Episode 115: Talking Career Decisions from Urban Schools to Abroad with Nate Bowling

In a free-wheeling discussion with Nate Bowling (which, to be honest, happens when this crew gets together), we explore his decision to leave his school and move to teach in an international school in Abu Dhabi. Nate also discusses what he sees as a way to retain teachers by bringing them into leadership roles (and keeping them in the classroom).

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Episode 114: Unpacking Fake News with Wayne Journell

In episode 114, Dan and Michael talk with Wayne Journell about his new edited book, Unpacking Fake News: An Educator’s Guide to Navigating the Media with Students.

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  1. Unpacking Fake News An Educator’s Guide to Navigating the Media with Students edited by Wayne Journell
  2. Check out our episodes with chapter authors:
    1. Chapter 1: Episode 53: Teaching Difficult Knowledge with Jim Garrett
    2. Chapter 2: Episode 11: Rethinking Black History with LaGarrett King
    3. Chapter 3: Episode 104: Online Youth Civic Engagement with Ellen Middaugh
    4. Chapter 4: Episode 74: Civic Online Reasoning with Sarah McGrew
    5. Chapter 5: Episode 64: Elementary Social Studies with Anne-Lise Halvorsen
    6. Chapter 6: Episode 92: Teaching Against Misinformation with Erica Hodgin & Joe Kahne
    7. Chapter 7: Episode 61: Civic Education and Bridging the Partisan Divide with Chris Clark
    8. Afterword: Episode 12: Using Films Effectively with Jeremy Stoddard

Biography

Wayne Journell is an education professor at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. You can contact Wayne on Twitter @UNCGSocStudies or check out his website where you are steps away to reading more of his work. Or you can just sit back and read a Theory & Research in Social Education article and contemplate on Wayne’s mad editing skills.

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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  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 98: Teaching Students to Speak with Confidence & Listen with Empathy with Molly Andolina & Hilary Conklin

In this episode, Dan and Michael chat with Molly Andolina and Hilary Conklin about their new research published in Theory and Research in Social Education titled, Speaking With Confidence and Listening With Empathy: The Impact of Project Soapbox on High School Students.

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