Volume 11, Number 1, Spring 2016

Social Studies Research and Practice 

Volume 11, Number 1, Spring 2016

 

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Editor’s Notes
RESEARCH
Portrayals of the U.S. in Translated International Children’s Literature: A Cosmopolitan Perspective

 

Sue C. Kimmel

Old Dominion University

 

Danielle E. Forest

The University of Southern Mississippi

 

Yonghee Suh

Old Dominion University

 

Kasey L. Garrison

Charles Sturt University

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Instruction for English Language Learners in the

Social Studies Classroom: A Meta-synthesis

 

Paul J. Yoder

Amanda Kibler

Stephanie van Hover

University of Virginia

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Making Them Fit: Examining Teacher Support for Student Questioning

 

Rebecca G. W. Mueller

University of Kentucky

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Trade Books’ Historical Representation of Anne Sullivan Macy, The Miracle Worker

 

John H. Bickford III

Katherine A. Silva

Eastern Illinois University

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Developing Preservice and Inservice Teachers’ Pedagogical Content Knowledge

in Economics

 

Cheryl A. Ayers

University Of Virginia

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ACTION RESEARCH
Divergent Views of Race: Examining Whiteness in the U.S. History Classroom

 

Christopher C. Martell

Boston University

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SOCIAL JUSTICE FEATURE
You Cannot Say That in American Schools: Attacks on the First Amendment

 

James R. Moore

Cleveland State University

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The Progressive Era: How American History Textbooks’ Visuals Represent Women

 

Frances Janeene Williams

Pettis County R-V School District

 

Linda B. Bennett

University of Missouri

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TECHNOLOGY FEATURE
Talking It Out: Online Discussion Forums in the Social Studies Classroom

 

Whitney G. Blankenship

Rhode Island College

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Using Digital Simulations for Teaching the Constitutional Convention in Undergraduate History

 

Katherine Assante Perrotta

Kennesaw State University

 

Joseph R. Feinberg

Georgia State University

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INTERDISCIPLINARY FEATURE
John Dewey’s Vision(s) for Interdisciplinary Social Studies

 

Thomas D. Fallace

William Paterson University of New Jersey

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