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The March of Remembrance and Hope: Teaching and Learning About Diversity and Social Justice Through the Holocaust


by Elizabeth Spalding, Todd A. Savage & Jesus Garcia - 2007


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 109 Number 6, 2007, p. 1423-1456
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 13136, Date Accessed: 9/17/2021 12:48:36 PM
 
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  • Elizabeth Spalding
    University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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    ELIZABETH SPALDING is an associate professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Her research interests include performance and portfolio assessment, learning communities in teacher education, and secondary English teaching and teachers. Recent publications include: E. Spalding, T. A. Savage, & J. Garcia, “The March of Remembrance and Hope: The Effects of a Holocaust Education Experience on Preservice Teachers’ Thinking About Diversity,” Multicultural Education (2003); and E. Spalding & A. Wilson, “Demystifying Reflection: A Study of Pedagogical Strategies That Encourage Reflective Journal Writing,” Teachers College Record (2002).
  • Todd Savage
    New Mexico State University
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    TODD A. SAVAGE is an assistant professor and the director of training for the program in school psychology at New Mexico State University. His research interests include culture and culturally responsive practice in education and psychology, cooperative learning, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues as they impact the learning environment. Recent publications include: T. A. Savage, D. A. Harley, & T. M. Nowak, “Applying social empowerment strategies as tools for self-advocacy in counseling lesbian and gay male clients,” Journal of Counseling and Development (2005); and T. A. Savage, E. C. Arroyos-Jurado, C. L. Nero, & E. G. Vázquez, “Applying a Culturally Responsive Paradigm to the Field of School Psychology: A Framework for Practice and Training, School Psychology Trainers’ Forum (2004).
  • Jesus Garcia
    University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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    JESUS GARCIA is a professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and immediate past president of the National Council for the Social Studies. His research interests include the portrayal of societal groups in social studies materials, multicultural education, and social studies methods. Recent publications “Presidential Address—Democracy and Diversity: Social Studies in Action,” Social Education (2005); and “Multicultural Education in Social Studies,” Social Education (2002).
 
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