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Educating about social issues in the 20th and 21st centuries : a critical annotated bibliography

Author: Samuel Totten; Jon E Pedersen
Publisher: Charlotte, NC : Information Age Publishing, Inc., [2012-2014]
Series: Social issues in education.; Research in curriculum and instruction.
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Volume 4 has subtitle: Critical pedagogues and their pedagogical theories

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Genre/Form: Bibliography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Totten; Jon E Pedersen
ISBN: 9781617355738 1617355739 9781623961633 1623961637 9781623965242 1623965241 9781623966294 1623966299 9781617355721 1617355720 9781623961626 1623961629 9781623965235 1623965233 9781623966287 1623966280
OCLC Number: 747712919
Notes: Volume 4 has subtitle: Critical pedagogues and their pedagogical theories.
Description: 4 volumes ; 24 cm.
Contents: Volume 1. The history of teaching and learning about social issues: an overview --
John Dewey and teaching and learning and social issues --
George S. Counts and social issues --
Propaganda analysis: its background and prospects --
Harold Ruggs and educating about social issues --
The Hunt and Metcalf model of reflective study of social issues --
Oliver, Shaver, and Newmann's public issues model: promoting productive civic discussions --
Massialas and Cox: the reflective inquiry model --
The Engle/Ochoa decision-making model --
Human rights education --
Holocaust education --
Sustainability education --
Teaching and learning economics in the schools: an overview of the origins and evolution of economic education in the United States of America --
Global education and issues-centered education --
Multicultural education --
James Beane's integrative curriculum approach to engaging students in a study of social issues and community service --
Science, technology, society, and socioscientific issues: the evolution of a social issues approach to teaching science --
Addressing social issues in the English classroom --
Genocide education --
Interdisciplinary approaches to incorporating social issues in the curriculum --
Touching the sacred garment: Paulo Freire, the Frankfurt school, and beyond --
Issues of academic freedom --
Using technology to analyze, discuss, and/or act on social issues in the classroom. Volume 2. Chapter 1: Alan F. Griffin: Reflective Thought and Social Studies for Democracy --
Chapter 2: Boyd H. Bode: Missionary for Democracy --
Chapter 3: H. Gordon Hullfish: Practitioner, Promulgator, and Protector of Democracy --
Chapter 4: Richard E. Gross: Addressing Controversial Issues in the Classroom --
Chapter 5: Robert E. Yager: Science/Technology/Society (STS) Proponent --
Chapter 6: James Banks: A Pioneer in Multicultural Education --
Chapter 7: Digital Geography for Issues-Based Instruction --
Chapter 8: Second Class Citizens in the Social Studies Curriculum --
Chapter 9: Peace Education Praxis --
Chapter 10: The Vietnam War --
Chapter 11: LGBT and the Extant School Curriculum --
Chapter 12: Social Justice Teaching. Volume 3. Using discussion to facilitate student engagement in social issues / Lara Willox and Jeff Passe --
Incorporating writing into the classroom to address social issues: analysis and action / Sarah Staples-Farmer and Loukia K. Sarroub --
Using technology to analyze, discuss, and/or act on social issues in the classroom / Elizabeth Yeager Washington and Emma K. Humphries --
Incorporating primary documents into a study of social issues / Samuel Totten and Karen L. Riley --
Incorporating oral history into a study of social issues / William R. Fernekes and Samuel Totten --
Incorporating political cartoons into an examination of social issues across the Curriculum / Samuel Totten --
Using films to address social issues in the classroom / William B. Russell III and Joshua L. Kenna --
Let the music play on: using music to address social issues / Mark A. Previte --
Incorporating the visual arts into a study of social issues / Mindy Spearman --
Using historical fiction to help students gain a deeper understanding of key social issues / Jodi L. Bornstein --
Integrating literature into a study of social issues in United States history: adding context, emotion, and perspective / Mary Beth Henning and Todd Johnson --
Incorporating literature into the study of social issues in government and civics / Elizabeth Yeager Washington --
Incorporating role playing and simulations in an examination of key social issues / Barbara Slater Stern and Steven L. Purcell --
Trends and issues in global education / Guichun Zong and Sohyun An. Volume 4. Preface: Reflections on Critical Theory in Education / Ronald Evans --
Introduction / Samuel Totten --
1. Critical Theory in Education / Tabitha Dell'Angelo, Gregory Seaton, and Nathaniel Smith --
2. Critical Feminism in Education / Desiree R. Lindbom-Cho, Kirsten T. Edwards, Kenneth J. Fasching-Varner, and Roland W. Mitchell --
3. Critical Race Theory in Education / Laura Quaynor and Timothy Lintner --
4. Pedagogy of Reinvention: Paulo Freire in 20th and 21st Century Education / Gail Russell-Buffalo and Nichole Stanford --
5. Stanley Aronowitz: Reproaching Labor, the Political Left, and the Self-Imposed Limits of Public Education / Shaun Johnson --
6. Ira Shor / Cathy Leogrande --
7. Michael Apple: Neo-Marxist Analyst of Schooling, the Curriculum, and Education Policy / Miguel Zavala --
8. Jean Anyon: Social Theory and Education / Todd Cherner, Rachael Gabriel, & Jessica Nina Lester --
9. Henry Giroux and the "Crisis" of 21st Century Education / Gail Russell-Buffalo --
10. Transformative Praxis: Barry Kanpol and the Quest for a Public Identity / Karen Ragoonaden --
11. Evolving Critical Pedagogy: Contributions from Joe Kincheloe / Todd Cherner, Rachael Gabriel, & Jessica Nina Lester --
12. Peter McLaren: Intellectual Instigator / Lynda Kennedy --
13. bell hooks: Feminist Critique Through Love / Nancy Taber --
14. Kathleen Weiler: A Feminist Scholar/Educator for Change: Gender, Class and Power / Deborah Donahue-Keegan --
15. Christine Sleeter / Sara Carrigan Wooten, Reagan Mitchell, Kenneth Fasching-Varner, and Roland Mitchell --
16. William F. Tate, IV: Mathematics, Critical Race Theory and Social Justice: A Formula for Equitable Access and Opportunity to Learn / Charlene Johnson Carter and Michael Carter --
17. Gloria Ladson-Billings: Race, Voice and Social Justice / Charlene Johnson Carter --
18. The Scholarship of Carlos Alberto Torres: A Dialectic of Critique and Utopia / Christine Brigid Malsbary and Winmar Way --
19. Elizabeth Ellsworth / Kenneth J. Fasching-Varner, Margaret-Mary Sulentic-Dowell, Roland W. Mitchell, and Desiree R. Lindbom-Cho --
20. Gloria Anzaldúa's Radical Vision for Social and Political Transformation: Breaking Boundaries, Building Bridges, Changing Consciousness / Suniti Sharma --
21. Expanding Notions of Pedagogy: The Works of Carmen Luke / Lisa Edstrom & Rachel Roegman --
22. Patti Lather / Laura A. Valdiviezo and J. Lee O'Donnell.
Series Title: Social issues in education.; Research in curriculum and instruction.
Responsibility: edited by Samuel Totten, University of Arkansas at Fayetetteville, Jon E. Pedersen, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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