissling, Penn State University; J.B. Mayo , University of Minnesota-Twin Cities; Natasha Hakimali Merchant, University of North Georgia; Tamara Shreiner, Grand Valley State University; Lisa Sibbett, University of Washington, Seattle; Ashley N. Woodson , University of Pittsburgh; Alexander Cuenca, Indiana University; Jonathan Bell, Penn State University
Session Chair: Lauren Harris, Arizona State University

Discussant: Lauren Harris, Arizona State University

Monumental Refraction: Confederate Monuments And Student Historical ConsciousnessGabriel Reich, Virginia Commonwealth UniversityIs Bigger Better? Big History Project And The Colonizing MindJenni Conrad, University of Washington College of EducationThe Ap U. S. History Controversy: A Recent Episode In The Social Studies WarsRonald W. Evans, San Diego State University
Session Chair: Melissa Gibson, Marquette University

Melissa Gibson, Marquette University

Examining Civic Education’s Potential To Reduce Affective Partisan DividesChristopher Clark, University of MinnesotaAction Civics & Student Learning: The Power Of Choice And Supportive AudiencesHilary Conklin, DePaul University; Molly Andolina, DePaul UniversityPreparing Our Youth To Be Active And Informed Citizens In Tumultuous TimesKaron LeCompte, Baylor University; Blevins Brooke, Baylor University; Michelle Bauml, Texas Christian University; Cameron Dexter Torti, Baylor University; Kathy Wigtil, Baylor University
Session Chair: Walter Parker, University of Washington

Discussant: Carole Hahn, Emory University

 

James A. Banks, University of Washington; Audrey Osler, University College of South East Norway, Norway/ University of Leeds, UK; Walter Parker, University of Washington

Session Chair: Jennifer Burke, Millersville University

Discussant: Lara Willox, University of West Georgia

 

Teaching Elementary Social Studies During Snack Time And In Other Unstructured SpacesAnnie Whitlock, University of Michigan-Flint; Kristy Brugar, University of OklahomaMaking The Invisible Visible: Evaluating The Use Of Augment Reality To Teach A Forgotten Local History - School Segregation - With 5th GradersDavid Hicks, Virginia Tech; Aaron Johnson, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; Todd Ogle, Virginia Tech; Stephanie van Hover, University of Virginia; Doug Bowman, Virginia Tech; David Cline, Virginia TechHow Is A C3 Inquiry Implemented In A High-needs Elementary School?Adam Friedman, Wake Forest University; Emma Thacker, James Madison University; Paul Fitchett, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Wayne Journell, University of North Carolina at Greensboro; John Lee, North Carolina State UniversityElementary Social Studies Pedagogical Content Knowledge: Using It To Design A Course, Assess Learning, And Determine ImpactCorey Sell, Metropolitan State University of Denver
Session Chair: Whitney Blankenship, Rhode Island CollegeTroubled Waters: Making Sense Of The Post-election World With Preservice TeachersWhitney Blankenship, Rhode Island College; Elizabeth Bellows, Appalachian State University; Michelle Riedell, Georgia Southern University; Cinthia Salinas, University of Texas Austin; Caroline Sullivan, Georgia State University; Dean Vesperman, Luther College Session Chair: Margaret Crocco, Michigan State UniversityMargaret Crocco, Michigan State University; Greer Burroughs, The College of New Jersey; Marie Heath, Towson University; Li-Ching Ho, University of Wisconsin; Mark Kissling, Pennsylvania State University; John Lupinacci, Washington State University; Jay Shuttleworth, Long Island University; Bethany Vosburgh-Bluem, Otterbein University Session Chair: Jeremy Stoddard, College of William & Mary

Discussant: Joseph Kahne, University of California-Riverside

 

Media And Civic Education In The Post-truth Era: Concepts, Methods And Measures Of Student LearningJeremy Stoddard, College of William and Mary; Dan Krutka, University of North Texas; Ellen Middaugh, San Jose State University; Sarah McGrew, Stanford University; Mark Smith, Stanford University; Teresa Ortega, Stanford University; Joel Breakstone, Stanford University; Joseph Kahne, University of California - Riverside
Session Chair: Christine Rogers Stanton, Montana State University

Dina Gilio-Whitaker (Colville Confederated Tribes), Independent Scholar; Leilani Sabzalian (Alutiiq), University of Oregon; Jimmy Snyder (Kickapoo Tribe in Kansas), University of Oregon; Lakota Pochedley (Citizen Band Potawatomi), FireLodge Tribal Youth Program; Meredith McCoy (Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians), University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

 

Session Chair: Elizabeth Washington, University of Florida

Discussant: Christina Tschida, East Carolina University

 

After The March, What?: Preservice Teachers Disrupting Master Narratives Of Women Of ColorAmanda Vickery, Arizona State UniversityGendered Political Socialization: Internal Political Efficacy And Political Participation Among South Korean AdolescentsTaehan Kim, Korea National Open University; Dong Jin Kim, Seoul National UniversityBlack Youth Activism In An Age Of #blacklivesmatterChrystal Johnson, Purdue University; Harvey Hinton, North Carolina Central University; James Holly, Purdue University“always Remember What's Behind You So You Can Reach What's In Front Of You”: Migrant Youth Negotiating The Boundaries Of Civic BelongingPatrick Keegan, New York University
3:45pm-5:00pm
Room 2000Room 2001Room 2002Room 2003Room 2004Room 2005Room 2006Room 2007Room 2008Room 2009
Session Chair: Christina Tschida, East Carolina UniversityCrafting Compelling Questions: Facilitating Inquiry And Critical Thinking In K-8 Social StudiesChristina Tschida, East Carolina University; Lisa Buchanan, Univeristy of North Carolina - Wilmington; Allen Guidry, East Carolina University; Seth Brown, North Carolina State University Session Chair: Sarah Shear, Penn State University-Altoona

Adjusted session time is 4:00-5:15

Join the leadership from CUFA, NSSA, CS4, and IA for a town hall event! Topics for presentation and discussion are the goals of the affiliated groups, growing our collaborations, the NCSS strategic plan, local, state, and national social studies advocacy, and much more. 

Thank you to Scott Abbott, Harris Payne, Jing Williams, Rebecca Bush, Mert Martens, and Tina Heafner for their efforts to bring this session to San Francisco! 

Session Chair: Hanadi Shatara, Teachers College-Columbia University

Session Speaker: Patrick Camangian, University of San Francisco

 

Table 1: Broadening Understandings of Citizenship

Discussant: Noreen Naseem Rodriguez, Iowa State University

Undocumented, Unafraid, and Sacred: Thinking through Conceptions of Civics by Undocumented Activists with Agamben's Homo Sacer (Jesus Tirado, University of Georgia)

New Immigrants and Citizenship (Binaya Subedi, Ohio State University)

Developing Critical Pedagogies through Experience: A Case Study of an African American Female Preservice Teacher and the Teaching of History (Deleandrea Hall, University of Texas-Austin)

 

Table 2: Student-Centered Research

Discussant: Anthony Brown, University of Texas-Austin

Preparing for Trump: Racial Literacy and a Movement Toward Anti-Oppressive Pedagogy (Ryan Oto, University of Minnesota)

Seeing History through Multiple Lenses: The Rolse of Students' Experiences with Language and Race/Ethnicity in Developing Historical Empathy and Presentation (Maribel Santiago, Michigan State University)

Religion, Race, and Civics: The Entanglements of Identities in Notions of Citizenship (Esther Kim, University of Texas-Austin)

 

Table 3: Black Lives Matter and #sayhername

Discussant: Ireana Walker, University of Central Florida

"But what of Black Women?": Black Women's Representation in Elementary Social Studies Textbooks (Kristen Duncan, Texas State University)

The Revolution Will Be Live: Examining Educational (In)Justice through the Lens of Black Lives Matter (Amy J. Samuels, University of Motevallo; Gregory L. Samuels, University of Motevallo; Brandon J. Haas, Plymouth State University)

Social Studies Teachers' Approaches to Discussing the Black Lives Matter Movement (Jason Endacott, University of Arkansas; John Broome, University of Mary Washington; Matt Dingler, University of Arkansas)

 

Table 4: Historical Empathy/Historical Literacy

Discussant: Amanda Vickery, Arizona State University

They Want to But Can't Do It All: Exploring How Urban Teachers Manage Culturally Responsive Pedagogy and the Teaching of Historical Literacy (Maria Tope Akinyele, CUNY Graduate Center; Terrie Epstein, Hunter College)

"Remember the struggles": Tranformative Civic Education in the U.S. Virgin Islands (Annaly Babb-Guerra, University of Wisconsin)

Stories of Slavery: Texts and Tasks to Promote Historical Thinking and Empathy (Sarah Thomson, University of Michigan)

 

Table 5: Reflections on Teacher Education

Discussant: Hanadi Shatara, Teachers College-Columbia University

Interpreting Black History: Towards a Black History Framework for Teacher Education (LaGarrett King, University of Missouri)

Confronting the Marginalizations of Critical Multicultural Social Studies (Omiunota Ukpokodu, University of Missouri-Kansas City)

Fear, Structure, and Understanding: A Self Study on Teaching Against Racism in an Elementary Social Studies Methods Course (Elizabeth Kenyon, Kent State University)

Session Chair: Bretton Varga, University of South Florida

Contemporary Issues Dialogue Presenters: Bretton Varga, University of South Florida; J.B. Mayo, Jr., University of Minnesota; Kathie Kanavel, Santa Clara Unified School District; Laurie Stapleton, Santa Clara Unified School District; Andrew Lucia, Santa Clara Unified School District; Mary Kay Going, Mooreland School District

Session Chair: Wayne Journell, University of North Carolina-Greensboro

Discussant: Diana Hess, University of Wisconsin

 

Meeting The Challenge Of Teaching Controversial Issues: Domestic And International StudiesJudith Pace, University of San Francisco; Jeremy Stoddard, College of William and Mary; Jane Lo, Florida State University; Li-Ching Ho, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Keith Barton, Indiana University
Session Chair: Joel Westheimer, University of Ottawa

Discussant: Joel Westheimer, University of Ottawa

Symposium Presenters: John Rogers, UCLA; Joseph Kahne, University of California-Riverside; Anthonly Berryman, UCLA; Claudia Diera, UCLA, Matthew Brillinger, University of Ottawa; Agata Soroko, University of Ottawa; Joel Westheimer, University of Ottawa

Session Chair: Evan Mooney, Montclair State University“science, Not Silence”: Enacting Democratic Citizenship In Response To The Rise Of Anti-science Attitudes In Government And SocietyEvan Mooney, Montclair State University; Vanessa Klein, Montclair State University Session Chair: Rebecca Christ, University of Missouri

Gerardo J. Aponte-Martinez, Michigan State University; Christopher Busey, University of Florida; Rebecca Christ, University of Missouri; Barbara C. Cruz, University of South Florida; Ana Díaz Beltrán, Penn State University; Tommy Ender, Loyola University-Maryland; Cinthia Salinas, University of Texas-Austin 

 

A note to attendees: This panel reflects on the possibilities of being Latin@/Latinx/Latin American@ within the field of social studies. The session will be held primarily in the Spanish language, but speakers of all languages are welcome and invited to participate in discussion.

Session Chair: Sarah Mathews, Florida International University

Discussant: Kristy Brugar, University of Oklahoma

 

“we’re Rags To Riches”: Critical Consciousness Of The American Dream In Culturally Diverse ClassroomsHillary Parkhouse, Virginia Commonwealth University; Bryan Arnold, Virginia Commonwealth UniversityChanging Perspectives: Working With Teachers To Create Social Studies Curriculum To Increase Students’ Perspective-taking AbilitiesWilliam Toledo, University of MichiganTeaching Against Islamophobia As Justice-oriented Citizenship In Elementary Social Studies EducationAaron Bodle, James Madison University; Elizabeth Bellows, Appalachian State UniversityOpen-minded Children? Investigating The Outcomes Of An Elementary World Cultures CurriculumHeidi Torres, University of Oklahoma
Session Chair: Dan Bordwell, University of Minnesota

Discussant: Megan List, Youngstown State University

 

Gendered Tweets? Examining Women And Men’s Participation In #sschatMardi Schmeichel, University of Georgia; Stacey Kerr, Central Michigan University‘i Am Woman. I Am Of Fire -the Kindling Of Creation’: Mapping The Journey From Feminist Woman To Feminist TeacherH. Scottie Johnson, University of Texas at AustinStories Of Feminism: Students’ Historical And Contemporary Perceptions Of GenderLauren Colley, University of Alabama; Dan Krutka, University of North TexasGetting Schooled: An Auto-ethnography Of A Teacher Educator’s Return To The Secondary Social Studies ClassroomSunny Wells, Baylor University
5:15pm-6:00pm
(Room 2003)
6:00pm-7:00pm
(Room 2003)

Wayne Au, University of Washington-Bothell

Kevin Kumashiro, Kevin Kumashiro Consulting

Christine Sleeter, California State University-Monterey Bay

7:15pm-9:00pm
(Third Floor Open Area)
Friday, 17 November 2017
8:00am-10:00am
(Union Square, InterContinental Hotel)
8:45am-9:45am
(Room 2008)Learning To Critique News And Speeches: How To Teach Argument Writing, Historical Thinking, And Civic Reasoning To Diverse Middle School StudentsChauncey Monte-Sano, University of Michigan; Sarah Thomson, University of Michigan; Jared Aumen, University of Michigan; Ryan Emery Hughes, University of Michigan
10:00am-11:00am
(Room 2008)Sharing Our Stories: Supporting Social Studies With Digital Storytelling Tools By, About, And For Native YouthMeredith McCoy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1:00pm-2:00pm
(Room 2008)Teaching Toward Justice In Civic Education: Applying Lessons From Innovative Global ClassroomsMelissa Gibson, Marquette University College of Education
2:15pm-3:15pm
(Room 2008)Grappling With The Charged Classroom In Politically Contentious TimesJudith Pace, University of San Francisco; Terence Beck, University of Puget Sound; Patricia Avery, University of Minnesota; Paula McAvoy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
3:30pm-4:30pm
(Room 2008)What Do We Know About Promoting Religious Literacy In Social Studies Classrooms?Sarah Brooks, Millersville University
4:45pm-5:45pm
(Room 2008)Teaching Difficult History Through FilmJeremy Stoddard, College of William and Mary; David Hicks, Virginia Tech; Alan Marcus, University of Connecticut; Ben Walsh, Historical Association (UK); Stephanie Vanhover, University of Virginia; Anthony Brown, University of Texas - Austin; Keffrelyn Brown, University of Texas - Austin; Christine Stanton, Montana State University

 

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