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NCSS College and University Faculty Assembly 2018

At-a-Glance Program

Wednesday, 28 November
8:00am – 11:00amCUFA Executive Board Meeting
10:00am – 11:15amTable 1: Teaching World History
 Table 10: Teaching Citizenship and Politics
 Table 2: Critical Social Studies for Elementary Schools
 Table 3: Gender and Sexuality in Social Studies Education
 Table 4: The Role of Identity in Social Studies Teaching and Learning
 Table 5: Global Education
 Table 6: Multicultural Education & Culturally Relevant Social Studies
 Table 7: U.S. History Teaching & Curriculum
 Table 8: Social Studies Research Across Disciplines
 Table 9: Social Studies Teacher Education
10:00am – 10:15amCUFA Grad Forum Welcome
11:15am – 1:00pmTRSE Editorial Board Meeting
11:30am – 1:00pmRethinking Social Studies for Undocumented Students and Families
12:00pm – 1:00pmCUFA Grad Forum Conversation with Colleagues
1:10pm – 2:20pmWelcome and Opening Keynote-Dr. David Stovall
2:30pm – 3:45pmCivic and Citizenship Education of a Different Hue: [Critical] Race Theories and Perspectives from Communities of Color
 Newspeak 2018: Challenging Untruths and the Narrowing of Thought
 History, Memory, and Silence: A Symposium on Remembering and Public Pedagogy
 Learning Social Studies in Virtual and Augmented Spaces: Theory, Methods, Approaches
 Inquiry as a Wrecking Ball: Tearing Down Walls and Stereotypes in Incarcerated Secondary Classroom Environments
 Broadening the Conceptualization of LGBTQ+ Allyship in Social Studies Research
 Social Studies Education and Race, Part I: Research from the Elementary and Secondary Classrooms
 Disrupting the Monolingual: Bilingual Education and Social Studies Education
 Unconference
4:00pm – 5:15pmTensions, Complexities & Contradictions in the Teaching of Immigration
 Whiteness and White Dominance in Social Studies Education
 Elementary Education and the 2016 Election: Navigating Politically Divisive Rhetoric with Young Learners
 Confronting Capitalism in Social Studies Teaching and Teacher Education
 Teaching Social Studies Methods: Conversations among Colleagues
 An Activist, Spoken-word Poet, Museum Educator, and a Couple Profs Walk into a Theatre: Community Collaborations in Theatre and Film
 Resisting the Master Script: Black, Latinx, and Caribbean Perspectives Towards History Education
 Book Talk: In the Shadow of Authoritarianism: American Education in the Twentieth Century
 Unconference
5:30pm – 6:00pmCUFA Awards Ceremony
6:00pm – 7:15pmMembership Meet and Greet
7:15pm – 8:15pmSCUFF Business Meeting
 Scholars of Color Forum Business Meeting
 
Thursday, 29 November
8:00am – 9:00amUnconference
8:00am – 8:50amCUFA Grad Forum Business Meeting and Elections
9:00am – 10:15amFamily Dis/Connections: Reimagining School-Based Family History Research in Response to Colonial Contexts
 Race and Civic Myths: Troubling Patriotism, Civic Altruism, and the American Dream
 The Emancipatory Potential of Practitioner Research in the Social Studies
 Creating and Situating Authentic Teaching Cases of Controversial Issues in Elementary and Middle Grades Social Studies
 Doing Teacher Education in the Park: New York City's Central Park as a Pedagogical Space and a Space of Pedagogy
 The Long Tail of the Inquiry Design Model
 Beyond Essentialism: Narratives of Intersectionality in Social Studies Education
 SCUFF Session-Expanding the Intellectual Contours of Social Studies Education
 SCUFF Session-Expanding the Intellectual Contours of Social Studies Education
 Unconference
10:30am – 11:45amReconceptualizing Civic Education: Attitudes, Ideology, Identity, and Resistance in Social Studies Classrooms
 When White Supremacist Perspectives Become One of the 'Multiple' Perspectives: Teacher Educators of Color Engaging During Troubling Times in the U.S. South
 Lesson Study in Social Studies: Promises and Challenges
 Perspectives on Social Studies Teacher Education
 Nuancing Discourses on Gender and Sexuality in Social Studies Education
 War, Race, and Monuments: Confronting Historical Debates, Controversies, and Difficult Dialogues
 Expanding the Curricular & Intellectual Contours of Social Studies: A Conversation on Ethnic Studies and Social Studies Education
 Roundtable #1: Global Citizenship Education Research
 Roundtable #2: Standards, Curriculum, and Position Statements: Cases Inclusion, Exclusion, or [Mis-]Representation
 Roundtable #3: “…of and from”: Religion and Social Studies Education
 Unconference
11:50am – 1:50pmJava Literature Lunches
2:00pm – 3:15pmGlobal Education and the Geopolitics of Epistemology
 Social Studies Education and Race, Part II: Critical Conversations in Teacher Education
 Constructivism and the New Social Studies: A Collection of Classic Inquiry Lessons
 Resistance, Activism, and Agency in Social Studies Education
 Interrumpiendo las fronteras de epistemologías, ontologías, y lenguajes en los estudios sociales
 They Don't Know What They Don't Know: Navigating Elementary Preservice Teachers' Struggle for Content Knowledge
 Fake News: Why It Is Problematic and What We Can Do About It
 Roundtable #1: Curriculum Theorizing Social Studies Education
 Roundtable #2: Expanding the Boundaries of Social Studies Teacher Education
 Roundtable #3: Teacher Reflections and Research on Social Studies Praxis
 Roundtable #4: New Dialogues on Civic Education
 Unconference
3:30pm – 4:45pmTraveling Beyond 90 Feet to Home: How the BASE-Chicago Encourages Active Student Citizenship
 Using Children’s Literature to Teach Powerful and Purposeful Elementary Social Studies
 Digging Up and Digging Through the Literature: Social Studies Research as a Site for Excavation
 Controversial Issues and Difficult Dialogues: Democratic Pedagogy in an Era of Polarization
 Critical Research Methodologies and Representation in Social Studies Research
 The Praxis of Civic Education
 Issues, Trends, and Future Visions for Social Studies Education: A Chat with Journal and Book Series Editors
 Roundtable #1: Global Perspectives on Teaching and Curriculum
 Roundtable #2: Thinking and Inquiring About History
 Roundtable #3: Teacher Beliefs and Teacher Perceptions
5:00pm – 6:00pmClosing Keynote-Dr. Angela Valenzuela
6:00pm – 6:30pmCUFA Business Meeting
6:45pm – 8:30pmCUFA Closing Reception
 
Friday, 30 November
8:00am – 11:00amCUFA Executive Board Meeting
9:00am – 10:00amPractical Issues of Using Inquiry-Based Learning in the K-5 Classroom
10:15am – 11:15amResearch in Practice: Engaging Students in Authentic Action Civics Projects
11:30am – 12:30pmInstructional Dilemma: What if Privileged Students' Views Harm Marginalized Peers?
2:45pm – 3:45pmTeaching Cases to Grapple with Dilemmas of Educational Justice in Troubling Times
 Reading the World: Multimodal Access Points to Critical Literacy in Social Studies
4:00pm – 5:00pmChildren as Civic Actors: Towards Social Studies Environments that Support Embodied Civic Experiences

 


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