Social Studies Today: Research and Practice
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- Social Studies in Elementary Education (14th Edition)
- How to Design Questions and Tasks to Assess Student Thinking
- What Teachers Really Need to Know About Formative Assessment
- Instructional Strategies for Middle and High School Social Studies: Methods, Assessment, and Classroom Management
- Comprehension Connections: Bridges to Strategic Reading
- How to Give Effective Feedback to Your Students
- Connecting Comprehension and Technology: Adapt and Extend Toolkit Practices
- Teaching What Really Happened: How to Avoid the Tyranny of Textbooks and Get Students Excited About Doing History (Multicultural Education Series)
- Historical Thinking and Other Unnatural Acts: Charting the Future of Teaching the Past (Critical Perspectives On The Past)
- The Political Classroom: Evidence and Ethics in Democratic Education (Critical Social Thought)
Social Studies Today will help educators―teachers, curriculum specialists, and researchers―think deeply about contemporary social studies education. More than simply learning about key topics, this collection invites readers to think through some of the most relevant, dynamic, and challenging questions animating social studies education today.
With 12 new chapters highlighting recent developments in the field, the second edition features the work of major scholars such as James Banks, Diana Hess, Joel Westheimer, Meira Levinson, Sam Wineburg, Beth Rubin, Keith Barton, Margaret Crocco, and more. Each chapter tackles a specific question on issues such as the difficulties of teaching historical thinking in the classroom, responding to high-stakes testing, teaching patriotism, judging the credibility of Internet sources, and teaching with film and geospatial technologies.
Accessible, compelling, and practical, these chapters―full of rich examples and illustrations―showcase some of the most original thinking in the field, and offer pre- and in-service teachers alike a panoramic window on social studies curricula and instruction and new ways to improve them.
Walter C. Parker is Professor and Chair of Social Studies Education and (by courtesy) Professor of Political Science at the University of Washington, Seattle.