ERIC Number: ED442703
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Reference Count: N/A
Social Science on the Frontier: New Horizons in History and Geography. The Social Science Education Consortium Conference Series, Volume 1.
Bednarz, Sarah Witham, Ed.; Bednarz, Robert S., Ed.
This collection of essays examines recent scholarship in history and geography. The readings are for teachers, teacher educators, curriculum coordinators, and developers of curriculum materials. Following a foreword by the series editors, Matthew T. Downey and Joseph P. Stoltman, the essays are: (1) "At Play with Education and History" (Elliott West); (2) "The Topography of Geography: Some Trends in Human Geographic Thinking" (William E. Riebsame); (3) "Implications of New Research and Scholarship in History and Geography for Inservice Teacher Professional Development" (Ruth O. Selig); (4) "Implications of New Research and Scholarship in Geography for K-12 Curriculum Development" (Mary E. Haas); (5) "At Play with Curriculum Development in History" (John Allen Rossi); and (6) "The Implications of New Research and Scholarship in History and Geography for Undergraduate and Teacher Education" (Phil Klein; Fritz Fischer). (Each essay contains references.) (BT)
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Elementary Secondary Education, Geography, Higher Education, History, Professional Development, Scholarship, Social Studies, Teacher Education
Social Science Education Consortium, P.O. Box 21270, Boulder, CO 80301-4270; Web site: (www.ssecinc.org); ($14.95 plus postage/handling).
Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Social Science Education Consortium, Inc., Boulder, CO.