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NCSS/CUFA Presentations from fellow Social Studies Education SIG Members

Posted Nov. 18, 2014 2:25 a.m. by RichardHartshorne

Hello all,

We thought we would share a number of presentations at CUFA/NCSS from some of our fellow Social Studies Education SIG. If you are attending, have a great trip to Boston...we hope to see you there.


Scott Waring & Richard Hartshorne Co-Chairs, Social Studies Education SIG

Wednesday, November 19th

Title: Instructional Exposure, Student Selection and History Content Knowledge Time: 4:30-5:45 PM Presenter(s): Paul Fitchett & Tina Heafner (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) Location: Hynes Center 202

Title: Gender Differences in Social Studies Technology Integration Time: 4:30-5:45 PM Presenter(s): Tina Heafner (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) Location: Haynes Center 205

Title: M-Constructivism: Developing Constructivist Pedagogy to Support Mobile Learning Time: 4:30-5:45 PM Presenter(s): David Fuentes, Heejung An, & Sandy Alon (William Paterson University) Location: Hynes Center 205

Thursday, November 20th

Title: SQUARSS: Exploring Multiple Methods of Quantitative Research Time: 9:30-10:45 AM Presenter(s): Judith Torney-Purta (University of Maryland), Ryan Knowles (University of Missouri-Columbia), Paul Fitchett (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), Tina Heafner (University of North Carolina at Charlotte), Philip VanFossen (Purdue University), Sherri Sklarwitz (Boston University), Julia Higdon (Harvard University), Peter Levine (Tufts University), Kei Kawashima (Tufts University) Location: Hynes Center 200

Friday, November 21st

Title: Emerging Technologies Every Social Studies Methods Educator Should Know Time: 5:20-6:15 PM Presenter(s): Scott Waring & Richard Hartshorne (University of Central Florida) Location: Hynes Center 313

Saturday, November 22nd

Title: Designing Primers: Scaffolding Students’ (and Teachers’) Thinking About Historical Photographs Time: 9:05-10:15 AM Presenter: Cory Callahan (University of Alabama) Location: Bolyston Hall (3rd floor)

Title: Teaching Peace: A Collaboration Project with an Urban District (poster) Time: 10:10-11:05 AM Presenter: Jim Daly (Seton Hall University). Location: Bolyston Hall (3rd floor)

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