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ERIC Number: ED460065
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 303
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: ISBN-0-87986-089-8
The NCSS Presidential Addresses, 1936-1969: Perspectives on the Social Studies.
Previte, Mark A., Ed.; Sheehan, James J., Ed.
This collection of the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) presidential addresses seeks to provide a valuable window to the history of NCSS and the field of social studies. Following the "Introduction" (James J. Sheehan), addresses appear chronologically: 1936 "Social Sanity through the Social Studies" (R. O. Hughes); 1937 "The Dilemma of the Social Studies Teacher" (Elmer Ellis); 1938 "The Challenge to the Social Studies" (Charles C. Barnes); 1939 "The National Council and the Social Studies Teacher" (Ruth West); 1940 "The Social Studies, Patriotism, and Teaching Democracy" (Howard R. Anderson); 1941 "New Tasks for Social Studies Teachers" (Fremont P. Wirth); 1944 "The Role of the Social Studies Teacher in the Postwar World" (I. James Quillen); 1945 "Social Education: An Over-All View" (Mary G. Kelty); 1946 "Our Responsibilities and Obligations" (Burr W. Phillips); 1947 "Our Common Concern" (W. Linwood Chase); 1948 "What's Right with the Teaching of the Social Studies" (Stanley E. Dimond); 1949 "The Basis of Freedom" (W. Francis English); 1950 "History in General Education" (Erling M. Hunt); 1951 "Leadership through Cooperation" (Myrtle Roberts); 1952 "Our Presidential Achievements and Responsibilities" (Julian C. Aldrich); 1953 "Candid Observations: Remarks by the President" (John Haefner); 1954 "The NCSS at Work" (Dorothy McClure Fraser); 1955 "Presidential Report" (Edwin R. Carr); 1957 "The Social Studies: Scholarship and Pedagogy" (William H. Cartwright); 1958 "Of Teaching and Social Intelligence" (Jack Allen); 1961 "Report of the President of the National Council for the Social Studies" (Emlyn Jones); 1962 "A Discipline for the Social Studies" (Samuel P. McCutchen); 1963 "Quality Teaching: The Challenge of the Sixties" (Stella Kern); 1964 "The Inhumanities" (Isidore Starr); 1965 "Love and Laughter in the Social Studies" (William H. Hartley); 1966 "Persistent Problems of the Social Studies Classroom Teacher" (Adeline Brengle); 1967 "This I Have Learned" (Richard E. Gross); 1968 "Needed Perspectives in the Social Studies" (Ralph W. Cordier); 1969 "Though Time Be Fleet" (Ronald O. Smith); and "Commentary on the NCSS Presidential Addresses, 1936-1969" (Mark A. Previte). (BT)
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Publication Type: Collected Works - General; ERIC Publications; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: Office of Educational Research and Improvement (ED), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: ERIC Clearinghouse for Social Studies/Social Science Education, Bloomington, IN.