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The International Society for the Social Studies Annual Conference Proceedings (Orlando, Florida, February 27-28, 2014). Volume 2014, Issue 1


The "International Society for the Social Studies (ISSS) Annual Conference Proceedings" is a peer-reviewed professional publication published once a year following the annual conference. The following papers are included in the 2014 proceedings: (1) Legal Profession in the Technological Era with Special Reference to Women Lawyers in Coimbatore District of Tamil Nadu, India (G. Barani and S. Pavithra); (2) Proof in the Pudding: A Mix of Integrative and Interactive Strategies in Middle School Literacy (Ruth S. Busby, Todd Stork, and Nathaniel Smith); (3) History Teachers as Historian: Conducting Historical Research (Hayden Call); (4) Using the Library of Congress to Create DBQ's and Book Backdrops (Daniel A. Cowgill, II.); (5) Crowdsourcing for Digital Social Science Learning Companions: A Theory, Model, & Explanation (Charles Cummings); (6) Altering Student Perceptions of Research Practices through Wikipedia: Report on Action Research (Charles Cummings); (7) Teacher Created Prescriptive Interactive Content (TCPIC), SAMR, and Modernizing Remediation in Social Science Education (Charles Cummings); (8) Using Inquiry & Literacy Strategies to Investigate Climate Change (James S. Damico and Mark Baildon); (9) College Readiness for Rural Youth Initiative: Creating a Climate for Success (Jason Hedrick, Mark Light, and Jeff Dick); (10) Pedagogy of oppression: Reconstruction narratives in Mississippi history text books 1887-1976 (Kenneth V. Anthony); (11) Blending of Social Studies in Digital Age (Lakhwinder Jit Kaur); (12) Preparing Global Citizens to Lead and Serve: Positive Youth Development in Online Environments (Mark Light, Jason Hedrick, and Jeff Dick); (13) Instructional Strategies to Use with Primary Sources: A Practical Teaching Workshop (Karen Larsen Maloley); (14) Junior Achievement in Middle Level Education (Leisa A. Martin); (15) "History's Actually Become Important Again." Early Perspectives on History Instruction in the Common Core. (Paul B. McHenry); (16) Learning to Collaborate: Exploring Collective and Individual Outcomes of Special and General Educators (Anthony Pellegrino, Margaret P. Weiss, Kelley Regan, and Linda Mann); (17) Choosing to Break the Bubble: P-12 Teachers, Curricular Development and the Modern Civil Rights Movement (Anthony Pellegrino, Katy Swalwell, and Jenice View); (18) Heritage and Regionalisation in Portugal: Monuments and Community Identity (Fernando Magalhs); (19) Knowing the ROPES: Building Community and Citizenship Dispositions (Deb Sheffer and Barbara Swanson); (20) Relevance of Social Studies and Digital Era (Devinder Singh); (21) Preservice Social Studies Teachers' Conceptions of and Experiences with Discussion as a Pedagogical Tool (Rory Tannebaum); (22) Social Justice in Social Studies Teacher Education: What is our Message? (Juan Walker, Ann Marie Smith, Andrew L Hostetler, Sean M Lennon, and Laura Rychly); (23) Theoretical Cognitive Principles Applied in the Social Studies Classroom: Procedure of Primary Sources (Juan Walker, William B. Russell, III., and John Pagnotti); (24) The History of the Handshake: Its Place in the Classroom in the Digital Age (Beau Michael Whitsett); (25) International Reductions in Compulsory Geography Education and Teacher Preparation: A Multi-national Pilot Study (Patrick C. Womac); (26) Creating a Space for Social Justice through Dialogic Interactions in a Writing Workshop (Elsie L. Olan and Jeffery Kaplan); and (27) Writing Workshop Fostering Social Justice through Creative Writing and Dialogic Interactions (Jeffery Kaplan and Elise L. Olan). (Individual papers contain references.) [For the 2013 proceedings, see ED545197.]


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