In episode 187, Dan and Michael chat with friend of the pod Sarah McGrew about her study published in Theory & Research in Social Education, “Bridge or byway? Teaching historical reading and civic online reasoning in a US history class.”
Books, Articles and Other Amazing Resources
- McGrew, S. (2022). Bridge or byway? Teaching historical reading and civic online reasoning in a US history class. Theory & Research in Social Education, 50(2), 196-225.
- Episode 74: Civic Online Reasoning with Sarah McGrew
- Episode 25: Stanford History Education Group (SHEG) with Joel Breakstone
- See the story Dan mentioned on Michael Caulfield and SIFT: “Don’t Go Down the Rabbit Hole,” Feb. 18th, 2021
- This is the article Sarah mentioned about “Epistemically safe environments”: Chinn, C. A., Barzilai, S., & Duncan, R. G. (2021). Education for a “post-truth” world: New directions for research and practice. Educational Researcher, 50(1), 51-60.
Sarah McGrew is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning, Policy and Leadership in the College of Education at the University of Maryland, College Park. She studies educational responses to the spread of online mis- and disinformation. Her research focuses on young people’s civic online reasoning—how they search for and evaluate online information on contentious social and political topics—and how schools can better support students to learn effective evaluation strategies. Learning more on her faculty page.