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Author Stone, Randi.

Title Best practices for teaching social studies : what award-winning classroom teachers do / Randi Stone.

Published Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Corwin Press, [2008]
©2008

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  300.71073 STON    AVAILABLE
Physical description xvii, 101 pages ; 24 cm
Notes Includes index.
Contents Pt. I. Elementary and Middleschool -- 1. Celebrating Our Constitution / Diana Schmiesing -- 2. Investigating Historical Objects and Pictures / Diana Schmiesing -- 3. Tasting: A Cultural and Culinary Journey to Italy / Sandra Noel -- 4. A Tale of a Whale / John Pieper -- 5. The Art of Social Studies/The Social Studies in Art / William Fitzhugh -- 6. Assembly-Line Lunches / Kari Debbink -- 7. The History Kids: Celebrating Our Local Heritage / Carol Glanville -- 8. Who Would You Help? / Kari Debbink -- 9. Exploring Diversity Through Technology / Marsha Mathias -- 10. When They "Just Don't Get It": Homework and Study Skills / Monique Wallen -- Pt. II. High School -- 11. Putting the "Social" Back Into Social Studies / Megan E. Garnett -- 12. A Social Studies Twist on the "Hemingway Challenge" / Megan E. Garnett -- 13. World War II Memories: An Oral History Project / Marguerite Ames -- 14. Life-Changing Field Trips / James Wade D'Acosta.
15. Crafting Individualized Research Projects / James Wade D'Acosta -- 16. Promoting Citizenship / Teresa Heinhorst -- 17. Reflections From a High School History Teacher / Robert Rodey.
Summary "Randi Stone transports readers into the lively classrooms of award-winning teachers in this collection of outstanding methods for teaching social studies to diverse elementary, middle, and high school learners. Like its companion volumes for teaching writing, mathematics, and science, Best Practices for Teaching Social Studies presents firsthand accounts from educators offering fresh ideas and inquiry-based techniques to build student confidence, increase academic achievement, and develop critical thinking skills. Highlights include master teachers' tips on how to: organize and produce oral history projects, use technology to explore diversity, teach the art of geography and the geography of art, put the "social" back into social studies, and more. Beginning and experienced teachers alike will discover an abundance of creative teaching practices to strengthen the social studies curriculum."--PUBLISHER'S WEBSITE.
Subject Social sciences -- Study and teaching -- United States -- Case studies.
Effective teaching -- United States -- Case studies.
ISBN 9781412924528 (hbk. : alk. paper)
9781412924535 (paperback: alk. paper)