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The Resource Teaching social studies : a methods book for methods teachers, edited by S.G. Grant, John Lee, Kathy Swan

Teaching social studies : a methods book for methods teachers, edited by S.G. Grant, John Lee, Kathy Swan

Label
Teaching social studies : a methods book for methods teachers
Title
Teaching social studies
Title remainder
a methods book for methods teachers
Statement of responsibility
edited by S.G. Grant, John Lee, Kathy Swan
Creator
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Teaching social studies (Information Age Publishing)
Dewey number
300.71/2
Index
no index present
LC call number
H62
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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1969-
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  • Grant, S. G.
  • Lee, John
  • Swan, Kathy
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  • Social sciences
  • Inquiry-based learning
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE / Essays
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE / Reference
  • Social sciences
Label
Teaching social studies : a methods book for methods teachers, edited by S.G. Grant, John Lee, Kathy Swan
Instantiates
Publication
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online resource
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: The Task of Teaching Social Studies Methods / S. G. Grant, John Lee, and Kathy Swan -- Part 1: Learners and Learning -- Raising Your Voice: Engaging the Social Studies Through Spoken Word Poetry / Lauren Bagwell and Brooke Blevins -- Using Current Social Problems to Confront Pre-Service Teachers' Deficit Orientations of Their Candidates / Emilie M. Camp and Prentice T. Chandler -- Practicing Deliberative Discussion: A Supportive Protocol / Todd Dinkelman -- It's In the Bag: Alternative Assessment and the Brown Bag Exam / Jeremy Hilburn and Denise Ousley -- Images of Africa: The Influence of Culture and Experience on Perceptions of Place / Hannah Kim -- Becoming Critical Readers: Analyzing Authorship in Texts / Kimberly R. Logan, H. James Garrett, and Avner Segall -- Starting Them Early: The Social Studies Needs Assessment Assignment / Starlynn Nance -- Social Studies Through a Student's Eyes: Collaborative Action Research for Teachers and Students / Tony L. Talbert and Brooke E. Blevins -- Reconnecting With Your Teenage Self / Scott Wylie -- Part 2: Teachers and Teaching -- Invitation to a Dinner Party: Learning About Social Studies Leaders / Chara Bohan -- Lesson Plan Menu / Daniel T. Bordwell and Christopher H. Clark -- Pedagogical Toolbox Analysis: Jonathan Ryan Davis and Maureen Connolly -- Teacher Candidates Collaborate to Create an Interdisciplinary Assignment / Lorrei DiCamillo and Nancy M. Bailey -- Using Video Stimulated Recall to Reflect on Teaching and Adapt to Candidate Needs / Jason L. Endacott -- Feedback on Their Feedback / Brian Girard and Robert Bain -- The Object of the Exercise: Increasing the Role of Museums in the Social Studies Classroom / Jill M. Gradwell and Kathryn H. Leacock -- Cultivating Ambitious Practices: An Interdisciplinary Methods Model / Kevin W. Meuwissen and Jayne C. Lammers -- Constructing Rationales to Teach Controversial Issues / Thomas Misco -- Anticipating Social Studies Content / Kari Muente, Timothy Lintner, and Darren Minarik -- Part 3: Subject Matter -- Learning to Crosswalk: Horizon Content Knowledge in Economics / Cheryl A. Ayers -- Maps and Apps for Responsible Consumer Literacy / Jason Harshman -- History as Lived and Local / Jennifer Hauver -- Documenting Democracy: The Digital Short Project / Todd S. Hawley -- What is Significant? Grappling with Pre-service Teacher Perceptions of Historical Significance and Subject Content Knowledge / Aaron Johnson, David Hicks, and Stephanie van Hover -- Doing Local History: An Exercise Using the C3 Framework for Social Studies Methods Courses / Michael P. Marino and Margaret Smith Crocco -- Posting Perspectives: Evaluating Sources on Controversial Issues / Paul B. McHenry -- What Should I Teach? Conceptualizing Subject Matter / Rebecca Mueller, Lauren Colley, and Emma Thacker -- Methods of Integrating Current Events Into Social Studies Lessons / Jeff Passe -- Problematizing the Social Studies / Mark Pearcy -- "Commitment to Social Justice Is Not Enough; Love Is Not Enough": Helping New Social Studies Teachers Develop Content Knowledge for Teaching / Dave Powell -- Connecting Content to the World / Mardi Schmeichel -- Teachers as Decision Makers: Using a Document-Based Activity Structure (DBAS) to Create Social Studies Curriculum / Corey R. Sell and Philip E. Bernhardt -- Discussing Standards: A Dialogic Analysis of the NYS Social Studies Framework / Dennis Urban and Elina Lampert-Shepel -- Part 4: Context -- An Hour in Our Town / Erin Adams -- Experiencing a Different Field: Cultural Capital and the Classroom / Nick Bardo and Bárbara C. Cruz -- Picturing Social Studies / Kristy A. Brugar -- Community Mapping Video Podcast Project: Developing Teacher Candidates' Sociocultural Consciousness / Erik Jon Byker, Amy Good, and Nakeshia Williams -- Troubling the Familiar: The Institutionalized Racism Inquiry Project / Alexander Cuenca -- A "Lived-In" Secondary Social Studies Methods Course / Brad M. Maguth -- Mentoring, Public Outreach, and Social Justice Issues: Ingredients for a Powerful Professional Partnership / Joe O'Brien and Tina M. Ellsworth -- Tracking in Schools: Candidates Map Their Placement Context / Alexander Pope -- Academic Profiles: Connecting Kids, Data, and Practice / Kent Willmann
Control code
993624142
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781681238869
Lccn
2017033287
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)993624142
Label
Teaching social studies : a methods book for methods teachers, edited by S.G. Grant, John Lee, Kathy Swan
Publication
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction: The Task of Teaching Social Studies Methods / S. G. Grant, John Lee, and Kathy Swan -- Part 1: Learners and Learning -- Raising Your Voice: Engaging the Social Studies Through Spoken Word Poetry / Lauren Bagwell and Brooke Blevins -- Using Current Social Problems to Confront Pre-Service Teachers' Deficit Orientations of Their Candidates / Emilie M. Camp and Prentice T. Chandler -- Practicing Deliberative Discussion: A Supportive Protocol / Todd Dinkelman -- It's In the Bag: Alternative Assessment and the Brown Bag Exam / Jeremy Hilburn and Denise Ousley -- Images of Africa: The Influence of Culture and Experience on Perceptions of Place / Hannah Kim -- Becoming Critical Readers: Analyzing Authorship in Texts / Kimberly R. Logan, H. James Garrett, and Avner Segall -- Starting Them Early: The Social Studies Needs Assessment Assignment / Starlynn Nance -- Social Studies Through a Student's Eyes: Collaborative Action Research for Teachers and Students / Tony L. Talbert and Brooke E. Blevins -- Reconnecting With Your Teenage Self / Scott Wylie -- Part 2: Teachers and Teaching -- Invitation to a Dinner Party: Learning About Social Studies Leaders / Chara Bohan -- Lesson Plan Menu / Daniel T. Bordwell and Christopher H. Clark -- Pedagogical Toolbox Analysis: Jonathan Ryan Davis and Maureen Connolly -- Teacher Candidates Collaborate to Create an Interdisciplinary Assignment / Lorrei DiCamillo and Nancy M. Bailey -- Using Video Stimulated Recall to Reflect on Teaching and Adapt to Candidate Needs / Jason L. Endacott -- Feedback on Their Feedback / Brian Girard and Robert Bain -- The Object of the Exercise: Increasing the Role of Museums in the Social Studies Classroom / Jill M. Gradwell and Kathryn H. Leacock -- Cultivating Ambitious Practices: An Interdisciplinary Methods Model / Kevin W. Meuwissen and Jayne C. Lammers -- Constructing Rationales to Teach Controversial Issues / Thomas Misco -- Anticipating Social Studies Content / Kari Muente, Timothy Lintner, and Darren Minarik -- Part 3: Subject Matter -- Learning to Crosswalk: Horizon Content Knowledge in Economics / Cheryl A. Ayers -- Maps and Apps for Responsible Consumer Literacy / Jason Harshman -- History as Lived and Local / Jennifer Hauver -- Documenting Democracy: The Digital Short Project / Todd S. Hawley -- What is Significant? Grappling with Pre-service Teacher Perceptions of Historical Significance and Subject Content Knowledge / Aaron Johnson, David Hicks, and Stephanie van Hover -- Doing Local History: An Exercise Using the C3 Framework for Social Studies Methods Courses / Michael P. Marino and Margaret Smith Crocco -- Posting Perspectives: Evaluating Sources on Controversial Issues / Paul B. McHenry -- What Should I Teach? Conceptualizing Subject Matter / Rebecca Mueller, Lauren Colley, and Emma Thacker -- Methods of Integrating Current Events Into Social Studies Lessons / Jeff Passe -- Problematizing the Social Studies / Mark Pearcy -- "Commitment to Social Justice Is Not Enough; Love Is Not Enough": Helping New Social Studies Teachers Develop Content Knowledge for Teaching / Dave Powell -- Connecting Content to the World / Mardi Schmeichel -- Teachers as Decision Makers: Using a Document-Based Activity Structure (DBAS) to Create Social Studies Curriculum / Corey R. Sell and Philip E. Bernhardt -- Discussing Standards: A Dialogic Analysis of the NYS Social Studies Framework / Dennis Urban and Elina Lampert-Shepel -- Part 4: Context -- An Hour in Our Town / Erin Adams -- Experiencing a Different Field: Cultural Capital and the Classroom / Nick Bardo and Bárbara C. Cruz -- Picturing Social Studies / Kristy A. Brugar -- Community Mapping Video Podcast Project: Developing Teacher Candidates' Sociocultural Consciousness / Erik Jon Byker, Amy Good, and Nakeshia Williams -- Troubling the Familiar: The Institutionalized Racism Inquiry Project / Alexander Cuenca -- A "Lived-In" Secondary Social Studies Methods Course / Brad M. Maguth -- Mentoring, Public Outreach, and Social Justice Issues: Ingredients for a Powerful Professional Partnership / Joe O'Brien and Tina M. Ellsworth -- Tracking in Schools: Candidates Map Their Placement Context / Alexander Pope -- Academic Profiles: Connecting Kids, Data, and Practice / Kent Willmann
Control code
993624142
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781681238869
Lccn
2017033287
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)993624142

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