Episode 156: Busing and Historical Empathy with Katherine Perrotta

In episode 156, Dan and Michael chat with Katherine Perrotta about her new article in Middle Level Learning titled, “Promoting Historical Empathy with the C3 Framework: Analyzing the Busing Controversy in United States History.”

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Episode 155: Navigating Identity as Controversy with Jenni Conrad

In episode 155, Dan and Michael chat with Jenni Conrad about her new article in Theory & Research in Social Education (TRSE) titled, “Navigating identity as a controversial issue: One teacher’s disclosure for critical empathic reasoning.”

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Episode 152: Critical pedagogy for democratic citizenship with Melissa Gibson

In episode 152, Dan and Michael chat with Melissa Gibson about their new article in Theory & Research in Social Education titled, “From deliberation to counter-narration: Toward a critical pedagogy for democratic citizenship.”

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Episode 148: Nurturing Black and Brown Students in Schools with Marquita Foster & Danelle Adeniji

In episode 148, Dan and Michael chat with University of North Texas doctoral students Marquita Foster & Danelle Adeniji about the pandemic, nurturing Black and Brown students, and disrupting harmful practices in schools.

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