Episode 118: Elementary Social Studies Education Summit Review

In episode 118, Dan talks with planners and presenters at the first annual Elementary Social Studies Education Summit (ESSES) that took place in Wilmington, North Carolina on June 6th and 7th, 2019.

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Episode 118- Elementary Social Studies Education Summit

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  1. Check out the ESSES website for more on sessions, participants, and more: https://esses19.wordpress.com/
    1. Guests include (in order): the planners, Sohyun An, Sarah Shear, Noreen Naseem Rodriguez, Sara Demoiny, Rebecca Christ, Noreen Naseem Rodriguez (again!), Shanedra Nowell and Chris Fisher, Noreen and Sarah talking about the new journal, and finally Noreen’s keynote to finish!
    2. Here are the keynote and pre-summit speakers: https://esses19.wordpress.com/keynote-speakers/
    3. Here are resources from presenters at #ESSES19
  2. Here’s the website for the new journal introduced at the conference, The Critical Social Educator: https://www.iastatedigitalpress.com/tcse/
  3. Big thanks to the ESSES organizers: Lisa Brown Buchanan of University of North Carolina-Wilmington, Elizabeth Bellows of Appalachian State University, Elizabeth Saylor of the University of Georgia, Sarah B. Shear of the University of Washington Bothell, and Christina Tschida of East Carolina University! And here’s the 2018 book they edited: (Re)imagining elementary social studies: A controversial issues reader.
  4. Here’s a selection of previous elementary social studies episodes and episodes with ESSES participants:
    1. Episode 64: Elementary Social Studies with Anne-Lise Halvorsen
    2. Episode 76: Teaching Asian-American Histories with Noreen Naseem Rodriguez
    3. Episode 79: Black Critical Patriotism in Elementary Social Studies with Chris Busey & Irenea Walker
    4. Episode 84: Inquiry in Elementary Education with Emma Thacker, Erin Casey, Katie Knapp, & Carly Muetterties
    5. Episode 95: Affirming Indigenous Sovereignty with Sarah Shear, Leilani Sabzalian, & Lisa Brown Buchanan
    6. Episode 112: Welcoming Diverse Families in the Elementary Classroom with Selena Van Horn & Andrea Hawkman
    7. Episode 116: Indigenous Counterstories on an Elementary Field Trip with Harper Keenan
  5. While you can listen to former guest Dr. Noreen Naseem Rodriguez’s full keynote at the end of this episode, you can also listen and watch here:

Biography

The inaugural elementary social studies education summit, hosted by the University of North Carolina-Wilmington, will bring researchers and teacher educators together in two days of collaborative learning! Use the navigation links above to access information about the call for proposals, featured speakers, and more! You can follow them on Twitter at @esses2019.

Episode 116: Indigenous Counterstories on an Elementary Field Trip with Harper Keenan

In Episode 116, Michael and Dan chat with Harper Keenan about his new article published in Theory & Research in Social Education, “Visiting Chutchui: The making of a colonial counterstory on an elementary school field trip.”

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Episode 116

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  1. Here’s the article in APA form: Keenan, H. B. (2019). Visiting Chutchui: The making of a colonial counterstory on an elementary school field trip. Theory & Research in Social Education, 47(1), 52-75.
  2. You might also check out Harper’s related article in Teachers College Record: Keenan, H. B. Selective memory: California mission history and the problem of historical violence in elementary school textbooks. Teachers College Record, 121(8).
  3. Check out Dr. Keenan’s website at www.harperkeenan.com and hit him up on Twitter at @HarperKeenan.

Biography

Harper Keenan is the Robert Quartermain Assistant Professor in the Department of Curriculum & Pedagogy at the University of British Columbia. Before earning his PhD at the Stanford Graduate School of Education, he was an elementary school teacher in New York City. His current research examines the treatment of complex social issues in early childhood and elementary education. Harper’s recent work has been published in Theory & Research in Social Education, the Harvard Educational Review, and Teachers College Record.