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2004

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Vol. 16 No. 4 March/April 2004

Past Meets Future:
Social Studies on the Internet

Editor’s Notes

News & Notes

articles
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Developing Thoughtful “Cybercitizens”
Michael J. Berson and Ilene R. Berson

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Critical Thinking and Visiting Websites: It Must Be Elementary!
James M. Shiveley

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Using WebQuests to Scaffold Higher-Order Thinking
Phillip J. VanFossen

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The Well-Constructed WebQuest
Shelly Kennedy

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“School to Career” and Social Studies: Making the Connection
Diane Hembacher, Doris Okada, and Terry Richardson

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How To Do It: Oral History Projects
Kathryn Walbert

children’s literature
24
Surfing a Wave of Good Books
Laura E. Meyers

teaching resources
27
The Brown v. Board of Education Decision: Resources for Grades 4 and 5
James Sheehan and James M. Shiveley

29
Colonial Williamsburg Electronic Field Trips
Nadine M. Roush

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Vol. 16 No. 3 January/February 2004

Reading, Rights and Responsibilities

Editor’s Notes

News & Notes

articles
5
The Rosa Parks “Myth”: A Third Grade History Investigation
Hillary Landorf and Ethan Lowenstein

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The ABCs of Brown v. Board of Education: A Primer for the 50th Anniversary
Loraine Moses Stewart

14
Teaching the Mystery of History
David Hicks, Jeff Carroll, Peter Doolittle, John Lee, and Brian Oliver

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Stimulating Moral Reasoning in Childr–through Situational Learning and Children’s Literature
Nancy P. Gallavan and Jennifer L. Fabbi


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The Mystery of Sam Smiley (Handouts)
David Hicks, Jeff Carroll, Peter Doolittle, John Lee, and Brian Oliver


children’s literature
24
“Picture Yourself in Mississippi”: Remembering Freedom Summer, 1962
George W. Chilcoat

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The Wright Stuff: Examining the Centennial of Flight
Robin D. Groce, Eric C. Groce, and Lisa M. Stooksberry

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2003

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Vol. 16 No. 2 November/December 2003

Social Studies in Action

Editor’s Notes

News & Notes

articles
5
Co-constructing Classroom Resources
Janet Alleman, Jere Brophy, and Barbara Knighton

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Neighbors in Autumn: Service Learning with Elders
Victoria L. Gadecki

13
Identifying with Ancestors: Tracking the History of America
Josephine Barry Davis


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Map Adventures: Geography for Kindergarteners
Robert Stevens and Marsha Hatfield


children’s literature
17
Reading (and Rereading) Dear Juno with Kindergarteners
Brooke Graham Doyle

classroom resources
20
Using Multiple Intelligence Theory in K-2 Geography
Timothy Lintner

23
Building a Sense of Family in the Classroom
John Greer, Bonnie Greer, and Jeffrey M. Hawkins


perspectives
27
Modern Myths about Poverty and Education
John P. Manning and William Gaudelli

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Multiple Perspectives on The Right to Education
Mary Lee Webeck, Margit McGuire, Blythe Hinitz,
Margaret Smith Crocco, and Cynthia A. Tyson

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Vol. 16 No. 1 September/October 2003

Core Content

Editor’s Notes

News & Notes



articles
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Building “Character” into Education: A Partnership Takes Place
Maria Sudeck

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Using Biographies to Explore Social Justice in U.S. History
Gary Fertig

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Paraguay: A Case Study of a Developing Nation
Cynthia Szymanski Sunal, Angel Daniel Aquino, and T. Gail Pritchard

17
Amazing Inventions and Marvelous Products: History, Economics, and Writing
Robert W. Maloy, Sharon A. Edwards, and Ruth-Ell–Verock-O’Loughlin

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Maps as Stories about the World
Avner Segall


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Omiunota Nelly Ukpokodu


children’s literature
26
Confronting the Stereotypes of Appalachia
Kay A. Chick


perspectives
31
Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners
Omiunota Nelly Ukpokodu

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2002

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Vol. 15 No. 2 November/December 2002

News & Notes

Articles

Understanding Mexican Culture Through Crafts: Three Activities
Dianne Turner

The Enticements of Archaeology: An Interdisciplinary Experience
Claire Mamola and Janet W. Bloodgood

Gingerville: A Study of Community
Alice K. Mikovch and Eula Ewing Monroe

Classroom Inquiry: Student-Centered Experiences
Deborah Diffily

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Leapin’ Landmarks: Locating T–Manmade Landmarks Around the World
Judy Phillips

Children’s Literature

Quilting Across Cultures: Teaching About Native American, European American, and African American Experiences in the United States
Ava L. McCall

Carrying Social Studies Home in Bookbags
Cynthia K. Wilson, John M. Hail, and Beth Hurst

Curriculum Concerns

GeoLiteracy in Arizona: K-8 Reading, Writing, and Geography
Elizabeth R. Hinde and Gale Olp Ekiss

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Vol. 15 No. 1 September/October 2002

Articles

How to Make Government a Class Favorite
Janet Allman and Jere Brophy

Nurturing an Informed Citizenry: Three Lessons for Second Graders
Andrea S. Libresco

Growing Up to be President: Interviews with K-3 Students
Jere Brophy and Janet Alleman

Teaching the Importance of Government to Third Grade Students
Leigh Anne Ashton

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Travel Agencies and Itineraries: A World Geography Activity
Charles R. Beck

Curriculum Concerns

Ground Rules for Discussion: A Roadmap for Student Voices in Multicultural Education
Deena C. McKinney

The Game of Categories: Empowering Students and Enriching Lessons
Nancy P. Gallavan

Children’s Literature

African American Women: Social Change in Action
Loraine Stewart

 

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Vol. 14 No. 4 March/April 2002

News and Notes

articles  

Third Grade at Simmons Elementary School, ca. 1900
Ronald V. Morris

Magnificent Manatees: A Service-Learning Project
Andrea McGann Keech

Creating a Classroom Museum of Black History
Judy J. Harris

Multiculturalism and Critical Thinking
Omiunota Nelly Ukpokodu

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The Student-Created Play as a Learning Tool
Anne Slauson

perspectives

Including Their Voices: Storytelling by Children
Vickie E. Lake

children’s literature

The Barter System in Children’s Literature
Linda Leonard Lamme

teaching resources

Propeller Toys and the Industrial Revolution
Andrew McClary

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Vol. 14 No. 3 January/February 2002

news & notes

articles

Both Sides of the Classroom Door: After 9-11, the Many Facets of Teaching
Mary Lee Webeck, Mary S. Black, O. L. Davis, Jr. and Sherry Field

Invitation to a Journey around the World
Tedd Levy

Road Scholars: Using Student Travel as a Resource
Deborah Byrnes

Planning a Successful Field Trip
M. Gail Hickey

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Using Current Events Media in the Classroom
Steve Rose

Intergrating Social Studies Texts and Trade Books with Formula Poetry
Elizabeth C. Webre

Using Biographical Poems in a Fifth Grade Class
Maria Inzerella

children’s literature

Juvenile Literature for Latin American Cultural Studies
Ron W. Wilhelm

perspectives 

We are Strong
Jeanne Wray

We are Vulnerable
Arthur Waskow

The Influences of Modeling: Gaining Competence and Confidence to Teach
Nancy P. Gallavan , LeAnne G. Putney, and Diane Brantley

media corner

Finding Multiple Voices through the Internet
Cinthia Salinas and Cecil Robinson

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2001

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Vol. 14 No. 2 November/December 2001

articles

Growing Up in the Aftermath of Terrorism
Michael J. Berson and Ilene R. Berson

Pearls on a String: Learning History and Geography with 3-D Maps
James Seay Brown, Jr. and Douglas Sullivan-González

Pack Your Bags for Paraguay
Stephanie Wasta

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Exploring Latin America with WebQuests
Andrew J. Milson

How Can You "Lose" a River? Using the BIQs Framework
Kathle–A. J. Mohr

perspective

Frida Kahlo: A Personal View of Mexican Culture
Bárbara C. Cruz

childrens’ literature

Book, Border, and Background
Linda Medearis and Patricia Lozano

teaching resources

Brazilian Music and Culture: An Internet Tour
Jeanne Tunks

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Vol. 14 No. 1 September/October 2001

news & notes

articles

Victory in Europe: A Reenactment of VE Day, 1945
Rebecca N. Jones

Hard Work, Dominoes, and Buttermilk:
American Farm Life in Texas, ca. 1900
Mary S. Black

Assessment in the Elementary Grades
Janet Alleman and Jere Brophy

Begin Where I Am: Kindergart–Geography
Chara Haeussler Bohan


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Searching for the Heart of the USA: A Geographical Drama
Lois McFady–Christensen


children’s literature

Studying Social Action through Children’s Literature
Cynthia A. Tyson and Todd W. Kenreich


teaching resources

Tolerance and Forgiveness: An Interdisciplinary Lesson on Civic Efficacy
Angelo Vincent Ciardiello


perspectives

A Professional Dilemma: Content Coverage vs. Developmentally Appropriate Practice
James J. Sheehan and Karl F. Wheatley

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Vol. 13 No. 4 March/April 2001

news & notes

articles

Social Studies and the Primary Curriculum in England
Stuart J. Foster and Penelope Harnett

Elementary Moral Education and Social Studies in South Korea
Hang-In Kim, Ho-Bhum Cheong, John D. Hoge,
Ronald L. VanSickle, and Young-Seok Kim

Life Environment Studies and Social Studies in Japan
Masato Ogawa, Pat Nickell, and Sherry L. Field

Integrated Social Studies Curricula in Taiwan
Cheng-Hsiung Lu

Alive and Well: Elementary Social Studies in New Zealand
Cameron White


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World-Class Sounds: Music, Social Studies, and the Internet
Andrew J. Milson and Shari LaComb

Heroes Among Us: An Exercise in Evaluation
Brenda A. Dyck


Teaching Resources

Signs of the Times: Inquiry with Memorial Plaques
Gavin Faichney

Recycle Today! An Integrated Unit of Study
Phyllis Vaccaro Jordan

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2000

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Vol. 13 No. 1 September/October 2000

news & notes

articles

Becoming Informed Voters: Internet Research and Reports
Betty B. Peel and Carolyn C. Ledford

Civics Made Real: The Presidential Elections Storypath
Susan Hickenbottom and Margit McGuire

Getting the Point: Studying Editorial Cartoons in the Third Grade
Melinda Schoenfeldt

"Cartoons During Class"? Third Graders’ Opinions
Lisa M. Boehm, Jacqueline Rae Ziven, and Melinda Schoenfeldt

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Role Models for Youth: A Survey and Unit of Study
Stev–H. White and Joseph E. O’Brien

perspectives

Group Investigation: An Introduction to Cooperative Research
Nancy L. Gallenstein

Environmental Concerns: Cooperative Research in the Sixth Grade
Tonya Beaty and Nancy L. Gallenstein

curriculum concerns

Cooperative Learning and Conflict Management in the Second Grade
Patty Foncault

children’s literature

Heroes and Heroines: Biographies to Live By
Tony R. Sanchez

teacher resources

Building Healthy Relationships: Conflict Resolution Videos
Gloria Alter

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Vol. 12 No. 4 March/April 2000

news & notes

articles

Beyond Charity: Service Learning for Social Justice
Rahima C. Wade

Rolling Down the River: An Interdisciplinary Study
Laney Sammons and Jeannie Waters

Make a Difference: An Elementary Service Project
The Make a Difference Day Planning Group

Doduk Kyoyuk: Moral Education in South Korea and Georgia
Hang-In Kim

departments

curriculum concerns

Young Citizens: Partners in Classroom Management
Devon Metzger

perspectives

What We Value: A Survey of One Community’s Beliefs
Carol Montgomery and Linda Plevyak

children’s literature

A School of Fish: A Lesson in Character Development
Kaye Anderson

Virginia’s New Hamster: A Thirte–States Mnemonic
Nancy L. Gallenstein

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Vol. 12 No. 3 January/February 2000

news and notes

articles

My Family’s Story: Discovering History at Home
Stacy Schwartz

Toying with Ideas: Board Games and Social Studies
Maria Elena Galvez-Martin

Biography Buddy: Interviewing Each Other
Frank Miller

On the Menu: The Growth of Self-Efficacy
Janet Alleman and Jere Brophy

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Piecing It Together: America’s Story in Quilts
Judith R. Marrou

perspectives

Conflict Resolution: Four Steps Worth Taking
Ella M. Glenn Burnett

children’s literature

My Right to Be: Children’s Voices in Trade Books
Stephanie Wasta and Carolyn Lott

media corner

List–In: Audiobooks about Childhood Struggles
T. Gail Pritchard, Cynthia Szymanski Sunal, Amy Hawkins, Elizabeth Moore, and Jaime Snider Thompson

 

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1999

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Vol. 12 No. 2 November/December 1999

articles

Millennium Island: Creating a Storyline about Geography and Time
Doris K. Liebert

Ribbons and Beads: Native American Art Reveals History and Culture
Ava L. McCall

Cultural Watersheds: Diagramming One’s Own Experience of Culture
Kar–J. Hoelscher

"Hills of Friends:" Cultural Watersheds in the Sixth Grade
Sioux Adamson-Towner

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Read, Write, and Publish: Producing a Classroom Newspaper
Janice I. Nicholson and Gregory P. Risner

departments

perspectives

Tad Poles and Tough Questions: Integrating Social Studies and Environmental Education
Carole Basile and Cameron White

children’s literature

A Good Read: Finding a Niche for Notable Books
Nancy P. Gallavan

teacher’s corner

Reporting the World: Teaching Current Events from a Global Perspective
Toni Fuss Kirkwood-Tucker

 

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Vol. 12 No. 1 September/October 1999

articles
Learning about Climate: An Exploration in Geography and Mathematics
Hollylynne Stohl Drier and John K. Lee

The Garbers: Using Digital History to Recreate a 19th-Century Family
Cheryl L. Mason and Alice Carter

Inquiry-Based Service Learning and the Internet
Angela M. Harwood and Jenel Chang

Coming to Terms with Mother Nature: Using the Web to Educate Childr–about Natural Disasters
Michael J. Berson and Ilene R. Berson

Connecting Authenticity, Technology, and Geography
Timothy A. Keiper

Literary Resources for Teachers and Students Who Compute
Sherry L. Field and Linda D. Labbo

 

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Reaching Out: Telecollaboration and Social Studies
Kara Dawson and Judi Harris

Symbols and Scrolls: Teaching Elementary Students about Historic Writing
Lois A. Christensen

departments

perspectives
Current Events and the Internet: Connecting “Headline News” to Perennial Issues
Bruce E. Larson

children’s literature
Beating Bias with Books: Fostering Awareness and Compassion with Children’s Literature
Elizabeth H. Rowell, Thomas B. Goodkind, and Elizabeth U. Henshaw

curriculum concerns
Should There Be Holocaust Education for K-4 Students? The Answer Is No
Samuel Totten

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Vol. 11 No. 4 March/April 1999

articles

Ice and Sand: Linking the Sandbox to Geographic Features
Ronald V. Morris

 

All About Me: A Personal Heritage Project
Stacia Czartoski and M. Gail Hickey

 

Current Trends and Practices in Social Studies Assessment for the Early Grades
Janet Alleman and Jere Brophy

 

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Lysbet and the Fire Kittens: A Historical Inquiry
Beverly Milner Bisland

 

Explorations in the World of Work
Claire Mamola

 

departments

children’s literature

Highlighting Commonalities, Differences, and Diversity Issues with Picture Books
Carol Sue Marshall

 

perspectives

National Certification for Elementary Social Studies Teachers: National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
Ronald G. Helms

 

Should Social Studies Teachers Become Nationally Certified?
Ann Lockledge and Nancy P. Gallavan

 

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Learning from the Buildings Around Us
Colin K. Ducolon

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Vol. 11 No. 3 January/February 1999

articles

Diversity and Global Studies: Elementary Children’s Investigations
Hel–L. Carlson and Carol Holm

Essential Questions for Elementary Social Studies: Curriculum Reform for Social Action
Connie Gavin, Andrea Libresco, and Paula Marron

Heightening Children’s Social Awareness with Trade Books
Katherine Moore

An Honorable Mention Project
Debbie Lerner

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Human Rights Education: A Framework for Social Study from the Interpersonal to the Global
Janet Schmidt and Patrick Manson

Incorporating Holocaust Education in K-4 Curriculum and Teaching in the United States
Harriet Lipman Sepinwall

departments

perspectives

Understanding Historical Perspectives: A Project Approach
Frank Miller

curriculum concerns

Emphasizing Divergent and Convergent Thinking
William D. Edgington

children’s literature

Multicultural Literature: Mirror and Window on Experience
Janelle Mathis

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Resources for Multicultural Awareness and Social Action
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1998

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News and Notes

articles

The Voluntary National Content Standards in Economics: From Standards to Classroom Implementation
Bonnie Meszaros and Laurie Engstrom

Teach Kids Economics and They Will Learn
James D. Laney and Mark C. Schug

Enriching Economics through Global Education and Service Learning: 5th Graders Rally Around the Rain Forest
Greg E. Hamot with Marlene Johnson

Authentic Teaching and Assessment in Economic Education, K-6
Mary C. Suiter

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Teaching about Goods and Services Using Benny’s Pennies
Chris McGrew

Inquiry Into a Trading Center: the Case of the Cahokia Empire
James M. Shiveley

departments

children’s literature

Capturing the "Economic Imagination": A Treasury of Children’s Books to Meet Content Standards
Abbejean Kehler

technology

I Found It on the Web: Technology Resources for Teaching Elementary Economics
Phillip J. VanFossen

perspectives

The Price of Beanie Babies—and other Web Wonders for K-6 Economics
Devon L. Yoho

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Vol. 11 No. 1 September/October 1998

News and Notes

articles
Building Bridges to China
Stephanie Wasta and Margaret Scott

Using Archaeology to Explore Cultures of North America through Time
Mary S. Black

Introducing Thematic Maps in the Primary Grades
Kar–M. Trifonoff

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Mental Mapping…Today My Home, Tomorrow the World
Andy Milson

Rescue at Sea
Donna Nesbitt

departments
children’s literature
Exploring World Cultures through Folktales
Carol J. Fuhler, Pamela J. Farris, and Lynda Hatch

perspectives
Enriching the Curriculum through Competitions
Frances A. Karnes and Tracy L. Riley

technology
Keypals for Young Children
Colle–Finegan-Stoll

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It’s a Flat World…
Craig Hinshaw

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Vol. 10 No. 4 March/April 1998

News and Notes

articles

Connecting Literacy with Social Studies Content

Margaret J. Johnson and Carole Janisch

Strategic Learning Opportunities during Out-of-School Hours

Janet Alleman and Jere Brophy

Using Artifacts as a Springboard to Literacy

Ronald Vaughn Morris

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Using Cooperative Learning Activities with Students Who Have Attention Deficit Learning Disorder

Howard E. Taylor and Susan Larson

How Can I Make Social Studies Move?

Lynda M. Nilges and Nancy P. Gallavan

departments

perspectives

Social Studies “Play” in Kindergarten

Linda D. Labbo

children’s literature

Linking Social Studies and Literacy Development through Children’s Books

Kathryn Button

curriculum concerns

Enhancing Literacy Using the Question-Answer Relationship

Dan T. Ouzts

technology

Using Technology to Integrate the Curriculum

David A. Welton

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Vol. 10 No. 3 January/February 1998

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    Stepping into Elementary Schools in Japan

    Sherry L. Field and Linda D. Labbo

    Exploring Japan Through Rice

    Linda S. Wojtan

    A Tale of Two Roads

    Craig Hinshaw

    Hiroshima: A City with Peace as Its Purpose

    Donna Nesbitt

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    Multiple Perspectives on Hiroshima

    Kar–Schill

    Internet Teaching Resources for Japan

    Ronald G. Helms and Colle–Finegan-Stoll

     

    departments

    children’s literature

    Beyond Momotaro: Using Fiction about Japan in the Elementary Classroom

    Mary Hammond Bernson

     

    perspectives

    Expectations for Japanese Children

    Linda Bennett

     

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    A Bowl of Tea with Me: A Photo Essay

    Lisa Garrison

     

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    Vol. 10 No. 2 November/December 1997

    articles

    Giving Thanks: Observing Thanksgiving, Kwanzaa, and Day of the Dead
    Martha T. Dever and James J. Barta

    Interpreting Critical Issues: Comparing Past and Modern Plagues
    Myra Zarnowski

    Achieving Civic Competence through a DRAFT Writing Process
    Nancy P. Gallavan

    The American Girls Collection History Project: A Third Grade and Teacher Education Collaboration
    Kar–Hoelscher

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    curriculum concerns
    Using the National Geography Standards to Integrate Children’s Social Studies
    J. R. Freese

    children’s literature
    More Books Promoting Citizenship in the Upper Elementary and Middle Grades
    Alexa L. Sandmann and John F. Ahern

    media corner
    Content-Focused Software for Social Studies
    Sherry L. Field

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    “Festivals of Light:” A Multicultural Celebration in Brooklyn
    Judith Y. Singer and Alan Singer

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    Vol. 10 No. 1 September/October 1997

     

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    The Emergence of a Diverse, Caring Community: Next Steps in Responsive Curriculum Design for Elementary Social Studies
    Gloria Alter

    The Makah: Exploring Public Issues During a Structured Classroom Discussion
    Bruce E. Larson

    Kids Around Town: Civic Education Through Democratic Action
    Ann L. Rappoport and Sharon B. Kletzien

    Try Microsociety for Hands-on Citizenship
    John D. Hoge

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    curriculum concerns
    Bicycle Technology: Group Decision Making in the Classroom
    Gary Fertig

    media corner
    Real-Life Global Citizenship Connections Through the Internet
    Kay Bishop and Denny Hershberger

    children’s literature
    Promoting Citizenship in the Upper Elementary and Middle Grades
    Alexa A. Sandman and John F. Ahern

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    Should We Teach Values? Which Ones? How?
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    Vol. 9 No. 4 March/April 1997

     

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    Youngster, Oldster: Aging Education in the Primary Grades
    James D. Laney
    Jo Lynn Laney
    T. Joy Wimsatt
    Patricia A. Moseley

    Scaffolding Young Learners’ Reading of Social Studies Texts
    Patricia G. Avery
    Michael F. Graves

    Integrating Literacy Activities and Social Studies at the Primary Level
    Kathryn Button
    David Welton

    Wish You Were Here: Picture Postcard Explorations in Children’s Books
    Linda D. Labbo
    Sherry L. Field

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    Children’s Literature
    Curriculum Concerns
    Media Corner

     

     

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    Vol. 9 No. 3 January/February 1997

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    Storypath: Powerful Social Studies Instruction in the Primary Grades
    Betsy Rupp Fulwiler
    Margit E. McGuire

    Photographs Slide Into the Classroom
    Linda Miculka

    Using Children’s Theater to Teach Economics
    Joyce A. Shotick
    Greg Walsko

    State History and African American History: An Interdisciplinary Civil Rights Approach
    Elizabeth Anne Yeager
    Frans H. Doppen
    Elizabeth B. Otani

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    Perspectives

    Children’s Literature

    Curriculum Concerns

    Special Feature
    Sifting Through the Sands of Time: A Simulated Arch?ological Dig

     

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    1996

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    Vol. 9 No. 2 November/December 1996

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    Vol. 8 No. 4 March/April 1996

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    Vol. 8. No. 3 January/February 1996

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    1995

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    Vol. 8 No. 2 November/December 1995

     

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    Vol. 8 No. 1 September/October 1995

    articles

    NCSS Social Studies Standards and the Elementary Teacher
    Jere Brophy Janet Alleman

    Environmental Education, Social Studies, and Education Reform
    Deborah Simmons

    Operationalizing the Thematic Strands of Social Studies for Young Learners
    DeAn M. Krey

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    Teacher’s Resources
    Curriculum Concerns
    Children’s Literature
    Media Corner
    Perspectives

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    Vol. 7 No. 3 January/Februrary 1995

    articles

    MayaQuest
    A Student-Directed Expedition
    Rachel Hefte

    Using Technology to Learn from Travelmates’ Adventures
    Joseph A. Braun, Jr. Christine Kraft

    More Than Just a Pretty Interface
    Access, Content, and Relevance in Computer Technology
    Brenda Mitchell-Powell

    A Constructivist Approach to Social Studies
    Integrating Technology
    Barbara A. Boyer Penelope Semrau

    Social Studies Lessons Integrating Technology
    Penelope Semrau Barbara A. Boyer

     

    departments

    Curriculum Concerns
    Editor: Rahima Wade
    Guest Editors: Tom Dunthorn Ell–Nelson Lynn Woods

    Children’s Literature
    Robert H. Lombard Tom McGowan Meredith J. McGowan

    Teacher’s Resources
    Priscilla H. Porter

    Media Corner
    Jeri Wilson

    Perspectives
    Guest Editor: Dennis D. Gooler

     

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    1994

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    Vol. 7 No. 2 November/December 1994

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    Vol. 7 No. 1 September/October 1994

    articles

    Social Justice in the Elementary Classroom
    Todd E. Jennings, Sam M. Crowell, Phyllis F. Fernlund

    Personal Life Stories A Strategy for Empowerment
    Linda J. McKinney, Pamela G. Fry

    Including Quilters’ Voices in the Social Studies Curriculum
    Ava L. McCall

    Museum-in-Progress Student Generated Learning Environments
    Peg Koetsch

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    Wom–and Empowerment Simulations for Early Elementary and Middle School Social Studies PART I
    Mary E. Hauser Joy C. Hauser

    PART II
    Meredith Sommers

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    Curriculum Concerns
    Guest Editor: J. Cynthia McDermott

    Children’s Literature
    Robert H. Lombard Meredith J. McGowan Tom McGowan

    Teacher’s Resources
    Guest Editor: J. Cynthia McDermott

    Media Corner
    Guest Editor: Joseph A. Braun, Jr.

    Perspectives
    Guest Editor: Nelly Ukpokodu

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    Vol. 6 No. 4 March/April 1994

    Teaching for Global Mindedness
    F. Gene Miller Michael G. Jacobson

    Media Literacy in a Global Age
    Jeff Passe

    “Thinking Globally, Acting Locally” Using the Local Environment to Learn Global Issues
    Deborah Simmons

    Social Studies Curriculum Renewal Internationalizing the Curriculum
    Gl–Blankenship

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    Germany, the Search for Unity
    Gl–Blankenship

    departments

    Curriculum Concerns
    Leslie Mills Handley
    Contributors: Mary Suiter Bob Patin

    Children’s Literature
    Robert H. Lombard Meredith J. McGowan
    Tom McGowan

    Teacher’s Resources
    Priscilla H. Porter

    Media Corner
    Joseph A. Braun, Jr.

    Perspectives
    Guest Editor: James L. Barth

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    Vol. 6 No. 3 January/February 1994

    articles

    Contemporary Trends in Social Studies
    Richard J. Cardis C. Frederick Risinger

    Trade-Offs in the Literary Approach to Early Elementary Social Studies
    Janet Alleman Jere Brophy

    Using the 1930s’ "Here and Now" Curriculum to Teach Cultural Diversity in the ’90s
    Karyn Wellhousen

    Expanding Multicultural Curriculum Helping Childr–Discover Cultural Similarities
    Pamela G. Fry Linda J. McKinney Kathy B. Phillips

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    The Mulatto Child
    Lucy Wright

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    Community Service-Learning Commitment through Active Citizenship
    Rahima C. Wade

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    Curriculum Concerns
    Leslie Mills Handley Contributor: Susan Adler

    Children’s Literature
    Robert H. Lombard Meredith J. McGowan Tom McGowan

    Teacher’s Resources
    Priscilla H. Porter

    Media Corner
    Guest Editor: Terry Kuseske

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    1993

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    Vol. 6 No. 2 November/December 1993

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    Holidays, Cultural Diversity, and the Public Culture
    David T. Naylor Bruce D. Smith

    Unity and Diversity Holiday Celebrations Around the World
    Ann Lockledge Ted Henson Denee Corbin

    Cultural Differences Taught Through a Regional Holiday Carnival, Mardi Gras, Courri du Mardi Gras
    Mary All–Deborah Blackwell

    Beyond Feathers and Tomahawks Lessons from Literature
    Mary R. Franklin Patricia B. Roach Juanita K. Snyder

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    Teaching About Holidays
    David T. Naylor Bruce D. Smith

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    Teacher’s Roundtable
    Leslie Mills Handley Contributor: Cherryl Sage

    Children’s Literature
    Robert H. Lombard Meredith J. McGowan
    Kar–L. Dunnagan

    Teacher’s Resources
    Priscilla Porter

    Media Corner
    Guest Editor: Wayne Benenson

    Perspectives
    Guest Editor: Carole Murphy

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