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The (Mis)representation of Enslavement in Historical Literature for Elementary Students

by Timothy Patterson & Jay M. Shuttleworth - 2019

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 121 Number 4, 2019, p. -
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 22613, Date Accessed: 6/5/2020 12:54:22 PM
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  • Timothy Patterson
    Temple University
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    TIMOTHY PATTERSON, Ph.D., is assistant professor of social studies education at Temple University, where he primarily teaches courses in social studies methods and the history of education. His research interests include teacher education in the social studies, particularly related to global education and international professional development. Previous publications include: Patterson, T., & Woyshner, C. (2016). History in other contexts: Pre-service history teachers’ field placements at cultural institutions. The History Teacher, 50(1), 9–31; and Patterson, T. (2015). The transformative power of travel? Four social studies teachers reflect on their international professional development. Theory and Research in Social Education, 43(3), 345–371.
  • Jay Shuttleworth
    Long Island University, Brooklyn
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    JAY M. SHUTTLEWORTH, Ph. D., is assistant professor of education at Long Island University, Brooklyn. He teaches primarily methodology courses and the social issues of urban education. His research interests include broadening the conceptualization of citizenship education to include responsibilities for sustainable living. Recent publications include: Shuttleworth, J. M. (2015). Teaching the social issues of a sustainable food supply. The Social Studies, 106(4), 159–169; and Hatch, T., Shuttleworth, J. M., Taylor-Jaffee, A., & Marri, A. (2016). Videos, pairs, and peers: What connects theory and practice in teacher education? Teaching and Teacher Education, 59, 274–284.
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