Episode 59: Heritage Narratives with Sara Levy

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In episode 59, Dan and Michael talk with Sara Levy about teaching heritage narratives.

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. Levy, S. A. (2017). How Students Navigate the Construction of Heritage Narratives. Theory & Research in Social Education, 45(2), 157-188.
  2. Levy, S. A. (2014). Heritage, history, and identity. Teachers College Record, 116(6), 1-17.
  3. And here’s a video of Dr. Levy talking about her article inTeachers College Record:

https://vialogues.com/videos/embedded/21195

Contact

Sara A. Levy, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Education at Wells College in Aurora, New York. Her research focuses on teaching and learning in public school history classrooms around global historical events with which students have heritage connections. You can tweet her @ProfSlevy or e-mail her at slevy@wells.edu.

Episode 57: Real Tech with Rafranz Davis

In episode 57, Dan and Michael talk with Rafranz Davis about real tech.

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. Check out everything Rafranz at http://rafranzdavis.com/ or see her writing at https://medium.com/@rafranzdavis
  2. Rafranz mentioned liking Adobe Spark Notes. Here’s a link: https://spark.adobe.com/
  3. Here’s the Facebook VR demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YuIgyKLPt3s; Here’s Jimmy Kimmel making fun of it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=87EGAvfas78

Contact

Rafranz Davis is the Executive Director of Professional and Digital Learning for Lufkin ISD in Lufkin, Texas. She is passionate about student-driven learning, unique applications of technology, and the empowerment of traditionally marginalized voices. You can tweet at, or Instagram, her @RafranzDavis and visit her website at http://rafranzdavis.com/.

Episode 56: Teacher Research with Marilyn Cochran-Smith

In episode 56, Dan and Michael chat with Marilyn Cochran-Smith about Teacher Research.

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. Find all of Dr. Cochran-Smith’s work at marilyncochransmith.com
  2. Check out the Practitioner Inquiry Series of books from Teachers College Press
  3. Cochran-Smith, M., & Lytle, S. L. (2009). Inquiry as stance: Practitioner research for the next generation. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.
  4. Cochran-Smith, M., & Lytle, S. L. (1993). Inside/outside: Teacher research and knowledge. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.
  5. Cochran-Smith, M. & Stern, R. The role of inquiry in teacher leadership. In Bond, N. (Ed.). Perspectives on teacher leadership (pp. 196-209)Indianapolis, IN: Phi Delta Kappan Publications.
  6. Cochran-Smith, M. & Stern, R. (2014). Imagining schools as centers for inquiry. In L. Reynolds (Ed.), Imagine it better: Visions of what schools might be (pp. 85-96).  Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann Books.
  7. Cochran-Smith, M., & Lytle, S.L. (2011). Changing perspectives on practitioner research. Learning Landscapes, 4(2), 17-23.

Contact

Marilyn Cochran-Smith is the Cawthorne Professor of Teacher Education for Urban Schools and Director of the Ph.D. Program in Curriculum and Instruction at the Lynch School of Education, Boston College. A teacher education scholar and practitioner for more than 40 years, Professor Cochran-Smith is a frequent presenter nationally and internationally and is widely known for her work about teacher education research, practice and policy and for her sustained commitment to teacher education for social justice with inquiry as the centerpiece. Dr. Cochran-Smith has written nine books, five of which have won national awards and recognitions, and more than 200 articles, chapters, handbook chapters, and editorials on teacher education research, practice and policy, social justice, and practitioner research.

Episode 54: Students’ Historical Perspective Taking With Tim Huijgen

In Episode 54, Michael & Dan chat with Tim Huijgen about his recent Theory & Research in Social Education article that focused on getting students to take on historical perspectives.

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. Check out his TRSE article – Toward Historical Perspective Taking: Students’ Reasoning When Contextualizing the Actions of People in the Past!
  2. Tim’s personal website (with all published articles): http://www.rug.nl/staff/t.d.huijgen/research
  3. Open access article about the construction of an observation instrument: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10212-016-0295-8
  4. Open access article about measuring students’ ability to perform historical perspective taking:https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10212-014-0219-4
  5. Open access article written bij Jannet van Drie and Carla van Boxtel about historical reasoning: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10648-007-9056-1

Contact

T.D [Tim] Huijgen is a teacher and a teacher educator in the Netherlands. He comes from a family of educators and was recently published in Theory & Research in Social Education! Check out his university website and you are clicks away to reading all if his work!

Episode 52: Social Studies Research with TRSE editor Wayne Journell

In episode 52, Dan and Michael talk with Theory and Research in Social Education (TRSE) editor Wayne Journell and announce a partnership!

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. You can learn more about TRSE on the National Council for the Social Studies site: http://www.socialstudies.org/publications/theoryandresearch
  2. You can find current TRSE articles on the Taylor & Francis site: http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/utrs20/current
  3. Read Wayne’s “From the Editor” note to begin his tenure as TRSE editor in 2017: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00933104.2016.1272328
  4. If you’re really bored, you can read Dan’s article with lead author Neil Houser and colleagues on how social studies teachers in Oklahoma deal with accountability-reform… it mentions Foucault: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00933104.2016.1213213

Contact

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.

Episode 51: Fostering Civic Engagement with ‘The Citizenship Challenge’ with Shannon Janovitz

In episode 51, Michael & Dan chat about a civic engagement project Shannon Janovitz and her students created and ran at Burlington High School called The Citizenship Challenge!

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. Check out the website Shannon’s class created for the citizenship challenge (with teacher resources!).

Contact

Shannon Janovitz teaches English at Burlington High School in Massachusetts (with Michael!).  She teachers AP Literature and Composition and Introduction to Film and Media Studies. In addition to this, this year she is working to on developing curriculum for her department. You can find her on twitter at @MrsJanovitz.

Episode 50: An Education Conversation with José Vilson

In episode 50, Dan and Michael engage in an education conversation with middle school math educator, author, and EduColor founder José Vilson.

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. Check out José’s site at thejosevilson.com.
  2. Buy José’s 2014 book, This Is Not A Test: A New Narrative on Race, Class, and the Future of Education 
  3. Check out the EduColor community at EduColor.org and sign up for the newsletter. Join in #EduColor Twitter chats every last Thursday of the month at 7:30pm EDT.

Contact

José Luis Vilson is a middle school math educator in New York, NY. He is the author of This Is Not A Test: A New Narrative on Race, Class, and the Future of Education (2014) and the founder of EduColor. You can tweet at him @TheJLV.

Episode 49: Flipped Classrooms with Elizabeth Miller

In episode 49, Dan and Michael chat flipped classrooms with Massachusetts teacher Elizabeth Miller.

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. Elizabeth wrote THE book on flipping classrooms. It’s called, Flipping History: How to Start Flipping Your Classroom Today (2016). Buy it, read it, flip like a pro.
  2. Visit her site for updates, consulting information, and more at PennyUniversityPress.com.
  3. You can find her old blogs on flipping at FlippingHistory.blogspot.com.
  4. Also, Elizabeth recommends tweeting with #flipclass on Twitter.
  5. You can find more recommended resources from Elizabeth on her Google doc.

Contact

Elizabeth Miller is a high school history teacher in Massachusetts. You can find her work on PennyUniversityPress.com and tweet with her @EMHistory.

Episode 48: Measuring School Quality with Jack Schneider

In episode 48, Michael & Dan discuss measuring school quality with Jack Schneider.

Take a listen & you’ll learn that the ‘perception gap’ isn’t just your perception of clothes purchased at the Gap versus what they actually look like.

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. Jack Schneider, Rebecca Jacobsen, Rachel White, and Hunter Gehlbach, “The (Mis)measure of Schools: How Data Affect Stakeholder Knowledge and Perceptions of Quality,” Teachers College Record (June 2018)
  2. Check out the Massachusetts Consortium for Innovative Education Assessment
  3. Make sure to check out Jack’s podcast that he hosts with journalist Jennifer Berkshire called HaveYouHeard!

Contact

Jack Schneider is an Assistant Professor at Holy Cross, co-hosts the podcast HaveYouHeard and is the Director of Research at the Massachusetts Consortium for Innovative Education Assessment. Check out his research on his  webpage at Holy Cross, follow him on Twitter, and, of course, subscribe to his podcast HaveYouHeard!

Episode 47: Global Read Aloud with Pernille Ripp

In episode 47, Michael & Dan chat with Pernille Ripp about teaching, being connected, and the Global Read Aloud. 

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Books, articles, lessons, and other amazing resources

  1. Information about the Social Studies Chat book club that Dan & Michael spoke can be found on the SSChat Book Club Facebook page! You can still participate in our reading of Kenneth C. Davis’s In the Shadow of Liberty and make use of the resources and author interviews!
  2. The Global Read Aloud that Pernille Ripp started can be found here! Learn more and sign up!

Contact

Pernille Ripp teaches 7th grade in Wisconsin. She is an blogger, thinker, creator, and all around great educator! She has also written three books with one more on the way- check them out! Learn more about her on her blog and/or follow her on Twitter!