Advancing Social Studies Education through Self-Study Methodology

The Power, Promise, and Use of Self-Study in Social Studies Education


ISBN: 978-90-481-3942-2 (Print) 978-90-481-3943-9 (Online)

Table of contents (12 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxiii

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    Pages 1-19

    Self-Study and Social Studies: Framing the Conversation

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    Pages 21-36

    Join, or Die! A Pragmatic Case for Reflective Self-Study in Social Studies

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    Pages 37-53

    Looking Glass on the Dresser: Finding Florence Fisher Farr

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    Pages 55-70

    Self-Study Methodology as a Means Toward Ongoing Rationale Development and Refinement

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    Pages 71-86

    Diversity, Democracy, and Documentation: A Self-Study Path to Sharing Social Realities and Challenges in a Field-Based Social Studies Curriculum Methods Course

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    Pages 87-102

    Modeling Self-Study in Social Studies Teacher Education: Facilitating Learning About Teaching for Democratic Citizenship

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    Pages 103-117

    Internationalising Social Studies Programmes Through Self-Study

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    Pages 119-137

    Social Skills in Action: An Ethic of Care in Social Studies Student Teaching Supervision

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    Pages 139-156

    Self-Study’s Influence on Graduate Studies and Social Studies Teaching: Bridging Intent and Action

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    Pages 157-175

    Complicating Coherence: Self-Study Research and Social Studies Teacher Education Programs and Practices

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    Pages 177-196

    I Love It When a Plan Comes Together: Collaborative Self-Study in Graduate School as a Space to Reframe Thinking About Social Studies Teaching and Teacher Education

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    Pages 197-207

    Looking Across and Moving Forward: Shared Connections and Future Questions

  14. Back Matter

    Pages 209-217