Volume 11, Number 2, Summer 2016

Social Studies Research and Practice 

 

Volume 11, Number 2, Summer 2016

 

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Editor’s Notes
RESEARCH
Confronting Gender Imbalance in High School History

Textbooks Through the C3 Framework

 

Kay A. Chick

Penn State Altoona

Stacey Corle

Penn State Altoona

 

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Portrayals of Immigrants in Trade Books

(1880-1930s & 1980-2010s)

 

Rina Bousalis

Florida Atlantic University

 

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Researching the Historical Representations of Andrew Jackson in Trade Books

 

Steven K. Sakowicz

Kasetsart University Laboratory School

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Minimum vs. essential?: The translation and trajectory of policy into practice

 

Stephanie van Hover

University of Virginia

 

David Hicks

Virginia Tech

 

Elizabeth Washington

University of Florida

 

Melissa Lisanti

Radford University

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PRACTICE    
Representation of the Holocaust:  Alternative Views

Stephanie Schneider

State University of New York College at Old Westbury

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Making Sense of Public Issues with Songs

 

James B. Howell

The University of Southern Mississippi

 

Cory Callahan

The University of Alabama

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SOCIAL JUSTICE FEATURE
Informing the Bent Golden Rule or Reforming It – The Platinum Rule

 

Lois M. Christensen

Anaiza Medina

University of Alabama Birmingham

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TECHNOLOGY FEATURE
A Wordle to the Wise:

Using “Word Clouds” Meaningfully in the Classroom

 

Mark Pearcy

Rider University

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NOTABLE BOOKS FEATURE
The Giant and How He Humbugged America

Written by Jim Murphy

 

Sarah Hartman

College of Coastal Georgia

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The Blessing Cup

Written by Patricia Polacco

 

Sarah Hartman

College of Coastal Georgia

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