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NCSS College and University Faculty Assembly 2016

At-a-Glance Program

Wednesday, 30 November
8:00am – 11:55amCUFA Executive Board Meeting
11:30am – 11:45amGraduate Student Forum Meeting Introduction & Announcements
11:45am – 12:45pmGraduate Forum Panel
12:45pm – 1:05pmCUFA Graduate Forum Officer Nominations and Elections
1:00pm – 2:50pmTheory and Research in Social Education Editorial Board Meeting
1:15pm – 2:30pmGrad Roundtable #1: Investigating the Experiences of Social Studies Teachers
 Grad Roundtable #2: Thinking and Rethinking Social Studies Teaching Strategies and Tools
 Grad Roundtable #3: Students' Active Engagement in Social Studies
 Grad Roundtable #4: Perspectives on Elementary Social Studies Teaching
 Grad Roundtable #5: Sensemaking and Action in Civics
 Grad Roundtable #6: History Curriculum
 Grad Roundtable #7: Historical Thinking
 Grad Roundtable #8: Critically Examining Social Studies
 Grad Roundtable #9: Methodological Concerns in Social Studies Research
 Grad Roundtable #10: Investigating Teacher Learning
 Grad Roundtable #11: NCSS National Standards for the Preparation of Social Studies Teachers
2:00pm – 3:00pmCUFA Unconference
3:00pm – 4:15pmGeneral Session 1
 Facilitating Evidence-Based Discussions in Secondary Social Studies Classrooms
 Making the Comfortable Uncomfortable: A Call for Subversive, Anti-Entropy Social Studies Teaching and Learning in Schools and Communities
 Σxi2(SQUARSS*CUFA) = Encouraging conversation on quantitative research, education policy and the social studies
 Preparing Novices to Facilitate Discussions with K-12 Students through Practice-Based Teacher Education
 Global Citizenship and Identity
 Critical Issues in Elementary Social Studies
 Navigating Diverse Citizenship Narratives and Political Discourse
 Roundtable #1: Global Perspectives
 Roundtable #2: The Social Studies Past and Present
 CUFA Conversations
4:30pm – 5:45pmGeneral Session 2
 100 Years of Change in Social Studies Theory and Research
 Towards Justice-Oriented Elementary Social Studies Curricula
 Inquiries and new directions in race research: Reflections from social studies scholars
 A Nation of Immigrants: Citizenship, Belonging and Place-Making in Social Studies Education
 Developing Historical Understanding
 Powerful Practices in Teacher Education
 Culturally Responsive Social Studies
 Roundtable #1: Critical Practices in the Social Studies
 Roundtable #2: Innovative Practices in Geography
 Roundtable #3: Rigor and Assessment in the Social Studies
 CUFA Conversations
6:00pm – 7:00pmCUFA Opening Speaker: Dr. Tyrone Howard
7:00pm – 8:00pmMembership Meet and Greet Reception
8:00pm – 9:00pmScholars of Color Forum Business Meeting
 SCUFF Business Meeting
 
Thursday, 1 December
8:00am – 9:00amCUFA Unconference
9:00am – 10:15amGeneral Session 3
 Rehumanizing SS: Reconceptualizing How Others Are Viewed in SS Education
 Book Talk: Schooling Corporate Citizens
 Comfort is no longer an option: Confronting controversial issues in elementary social studies teacher education
 Enacting Disciplined Inquiry in History Classrooms
 Civic Identity and Engagement
 LGTBQ Perspectives in the Social Studies
 Technology Integration in the Social Studies
 Roundtable #1: Cultivating Critical Perspectives in Teacher Education
 Roundtable #2: Culturally Responsive Classrooms and Teachers
 Roundtable #3: Teacher Professional Development
 CUFA Conversations
10:30am – 11:45amGeneral Session 4
 Social Studies and English Language Learners: Programs, Practices, and Pitfalls (SCUFF)
 Issues and Possibilities in Global Citizenship Education
 Teaching About the Nature, Politics, and Approaches to Teaching About Economic Inequality
 Disciplinary Literacy
 Disrupting Narratives: New Approaches to Social Studies Education and Race (SoCF)
 Elementary Social Studies & Popular Media
 Critical Perspectives on Social Studies Curriculum
 Roundtable #1: Empathy, Emotion & Evil in the Social Studies
 Roundtable #2: Teacher Education and Practice
 Roundtable #3: NCSS National Standards for the Preparation of Social Studies Teachers
 CUFA Conversations
12:00pm – 1:45pmCritical Conversations & Java Network Lunch
2:00pm – 3:15pmGeneral Session 5
 Book Talk: Global Citizenship Education: Everyday Transcendence
 Social studies beyond the academy: Translating theory and research for public engagement
 Defining Civic Literacy for the 21st Century: Challenges and Implications for Research and Practice
 Economics in Action
 Ciritical Consciousness & Cultural Memory
 Reviewing for and Publishing in Theory & Research in Social Education
 Student Perceptions of Race and Racism
 Roundtable #1: Teacher Perspectives & Decision Making
 Roundtable #2: Innovative Practices in Teacher Education
 Roundtable #3: Technology in the Social Studies
 CUFA Conversations
3:30pm – 4:45pmGeneral Session 6
 Becoming Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable: Teaching for and about Diversity in Non-Diverse Settings
 Book Talk: Handbook of Research in Education
 Global Citizenship Education and Social Studies: New Pathways in Practice
 Critical Consciousness and Emancipatory Pedagogies
 Conceptualizing the Social Studies
 The State of the Social Studies: Past and Present
 Critical Analysis of SS Textbooks
 Roundtable #1: Developing Agency in Teacher Education
 Roundtable #2: Immigrant Voices and Perspectives
 Roundtable #3: Elementary Teacher Decision-Making
5:00pm – 6:00pmCUFA Keynote: Dr. Bettina Love
6:00pm – 7:00pmCUFA Business Meeting
7:00pm – 9:00pmCUFA Reception
 
Friday, 2 December
8:00am – 10:00amCUFA Executive Board Meeting
8:45am – 9:45amDisciplinary Literacy and the Quest for Balance in Social Studies Instruction
10:00am – 11:00amBecoming Citizens or Citizens Already?
11:15am – 12:15pmIncluding Diverse Families in Early Social Studies Curriculum
 Outstanding Dissertation Award: Reconceptualizing the Teaching of Mexican American Contributions in U.S. History: A Case Study on Mendez v. Westminster
1:00pm – 2:00pmVoices from the Field: Evidence to Support Social Studies Teachers in The First Year of Teaching
3:45pm – 4:45pmUsing class critiques as a method to develop in-service teachers’ professionalism
 Outstanding Research Award: What Happened Needs to be Told”: Fostering Critical Historical Reasoning in the Classroom
5:00pm – 6:00pmCreating Classrooms and Schools with a Democratic Ethos: Applying practices and findings from a democratic elementary school
  Jean Dresden Grambs Distinguished Career Research in Social Studies Award: Narrative and Inerpretation: History and Life--An Interview with Peter Seixas

 

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