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Teaching American history : essays adapted from the Journal of American history, 2001-2007

Author: Gary John Kornblith; Carol Lasser
Publisher: Boston, MA : Bedford/St. Martin's, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gary John Kornblith; Carol Lasser
ISBN: 9780312484163 031248416X
OCLC Number: 230197999
Description: xv, 255 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: Reflections on textbooks and teaching --
Teaching the American history survey in the twenty-first century: a roundtable discussion --
Reflections of a longtime textbook author; or, history revised, revised-and revised again / Mary Beth Norton --
The challenges and rewards of textbook writing / an interview with Alan Brinkley --
Textbook publishing: an ecological view / Steve Forman --
By the book: assessing the place of textbooks in U.S. survey courses / Daniel J. Cohen --
Exploring the wide world of sports: taking a class to the (virtual) Olympics / Amy Bass --
"It was as if we were never there": recovering Detroit's past for history and theater / Charles Bright --
"Bringing history to life": oral history, community research, and multiple levels of learning / A. Glenn Crothers --
La Castaña Project: a history field laboratory experience / Cecilia Aros Hunter, Leslie Gene Hunter --
Re-visioning women's history through service learning / Catherine Badura Oglesby --
On the road and out of the box: teaching the Civil Rights Movement from a chrysler minivan / Alyssa Picard, Joseph J. Gonzalez --
"Forgotten voices and different memories": how students at California State Univertsity, Monterey Bay, became their own historians / David A. Reichard --
Teaching students to become producers of new historical knowledge on the Web / Kathryn Kish Sklar --
The collaborative research seminar / John Wertheimer --
Using historical landscape to stimulate historical imagination: a memoir of climbing outside the box / James P. Whittenburg --
A modest proposal: less (authority) is more (learning) / Michael Zuckerman --
Uncoverage: toward a signature pedagogy for the history survey / Lendol Calder --
Ways of seeing: evidence and learning in the history classroom / Michael Coventry [and others] --
Crazy for history / Sam Wineburg --
Recasting the narrative of America: the rewards and challenges of teaching American Indian history / Ned Blackhawk --
Black history is American history: teaching African American history in the twenty-first century / Allison Dorsey --
Exposing the price of ignorance: teaching Asian American history in Michigan / Scott Kurashige --
Playing the pivot: teaching Latina/o history in good times and bad / Pablo Mitchell --
Teaching "straight" gay and lesbian history / Nancy C. Unger.
Other Titles: Journal of American history (Bloomington, Ind.)
Responsibility: edited by Gary J. Kornblith and Carol Lasser.
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