Rethinking Social Studies Teacher Education in the Twenty-First Century
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In this volume teacher educators explicitly and implicitly share their visions for the purposes, experiences, and commitments necessary for social studies teacher preparation in the twenty-first century. It is divided into six sections where authors reconsider: 1) purposes, 2) course curricula, 3) collaboration with on-campus partners, 4) field experiences, 5) community connections, and 6) research and the political nature of social studies teacher education. The chapters within each section provide critical insights for social studies researchers, teacher educators, and teacher education…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
In this volume teacher educators explicitly and implicitly share their visions for the purposes, experiences, and commitments necessary for social studies teacher preparation in the twenty-first century. It is divided into six sections where authors reconsider: 1) purposes, 2) course curricula, 3) collaboration with on-campus partners, 4) field experiences, 5) community connections, and 6) research and the political nature of social studies teacher education. The chapters within each section provide critical insights for social studies researchers, teacher educators, and teacher education programs. Whether readers begin to question what are we teaching social studies teachers for, who should we collaborate with to advance teacher learning, or how should we engage in the politics of teacher education, this volume leads us to consider what ideas, structures, and connections are most worthwhile for social studies teacher education in the twenty-first century to pursue.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer / Springer, Berlin
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 978-3-319-22938-6
  • 1st ed. 2016
  • Seitenzahl: 380
  • Erscheinungstermin: 22. Dezember 2015
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 241mm x 160mm x 30mm
  • ISBN-13: 9783319229386
  • ISBN-10: 3319229389
  • Artikelnr.: 43232015
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction: What are we teaching social studies (teachers) for? Alicia Crowe, Kent State University, Alexander Cuenca, Saint Louis University.- Section 1: Rethinking Social Studies Teacher Education Purposes.- Section 1 Introduction, Crowe and Cuenca.- Chapter 1: From Non-Racism to Anti-Racism in Social Studies Teacher Education: Social Studies and Racial Pedagogical Content Knowledge, LaGarrett J. King, Clemson University, Prentice T. Chandler, University of Cincinnati.- Chapter 2: Challenging Neoliberal Perspectives: A Framework for Humanizing Social Studies Teacher Education, Brooke Blevins, Baylor University, Tony L. Talbert, Baylor University.- Chapter 3: Teaching Social Studies to These Students in This Place: Exploring Place in Social Studies Teacher Education, Whitney G. Blankenship, Rhode Island College, Michelle Reidel, Georgia Southern University, Caroline C. Sullivan, Georgia State University.- Section 2: Rethinking Course Curriculum.- Section 2 Introduction.- Chapter 4: No More Playing in the Dark: Twenty-first Century Citizenship, Critical Race Theory, and the Future of the Social Studies Methods Course, Patricia L. Marshall, Meghan M. Manfra, Crystal G. Simmons, North Carolina State University.- Chapter 5: Preparing Elementary Pre-Service Teachers to Promote Big Ideas Within Social Studies, Sarah Brooks, Millersville University, Dan Jares, Elmhurst College.- Chapter 6: Rooting the Literacies of Citizenship: Ideas that Integrate Social Studies and Language Arts in the Cultivation of a New Global Mindset, Debra D. Shulsky, Elaine Y. Hendrix, University of Houston-Clear Lake.- Section 3: Rethinking Campus Connections.- Section 3 Introduction.- Chapter 7: Working Together, Not Sharing the Burden: A Collaborative Approach to Developing Pedagogical Content Knowledge with Secondary Social Studies Pre-Service Teachers, Wayne Journell, University of North Carolina-Greensboro, Lisa C. Tolbert, University of North Carolina-Greensboro.- Chapter 8: Six Credit Hours For Arizona, The United States, and The World: A Case Study of Teacher Content-Knowledge Preparation and the Creation of Social Studies Courses, Laura Turchi, University of Houston, Elizabeth Hinde, Arizona State University, Ronald I. Dorn, Arizona State University, Gale Ekiss, Arizona Geographic Alliance .- Chapter 9: Overcoming Problems of Marginalization by Reimagining Elementary Social Studies Programs, Annie Whitlock, University of Michigan-Flint, Kristy Brugar, University of Oklahoma, Anne Lise-Halvorsen, Michigan State University.- Chapter 10: Collaboration in Social Studies Teacher Education: Crossing (Disciplinary) Lines, Margaret Weiss, George Mason University, Anthony Pellegrino, George Mason University.- Chapter 11: "As long as I see you on Facebook I know you are safe": Social Media Experiences as Pedagogy, Daniel G. Krutka, Texas Women's University, Kenneth T. Carano, Western Oregon University.- Section 4: Rethinking School Relationships.- Section 4 Introduction.-Chapter 12: Reciprocity and Relationship: Urban Teacher Preparation Through Partnership, Jehanne Beaton, University of Minnesota, J. B. Mayo, Jr. University of Minnesota.- Chapter 13: Expanding Civic Worldviews: Teaching for Citizenship in an Alternative School Setting, Antonio J. Castro, University of Missouri, Kari Muente, University of Missouri.- Chapter 14: Learning In and Through Practice: A Case Study of a Design-Based Residency Program, Andrew L. Hostetler, Vanderbilt University.- Section 5: Rethinking Community Connections.- Section 5 Introduction.- Chapter 15: Intersections of Culture and Community: Developing a Critical Sense of Place in Social Studies Teacher Education, Jason Harshman, University of Iowa.- Chapter 16: Examining Community with Pre-service Teachers through the Use of Participatory Photography Projects, Sarah Mathews, Florida International University, Erin Crews Adams, University of Georgia.- Chapter 17: Place-Based Social Studies Teacher Educat