C&I faculty and students well represented at National Council for the Social Studies
Social studies education doctoral students Sara Levy, Maia Sheppard, Annette Simmons and Muffet Trout, and faculty members Patricia Avery, professor, and J.B. Mayo, assistant professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, presented individual research papers at the annual College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies in Atlanta, Georgia November 11-12.
The students' research papers are entitled: Teacher Educators and the Minimization of Trauma (Levy); Difficult History: "I Just Want to ... Feel the Pain of How They Were Treated" (Sheppard); Hmong Adolescents' Conceptions of Citizenship (Simmons); Care Before Judgment: Relationship Building to Keep Learning Alive in Social Studies Student Teaching Supervision (Trout). Social studies education faculty
Titles of faculty papers are: The Deliberating in a Democracy Project: Experiences in Transitional Democracies (Avery) and Queer, Questioning, Ally, and Gay?: GSA Members' Multiple and Shifting Identities and their Impact on the Overall School Community (Mayo).