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The new social studies : people, projects, and perspectives

Author: Barbara Slater Stern
Publisher: Charlotte, N.C. : Information Age Pub. Inc, ©2010.
Series: Studies in the history of education (Greenwich, Conn.)
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Intends to sample the projects and individuals involved with the New Social Studies (NSS) in an attempt to provide an understanding of what came before and to suggest guidance to those concerned with  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
New social studies.
Charlotte, N.C. : Information Age Pub. Inc, ©2010
(DLC) 2009025613
(OCoLC)419263851
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Slater Stern
ISBN: 9781617352850 1617352853
OCLC Number: 827237115
Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 498 pages).
Contents: National security trumps social progress: the era of the new social studies in retrospect / Ronald W. Evans --
Hilda Taba: social studies reform from the bottom up / Barbara Slater Stern --
Fannie Shaftel and her new social studies / Jane Bernard-Powers --
Can you still catch fish with new social studies bait? Ted Fenton and the Carnegie-Mellon (social studies) project / Michelle D. Cude --
"The quest for relevancy": Allan Kownslar and historical inquiry in the new social studies movement / Elizabeth Yeager Washington and Robert L. Dahlgren --
Leader-writers: the contributions of Donald Oliver, Fred Newmann, and James Shaver to the Harvard social studies project / Chara Haeussler Bohan and Joseph R. Feinberg --
Harold Berlak and the Metropolitan St. Louis studies project: cultivating social studies at the local level / Carol Klages --
A red headed stepchild of social reconstruction: sociology and the new social studies / Karen L. Riley --
Geography and the new social studies: the high school geography project and Georgia geography curriculum project / Joseph P. Stoltman --
Economics and the new social studies / Beverly J. Armento --
Anthropology and the anthropology projects, long ago in a galaxy far away / Murry Nelson --
Making sense of it all: a research synthesis on the impact of man: a course of study / Chrystal S. Johnson --
American political behavior: the project and the people / Carole L. Hahn --
Small projects of the new social studies (bring back the best) / John D. Hoge --
The fight over MACOS / Larry Kraus --
The "history problem" in curricular reform: a warning to constructivists from the new social studies movement / Geoffrey Scheurman and Keith Reynolds --
We won't get fooled again; will we?? Teacher perceptions of the new social studies / Mark A. Previte --
The new social studies and the ethos of multiculturalism / Gloria Contreras --
Lies and history: unmasking academic complacency / David Warren Saxe --
The wisdom of experience and practice / Mary E. Haas --
Inquiry teaching and learning: is there, was there, a cutting edge in social studies? Or, my life as an "inquiry" social studies teacher / Zack Zevin --
Leveraging technology for student inquiry: technology in the new social studies and today / Meghan McGlinn Manfra.
Series Title: Studies in the history of education (Greenwich, Conn.)
Responsibility: edited by Barbara Slater Stern.

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