Cameron White

Cameron White
University of Houston | U of H, UH · Department of Curriculum and Instruction

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https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/VUM5QMB9GKASQZNVNIRC/full?target=10.1080/01425692.2021.1962244 Drawing on a broader study that focused on understanding rural college students for equity and personal growth in higher education, this paper presents Ying’s story of learning and living as a female college student from rural China. Adopting the thin...
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This longitudinal qualitative study was conducted with Kosovo PhD students over a 3-year period who engaged in an ongoing intercultural education project at the University of Pristina’s Faculty of Education in Kosovo. The purpose of this article is to deepen the understanding of intercultural education with Kosovo as a critical case study. The data...
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“Intercultural Education: Kosovo Stories of Struggle and Resilience” offers stories that challenge traditional conceptions regarding often unknown or ignored histories. The efforts and fortitude of Kosovo and its people provide a thought-provoking case study to learn from history. Kosovo still suffers from issues of poverty, development, and global...
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The article addresses the need to integrate critical qualitative research in social education. In a world increasingly dominated by globalization and privatization, critical investigation of local to global issues in education are vital. Case studies of internationalizing efforts in education are described in order to provide a social justice / equ...
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The chapter will offer a discussion of the issues and possibilities regarding internationalizing teacher education. Specific examples of successful international teacher education projects and international education resources will be shared.
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The journey between social studies and social education leads travelers down a potentially transformative path with “white spaces” on a map that continuously needs examination. And yes, it really is about the journey and not the destination.
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We claim as a society that a purpose of education is to cultivate knowledge, skills, and dispositions for civic awareness and responsibility (Loewen, 2007; Ochoa-Becker, 2006; Ross, 2006).
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I knew something was missing every time I looked out on my students to share with them the excitement and importance of social studies and learning in general. They looked back, mostly through glazed over eyes, as their previous experiences left much to be desired.
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The Project for Active Teaching of History (PATH) is designed as a history education community collaborative to enhance the teaching and learning of American history. This paper will provide research findings, critical analysis, and application ideas and issues regarding PATH. The research perspectives focus on achievement of project goals and obje...
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What really are the purposes of schooling and education in our society? What are the roles of other institutions in society within the context of teaching and learning? Are socialization, assimilation and passivity all we desire of our institutions? Are we so uncomfortable and wary of our “way of life” that we can’t even trust ourselves? What good...
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“The principle of continuity of experience means that every experience both takes up something from those which have gone before and modifies in some way the quality of those that come after” John Dewey, 1938.
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While China has certainly taken a great stride in English teaching and learning since its open policy about 30 years ago, there' s no denying the fact that a lot of concomitant problems occur during its development. This paper explores into two of the hot issues now adays, and presents the author' s own experiences in two strikingly different class...
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Describes the development of a seamless curriculum of four methods courses--literacy, math, social studies, and science--within a transdisciplinary framework, defining transdisciplinary teaching and learning as a context and conveyor for knowledge influenced by the synergy between learners and teachers, which embraces collaboration, constructivism,...
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This article outlines the benefits of developing a program considering environmental education in which children are engaged in learning opportunities that connect to their lives and interests. The authors contend that reform efforts generally focus on the application of content knowledge by using higher order thinking skills and encourage connecti...
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Current discourse in education regarding modernism and postmodernism requires the inclusion of technology and teacher education. The issue of empowering teachers and students through a critical perspective regarding technology and teacher education is a particular focus. The idea is that what many call our postmodern world can employ technology and...
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Technology is an innovation that can offer much to facilitate a transformative social studies approach. The paper discusses the potential for technology in social studies teacher education by providing survey and interview results and models and examples for successful integration. The suggestion is that technology can provide opportunities for emp...
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What is social studies but the preparation of an active, informed, and critical citizenry? Primarily, the social studies should not rely on memorizing questionable "facts," but should focus on transformative approaches that allow critical analysis and problem solving on issues within history, government, and economics. Noting that elementary social...
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Considers ways to reform social studies education, beginning with preservice teacher education. Topics include constructivism, appropriate use of technology, modeling, reflecting, active student involvement, developing a community of learners, and student attitudes regarding preservice teacher education. (LRW)
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The paper discusses the need to restructure traditional approaches to classroom management in preservice teacher education, focusing on constructivist principles. A model for integrating constructivist principles at precollege and teacher education levels consists of four components (modeling, reflecting, actively involving students, and developing...
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Technology integration in teacher education is occurring at an unprecedented pace. Technorealism is desperately needed in teacher education programs to help ameliorate the mad rush to computer technology integration for its own sake. Technorealism offers a balanced and "rational" approach to the latest technologies and the resulting changes in thou...

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