Volume 10, Number 3, Winter 2015

Social Studies Research and Practice 

Volume 10, Number 3, Winter 2015

 

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Editor’s Notes
RESEARCH
Teachers Collaborate Using Lesson Study:

Implications for Early Childhood Social Studies Students

 

Janie D. Hubbard

The University of Alabama

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Examining Second Graders’ Construction and Interpretation of Questions Used During Interviews

 

Lynn Allyson Kelley

University of West Alabama

 

Lee Freeman

University of Alabama

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PRACTICE
Tackling Controversial Topics: Developing Thematic Text Sets for Elementary Social Studies

 

Christina M. Tschida

East Carolina University

 

Lisa Brown Buchanan

University of North Carolina Wilmington

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Building Prospective Early Childhood Teachers Content Knowledge Through Historical Reasoning Tasks

 

Amy B. Palmeri

Vanderbilt University

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Encouraging Awareness of Environment through Art and Print

 

Lori T.   Meier

Huili Hong

Millie Robinson

Edward J.   Dwyer

East Tennessee State University

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Grappling with Death and Loss through Children’s Literature in the Social Studies

 

Brad M. Maguth

Rachel Boit

The University of Akron

 

Lisa Muenz

Western Reserve Local Schools

 

Faith R. Smith

Wonder World Child Development Center

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Social Studies Investigations for Young Citizens: Passports to Inquiry, Community, and Partnerships

 

Kathleen I. Harris

Seton Hill University

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INTERDISCIPLINARY
Including Young Learners with Special Needs in Social Studies Classrooms

 

Joe Johnson

Troy University

 

Ruth Busby

Troy University

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NOTABLE BOOK FEATURES
While You Are Sleeping

Written by Durga Bernhard

 

Lynn Kelley

University of West Alabama

 

Tammy Brown

Faulkner University

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The Champion of Children: The Story of Janusz Korczak

Written by Tomek Bogacki

 

Mary E. Haas

West Virginia University

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The Cupcake Thief

Written by Ellen Jackson

 

Melinda Odom Staubs

Jacksonville State University

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The Recess Queen

Written by Alexis O’Neill

 

Amanda Daniel Pendergrass

The University of West Alabama

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Jake’s Best Thumb

Written by Ilene Cooper

 

Dana Rolison

Mae Daniel

University of West Alabama

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F is for Friendship: A Quilt Alphabet

Written by Helen L. Wilbur

 

Melina Vaughan

Esther Howard

The University of West Alabama

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Neo Leo: The Ageless Ideas of Leonardo da Vinci

Now & Ben: The Modern Inventions of Benjamin Franklin

Timeless Thomas: How Thomas Edison Changed Our Lives

Written by Gene Barretta

 

Jenna Morgan

Ruby Pickens Tartt Library

 

Chafony Poole

East Central Community College

 

Lynn Kelley

University of West Alabama

 

Jodie Winship

University of West Alabama

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