Social Studies Research and Practice

Volume 7, Number 1, Spring 2012

Editors Notes

 

RESEARCH

All We Know that May Be So in Economic Education

Mark C. Schug
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Ashley S. Harrison
The University of Tennessee Chattanooga
J.R. Clark
The University of Tennessee Chattanooga

PRACTICE

Tips for Teaching the High School Economics Course

Don R. Leet
California State University, Fresno
Jane S. Lopus
California State University, East Bay

Economics in the Media: Cool Tools for Teaching Economics

Tawni Hunt Ferrarini
Northern Michigan University

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Data Literacy Contributes to Critical Thinking:  FRED for the Classroom

Kathy Cosgrove
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Mary Suiter
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Scott Wolla
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

PDF

Classroom Societies and Common Markets: The Gem Fair

William C. Wood
James Madison University
Lynne F. Stover
James Madison University

Martha C. University
James Madison University

PDF

“Socializing Economics:” Using Practical Applications to Enliven Economic Theory

Jean Kufrin Rosales
Wayne Journell
University of North Carolina at Greensboro

PDF

SOCIAL JUSTICE

Anna Julia Cooper, Ph.D., and the Inequality of Economic Industry

Lois McFadyen Christensen
University of Alabama Birmingham

TECHNOLOGY

Assessing an Online Personal Finance Video Game 

Scott Niederjohn
Lakeland College

PDF

 

INTERDISCIPLINARY

Economics in World History: Two Success Stories

Lucien Ellington
University of Tennessee Chattanooga
M.A. McCoy
University of Tennessee Chattanooga

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NOTABLE TRADE BOOK LESSON PLAN ~

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Editors and Editorial Board

Executive Editor
Cynthia Szymanski Sunal, University of Alabama,
Co-Editors
Janet Smith Strickland, University of West Georgia,
jsmith9904@aol.com
Galen L. Ross, Back 2 The Drawing Board, MultiMedia
Managing Editor

Galen L. Ross, Back 2 The Drawing Board, MultiMedia back2thedrawingboard@hotmail.com