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  • 1.  Latest Issue of TRSE Now Online

    Posted 05-26-2022 11:55:00 AM

    Dear Colleagues, 

    I am writing to share with you the latest issue of Theory & Research in Social Education, which has been published online and includes the following articles and reviews: 

    "History is critical: Addressing the false dichotomy between historical inquiry and criticality" by Maribel Santiago and Tadashi Dozono 

    "Bridge or byway? Teaching historical reading and civic online reasoning in a U.S. history class" by Sarah McGrew 

    "'Technology inevitably involves trade-offs': The framing of technology in social studies standards" by Daniel Krutka, Scott Metzger, and Zackary Seitz 

    "Assessing computational thinking in the social studies" by Meghan Manfra, Thomas Hammond, and Robert Coven 

    "Social citizenship competencies at the end of primary school: The role of socio-ethnic classroom diversity and teachers' citizenship beliefs and practices in the classroom climate" by Lisa De Schaepmeester, Johan van Braak, and Koen Aesaert 

    [Book review] "From 'contained risk taking' to 'required risk taking'" by Casey Holmes and Paula McAvoy (review of Hard questions: Learning to teach controversial issues by Judith Pace) 

    [Book review] "Centering the lives of immigrant and refugee youth: (Re)envisioning narratives of belonging in social studies education" by Ashley Jaffee and Gerardo Aponte-Safe (review of Humanitarianism and mass migration: Confronting the world crisis edited by Marcelo Suárez-Orozco) 

    [Book review] "A more conscious history education? Historical consciousness, narrative, and identity in French Canadian schools" by Anna Clark (review of Beyond history for historical consciousness: Students, narrative, and memory by Stéphane Lévesque and Jean-Phillipe Croteau 

    You can access these articles online at

    Wayne Journell
    Editor, Theory & Research in Social Education