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Preparing to Teach Social Studies for Social Justice: Becoming a Renegade


reviewed by Christina M. Tschida & Sarah Shear — September 06, 2016

coverTitle: Preparing to Teach Social Studies for Social Justice: Becoming a Renegade
Author(s): Ruchi Agarwal-Rangnath, Alison G. Dover, and Nick Henning
Publisher: Teachers College Press, New York
ISBN: B01E7N4HAY, Pages: 160, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 06, 2016
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21632, Date Accessed: 7/29/2017 7:47:35 AM

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  • Christina Tschida
    East Carolina University
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    CHRISTINA TSCHIDA is Assistant Professor of social studies education and elementary curriculum in the Department of Elementary and Middle Grades Education at East Carolina University. Her research interests center around improving teacher education through critical and justice-oriented pedagogies in social studies education, high quality online instruction, and clinical practice reform through use of co-teaching models of student teaching and coaching. Her work has been published in such journals as Social Studies Research and Practice, The Rural Educator, the Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, and the Journal of Children’s Literature. She is an editor for Making Controversial Issues Relevant for Elementary Social Studies: A Critical Reader, which is anticipated for publication in 2017.
  • Sarah Shear
    Pennsylvania State University-Altoona
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    SARAH SHEAR is Assistant Professor of Social Studies Education at The Pennsylvania State University-Altoona. Her primary research focuses on teaching and learning social studies within Indigenous contexts and examining race and settler colonialism in social studies curriculum, teacher education, and qualitative research methodologies. Her work has been published in Theory and Research in Social Education, Journal of Social Studies Research, Qualitative Inquiry, and the edited volume Doing Race in Social Studies: Critical Perspectives. Dr. Shear has work forthcoming in two edited volumes: Cinematic Social Studies: A Resource for Teaching and Learning Social Studies with Film and Race Lessons: Using Inquiry to Teach About Race in Social Studies. She is also first editor for Making Controversial Issues Relevant for Elementary Social Studies: A Critical Reader, which is anticipated for publication in 2017. In addition, Dr. Shear’s work has been featured in Huffington Post, Indian Country Today, and other state and national media outlets.
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