Episode 110: Connecting to Local Women’s History through Storytelling with Tina Ellsworth, Janelle Stigall, & Amy Walker

In this Women’s History Month episode, Dan and Michael chat with Tina Ellsworth, Janelle Stigall, and Amy Walker of Kansas about their new Social Studies and the Young Learner article, “Remembering the Ladies: Connect to Local Women’s History using Storytelling.”

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Episode 110- Connecting to Local Women’s History through Storytelling

Books, Articles and Other Amazing Resources

  1. Ellsworth, T. M., Stigall, J., & Walker, A. (2019). Remembering the Ladies: Connect to Local Women’s History using Storytelling. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 31(3), 14-18.
  2. For more on storytelling, see Judy Sima’s work and website: http://www.judysima.com/.

Biographies

Tina Ellsworth, Ph.D. is is the K-12 Social Studies Coordinator for Olathe Public Schools in Olathe, Kansas. You can tweet at her at @DrTinaEllsworth.

Janelle Stigall is a third grade Teacher at Madison Place Elementary in Olathe, Kansas. You can tweet at her at @JanelleStigall.

Amy Walker is a seventh grade Teacher at Summit Trail Middle School in Olathe, Kansas. You can tweet her at @MrsWalkerOPS.

Episode 108: Social Media in Higher Education with Enilda Romero-Hall

For our third #SocialMediaEd SITE episode, Dan and Michael chat with Enilda Romero-Hall of the University of Tampa about social media in higher education.

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Episode 108- Social Media in Higher Education

Books, Articles and Other Amazing Resources

  1. Romero-Hall, E. (2017). Posting, Sharing, Networking, and Connecting: Use of Social Media Content by Graduate Students. TechTrends, 61 (6), pp. 580-588
  2. Romero-Hall, E.J., Kimmons, R., & Veletsianos, G. (2018). Social Media Use by Instructional Design Department. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 34(5).
  3. Romero-Hall, E. (2017). Active User or Lurker? A Phenomenological Investigation of Graduate Students in Social Media Spaces. International Journal of Social Media and Interactive Learning Environments, 5(4), pp. 326-340. DOI: 10.1504/IJSMILE.2017.10012109
  4. It’s Complicated by danah boyd
  5. Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism by Safiya Umoja Noble
  6. Episode 62: Mindful Tech with David Levy
  7. TEDxUTampa: Making Social Media Work to Your Educational Advantage | Enilda Romero-Hall: https://youtu.be/CzzFvN9enmY

Biography

Enilda Romero-Hall, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Instructional Design & Technology in the Department of Education at The University of Tampa. In her research, Dr. Romero-Hall is currently exploring different topics in the instructional design and technology field related to web- and computer-based instruction and learning. Her research interests include: multimedia instruction, human-computer interaction, social media, and distance/online education. You can tweet at her at @eromerohall and find more on her website: https://www.enildaromero.net/.

Episode 107: Taking Action in Social Studies Inquiries with Carly Muetterties

In this episode, Michael and Dan chat with Carly Muetterties of C3Teachers.org about dimension four of the C3 Inquiry Arc: Taking informed action. We played around with some other titles like, “Beyond the Letters to the Editor” and the Sondheim-inspired, “Finishing the Arc,’ however, we landed here to be more descriptive.

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