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Session 0.3

Chair: Lauren Colley, University of Kentucky
Discussant: Alan Marcus, University of Connecticut

  • Paper 1: Historical Inquiry and the Development of Counternarratives
          Brooke Blevins, Baylor University; Cinthia Salinas, University of Texas at Austin
  • Paper 2: Resistance to the Grand Narrative: Genealogy as Unofficial History in the Classroom
          Katie Knapp, Kent State University
  • Paper 3: Immigration, Conflicting Images, Representation of Asian American Experiences in the U.S. History Curriculum
          Yonghee Suh, Old Dominion University; Sohyun An, Kennesaw State University
  • Paper 4: Beating a Dead Horse? Making Textbook Content Analysis Worthwhile

Session 0.2

Chair: Emma Thacker, University of Kentucky
Discussant: Jada Kohlmeier, Auburn University

  • Paper 1: One Hen: Students' Experiences with Social Business
          Annie Whitlock, Michigan State University
  • Paper 2: We are only looking for the right answers: The Promises and Challenges of Controversial Issue Instruction in South Korea
          Thomas Misco, Miami University
  • Paper 3: Common Core and Democratic Participation: A Philosophical Analysis of the Likely Impact of Common Core State Standards on Public and Private Autonomy
          Benjamin Bindewald, Clemson University; Patrick Womac, Clemson University; Rory Tannebaum, Clemson University
  • Paper 4: The Anti-Bullying Campaign: A Quest for Critical Citizenship
          Erin Vaughn, Purdue University; Kathryn Obenchain, Purdue University

Session 0.1: Voter Education Programs in Schools: East and West

National context powerfully shapes voter education (nations create schools to serve national purposes). This symposium presents four papers on school-based voter education in three nations: Singapore and Japan, one paper each; and the United States, two papers. A critique is provided by a respected scholar of comparative civic education.

Chair: Beth Rubin, Rutgers University
Discussant: Carole Hahn, Emory University

  • Paper 1: Voter Education in Singapore Schools
          Li-Ching Ho, National Institute of Education, Singapore
  • Paper 2: A New Voter Education Initiative in Japanese Schools
          Toshinori Kuwabara, Okayama University, Japan; Susumu Oshihara, Ehime University, Japan
  • Paper 3: Voter Education Changes in U.S. Schools
          Diana Hess, Spencer Foundation
  • Paper 4: Design-based Research on an Elections Simulation in the High School U. S. Government Course
          Walter Parker, University of Washington; Jane Lo, University of Washington

Grad Student Forum Rountables: Table 7: Assessments and Measurement in Social Studies

Discussant: Paul Fitchett, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

  • Paper 1: End-of-Course Exams (EOC) and ACT-Quality Core (QC): An Evaluation of Their Impact on U.S. History Instruction in a Southern High School
          Rebecca Mueller, University of Kentucky
  • Paper 2: Moving Toward More Dynamic Instruction: A Comparison of How Social Studies is Taught Among Disciplines and Advanced Placement Courses
          Ryan Knowles, University of Missouri
  • Paper 3: What We've Got Here is Failure to Communicate: When Performance Programs Limit Communication and Knowledge Production
          Claire Yates, Michigan State University
  • Paper 4: Academic Affordances & Student Engagement Supported by Digital Texts
          Sarah Lundy, Portland State University
  • Paper 5: Kindergarten Students' Development of Social Studies Knowledge and Genre Knowledge from Interactive Read-Alouds of Informational Texts
          Stephanie Strachan, Michigan State University

Grad Student Forum Rountables: Table 6: Global Perspective in Education

Discussant: Kristy Brugar, Wayne State University

  • Paper 1: Teaching a Game and its Implication for Global Connection
          Heejeong Kang, Ohio State University
  • Paper 2: Developing Intercultural Competence Among Preservice Humanities Teachers through International Student Teaching
          Heather Cunningham, University of Pittsburgh
  • Paper 3: Access to Other Cultures: The Power of International Teaching Assistants
          Jing An, Ohio University
  • Paper 4: A Critical Analysis on the Korean War: Implication for Global Citizenship Education
          Moonsun Choi, Ohio State University
  • Paper 5: Exploring the Role of International Experience in the Formation and Defining of Global Competence
          Kathryn Todd, University of Kentucky

Grad Student Forum Rountables: Table 4: Researching Controversial Issues

Discussant: Caroline Sullivan, Georgia State University

  • Paper 1: Social Studies and Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: The Relationship Between Preservice Coursework and Practice
          Tracy Pelkowski, University of Pittsburgh
  • Paper 2: Social Justice Teaching: Talking the Talk, Walking the Walk
          Thomas Owenby, University of Wisconsin
  • Paper 3: Understanding LGBTQ Issues and Social Studies Education
          Cathy Brant, Ohio State University
  • Paper 4: Elementary Teacher Candidates' Responses to Sensitive Topics: Employing Dilemma Cases to Foster Practical Reasoning
          Jessica Winkelaar, University of Minnesota

Grad Student Forum Rountables: Table 5: Research in Preservice Teaching

Discussant: Avner Segall, Michigan State University

  • Paper 1: Question, Reflect, Collaborate, Change: The Role of the Student Teaching Seminar in Creating Teachers Who Can Lead, Learn, and Reflect
          Seth Brown, North Carolina State University
  • Paper 2: Re-presenting Rupture in the Moment: Analysis of an Intersection of Urban Teacher Preparation at a Partnership School
          Jehanna Beaton, University of Minnesota
  • Paper 3: A Fish Out of Water: An African-American Woman's Experience Teaching in a White Preservice Teacher Program
          Kristen Ducan, University of Georgia
  • Paper 4: You mess with the women and you get a smack down": Towards a Chicana Feminist Understanding of Citizenship
          Amanda Vickery, University of Texas at Austin

Grad Student Forum Rountables: Table 1: Teacher Perspectives and Identities

Discussant: Kyle Greenwalt, Michigan State University

  • Paper 1: The Historical Origins of Social Studies Teacher as Athletic Coach
          Michelle Stacy, St. Louis University
  • Paper 2: Planning for the Future-Today: Troubling Teacher Belief Statements and the Use of Rationale-Based Teacher Education
          Erin Adams, University of Georgia
  • Paper 3: What's in a Name? High School Social Studies Teachers' Perspectives on Informal and Formal Professional Learning
          Emma Thacker, University of Kentucky
  • Paper 4: Impacts of Personality on the Teacher Candidate/Mentor Relationship
          Christopher Clark, University of Minnesota
  • Paper 5: Internationalization of Secondary Social Science Teacher Education Programs and its Effects on the Global Perspectives of Preservice Teachers
          Cynthia Poole, University of Central Florida

Grad Student Forum Rountables: Table 2: Citizenship Education

Discussant: Pat Avery, University of Minnesota

  • Paper 1: Construction of Civic Identity in Online High School Social Studies Asynchronous Discussion Forums: A Discourse Analysis
          Holly McBride, University of South Florida
  • Paper 2: Critically Moving the Conversation Forward: TRSE and 40 Years of Citizenship and Citizenship Education
          Aaron Johnson, Virginia Tech
  • Paper 3: Deepening the C3 Conceptions of Citizenship and Democracy
          Jennifer Gallagher, Iowa State University
  • Paper 4: Examining Citizenship in a Diverse Small Town
          Jessamay Thompson, University of Minnesota

Grad Student Forum Rountables: Table 3: Critical Theory in Social Studies Research

Discussant: Wayne Journell, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

  • Paper 1: African American Studies to Teach Civic Education
          Crystal Simmons, North Carolina State University
  • Paper 2: "The only way they knew how to solve their conflicts was to fight": A Textual Analysis of Native Americans Before, During, and After the Civil Rights' Movement
          Ryan Craig, University of Texas at Austin; Tori Davis, University of Texas at Austin
  • Paper 3: Putting RACE Back into the Teaching of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
          Kathlene Holmes, University of Texas at Austin
  • Paper 4: I had no idea": Intersections of Culture, Community, and Place-Conscious Pedagogy in Social Studies Teacher Education"
          Jason Harshman, Ohio State University


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