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New Issue: Journal of International Social Studies v. 10 n.1

  • 1.  New Issue: Journal of International Social Studies v. 10 n.1

    Posted 04-06-2020 12:20:00 PM

    Colleagues,

    Journal of International Social Studies has just published its latest issue at https://www.iajiss.org/index.php/iajiss. I invite you to review the table of contents here and then visit our website.

    Thank you for the continuing interest in our work,

    Anatoli Rapoport
    Purdue University


    Journal of International Social Studies
    Vol 10, No 1 (2020)

    Table of Contents
    https://www.iajiss.org/index.php/iajiss/issue/view/25

     

    From the Editor

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    Global Pandemic: A Painful Lesson for Social Studies Educators
                      Anatoli Rapoport

    Articles

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    Marginalization of Social Studies Teacher Preparation for Global Competence and Global Perspectives Pedagogy: A Call for Change                                               Omiunota Nelly Ukpokodu

    Social Studies Curricula: Interpreting and Using African Primary Source Documents

                    Oluseyi Matthew Odebiyi, Cynthia S. Sunal

    What If People Judge Me Unfairly: The Mediating Role of Fear of Negative Evaluation on the Relationship between Perceived Autonomy Support and Academic Risk-Taking Behavior in Social Studies Courses

                    Servet Üztemur

    Global Education in Neoliberal Times: A Comparative Case Study of Two Schools in New York

                    Melissa C Mitchem, Hanadi Shatara, Yeji Kim, William Gaudelli

    Investigating the cultural competence of preservice teachers: comparisons and considerations

                    Suzanne Elizabeth Macqueen, Ruth Reynolds, Kate Ferguson-Patrick

    Social Studies Teachers' Readiness to Teach the Security Education Theme in the Reviewed Edition of Nigeria's Basic Education Curriculum

                    Moshood Babatunde Lawal

    'Hard' facts or 'soft' opinion? History teachers' reasoning about historical objectivity

                    Gideon Boadu

    Essays

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    School Social Studies as a Vehicle for Human Rights Education: Caveats

                    Barend Vlaardingerbroek

    Lights, Camera, Student Voice: Using technology to address and explore economics within the C3 Framework

                    Jennie M. Carr,  John Kruggel

    Supporting an Inquiry Mindset: Resisting the Lack of Curiosity by Design Model

                    Juan Manuel Walker, Cody Cruse, Kim Barker



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    Anatoli Rapoport, Ph. D.
    Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction
    Editor, Journal of International Social Studies
    Department of Curriculum and Instruction
    Purdue University
    rapoport@purdue.edu
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