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Volume 48, Issue 1 of TRSE Now Online!

  • 1.  Volume 48, Issue 1 of TRSE Now Online!

    Posted 02-24-2020 08:58:00 AM

    Dear Colleagues, 

    It is my pleasure to share with you Volume 48, Issue 1 of Theory & Research in Social Education, which has been published online. This issue includes the following articles and reviews:  

    "Teaching Social Studies Amid Ecological Crisis" by Mark Kissling and Jonathan Bell 

    "Novice Social Studies Teachers' Implementation of Differentiation: A Longitudinal Multicase Study" by Hilary Dack and Nicholas Triplett 

    "Differential Effects of State Testing Policies and School Characteristics on Social Studies Educators' Gate-Keeping Autonomy: A Multilevel Model" by Hyeri Hong and Gregory Hamot 

    "The Influence of Teacher-Student and Student-Student Relationships on Societal Involvement in Dutch Primary and Secondary Schools" by Frank Wanders, Ineke van der Veen, Anne Bert Dijkstra, and Ralf Maslowski 

    "The Discourse of (Mis)Construction and National History Exams" by Jay Shuttleworth and Timothy Patterson 


    "Survivance Storywork: Expecting More From Ourselves" by Christine Rogers Stanton (Review of Indigenous Children's Survivance in Public Schools by Leilani Sabzalian) 

    "Historical Issues and Democratic Decision-Making" by Patricia Avery and Robert Poch (Review of Reasoning with Democratic Values 2.0: Ethical Issues in American History, Volume I and Volume II by David Harris, Anne-Lise Halvorsen, and Paul Dain) 

    "Meeting the Challenges of Difficult Pasts and Presents in History Education" by Andrea Milligan (Review of Teaching and Learning Difficult Histories in International Contexts: A Critical Sociocultural Approach edited by Terrie Epstein and Carla Peck) 

    You can access the issue online at

    Wayne Journell
    Editor, Theory & Research in Social Education