Social Studies Research and Practice

Volume 5, Number 1, Spring 2010

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Editors Notes


CALL FOR APPLICATION ~ Section Editor, Interdisciplinary Education Feature

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS ~ Special Theme Issue on Economics, Spring 2012


Examining How Historical Agency Works in Children’s Literature

James S. Damico
Indiana University 

Mark Baildon
Centre for Research in Pedagogy and Practice
National Institute of Education, Singapore

Daniel Greenstone
Oak Park and River Forest High School

Why Teach About Globalization? Pre-service Teachers’ Perceptions of the Benefits and Challenges of Teaching Globalization Issues

Zhanna Barchuk
Mary Jane Harkins
Mount Saint Vincent University

Beyond MIVCA: How Social Studies Student Teachers Negotiate the National Council for the Social Studies’ (NCSS) Curriculum Guidelines for Powerful Teaching and Learning

Kristal Curry
Indiana University at Bloomington

Implementing Social Action Curriculum in an Elementary Classroom: Reflections from the Journey

Michelle Vander Veldt
Jennifer Ponder
California State University, Fullerton

Engaging 9/11 as a Learning Event: Teachers’ Perspectives Examined

Beverly B. Ray
Cynthia Lee A. Pemberton
Idaho State University


Student Teachers at Work: Shifting the Orientation of Planning for Teacher Activities to Planning for Student Learning

Ana M. Serrano
Loyola Marymount University


Hazard Education in 4th to 7th Grade Social Studies Courses in Turkey

Adem Öcal
Aksaray University, Turkey

Building Effective Citizens through 2009 National Council for the Social Studies Notable Picture Books

Kay A. Chick
Penn State University, Altoona

A Sequencing Framework for Middle Grades Social Studies Instructional Units

Allen Guidry
Jamin Carson
East Carolina University

Cereal Box Dioramas of Native American Cultures: A Collaborative Project

Audrey C. Rule
Amy K. Lockhart
Frank Darrah
Lois A. Lindell
University of Northern Iowa


NOTABLE TRADE BOOKS ~ Section Editor’s Notes

Judy D. Butler
University of West Georgia

Notable Trade Book Lesson Plan: My Rows and Piles of Coins

Karen M. Hempson
Susana Davidenko
State University of New York at Cortland

Notable Trade Book Lesson Plan: Let It Begin Here! Lexington & Concord: First Battles of the American Revolution

Glovis South
Heard County Middle School, Georgia 

Cristine G. Goldberg
University of West Georgia

Notable Trade Book Lesson Plan: A Little Peace

Cynthia Szymanski Sunal
Dennis W. Sunal
Sharon Ross
The University of Alabama 

Lynn A. Kelley
University of West Alabama

SOCIAL JUSTICE ~ Bending the Golden Rule

Lois McFadyen Christensen
University of Alabama at Birmingham

TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION ~ Digital Toolkits for Teachers

Mark Hofer
College of William & Mary 

Kathleen Owings
University of Kentucky

Emma Thacker
University of Louisville

READY-TO-TEACH ~ Teaching Elementary Social Studies Methods: Looking Back to Move Forward

Patrice Preston-Grimes
University of Virginia


Article Submission Checklist

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Notable Book Lesson Plan Submission Checklist

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Editors and Editorial Board

Executive Editor
Cynthia Szymanski Sunal, University of Alabama,
Janet Smith Strickland, University of West Georgia,
Danilo M. Baylen, University of West Georgia,
Managing Editor
Danilo M. Baylen, University of West Georgia,
Editorial Board
Lois McFadyen Christensen, University of Alabama at Birmingham,
Elizabeth K. Wilson, The University of Alabama,

Contributing Editors

Notable Trade Books
Judy Butler, University of West Georgia,

Social Justice
Lois McFadyen Christensen, University of Alabama at Birmingham,

Technology Integration
Mark Hofer, College of William and Mary,
Kathy Swan, University of Kentucky,

Interdisciplinary Education
Elizabeth K. Wilson, The University of Alabama,
Tammy Cook, The University of Alabama,

Board of Reviewers

Lee Adcock
Mary Frances Agnello
Marsha Alibrandi
Jerry Alridge
Wayne Au
Zhanna Barchuk
Keith Barton
Sarah Bair
Rom Banaszak
Candy Beal
Phillip Bernhart
James Binko
Lee Bisland
Chara Bohan
Diane Brantley
Veronica Cruz Burchard
Susie Burroughs
Joyce Burstein
Ruth Busby
Sandra Byrd
Steven Camicia
Kenneth Carano
Jamin Carson
June Chapin
Lorraine Clevenger-Schmertzing
Margit Codispoti
Sherri Colby
Dawn Corso
Jim Couch
Alden Craddock
Kristal Curry
Alden Dahlgren
Frank Darrah
Susanna Davidenko
Jason Endacott
Sam Evans
Beryl Exley
Thomas Fallace
Mohammed Farouk
Jason Fitzgerald
Harvey Foyle
Cheryl Franklin Torrez
Adam Friedman
Nancy Gallavan
Amy Good
Annalee Good
Kimberley C. Gray
Erin Groce
Allen Guidry
Mary Haas
Thomas A.Hammond
Dwight Hare
Barbara Hatcher
Todd S. Hawley
Tina Heafner
Karen Hempson
Gail Hickey
Blythe Hinitz
Lori Holcomb
Janie Hubbard
Lisa Hutton
Chris Inman
William (Bill) Irwin
Edric Johnson
Wayne Journell
Khodadad Kaviani
Christy Keeler
Lynn Kelley
Andrea Kent
Lynn Kirkland
Eric Langhorst
Karon LeCompte
John Lee
Andrea Libresco
Lin Lin
Lois Lindell
Mary Little
Timothy Lintner
Amy Lockhart
Michael Lovorn
Ashley Lucas
Thomas A. Lucey
Megan Manfra
Patricia Marshall
Lisa Matherson
Paula B. Mathis
Melissa Matusevich
Joan Mazur
Liza McAninch
Theresa McCormick
Meghan McGlinn
Andrew McMurray
Andrea Minear
Thomas A. Minsco
Berna Mutlu
Jim Moore
Allison Nazzal
Gloria Neubert
Kathryn Obenchain
Jason O’Brien
Adem Öcal
Carolyn O’Mahoney
Azadeh Osanloo
Judy Pace
Jeff Passe
Nancy Patterson
Cynthia Lee Pemberton
Robert Pettapiece
Linda Pickett
Alexander Pope IV
Dave Powell
Andre Rapoport
Todd Reese
Cynthia Williams Resor
Michelle Reidel
Jason Ritter
Susan Santoli
Ellen Santora
James Shiveley
Jennifer Simpson
Timothy Skelar
Melinda Staubs
Lynda Stone
Lynne Farrell Stover
Derry Stufft
Dorothy Suskind
Kathy Swan
Leigh Tanner
Kathleen Tate
Jennifer Troncale
Omiunota Ukpokodu
Michelle VanderVeldt
Kenneth Vogler
Nacy Walker
Robert Waterson
David White
Rodney White

Additional Notes

Acceptance rate for the Social Studies Research and Practice journal is 9% at the time this issue was published.