Courses Catalogue

Instructional Materials And Research In Social Studies

COURSE CODE: SST 2101
COURSE CREDIT UNIT: 3
ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Arts (Primary), B.Ed
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: College of Education, Open and Distance Learning
STATUS: Core
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Required Readings

READING MATERIALS

Armstrong D.G and T.V Savage (1997). Effective teaching in elementary social studies, Macmilan Publishing company

Brant, J., Chapman, A. & Isaacs, T. (2016) 'International instructional systems: social studies', The Curriculum Journal

Chapman, A. (2016) ‘On the Grammars of School History: Who Whom?’, Public History Weekly

 

Conklin, H. (2014). Student learning in the middle school social studies classroom: The role of differing teacher preparation. Elementary School Journal, 114(4), 455-478.

 

Chapman, A. and Wilschut, A. (Eds.) (2015) Joined Up History: New directions in history education research

 

Drake & Nelson (2005). Engagement in teaching history. Theory and practices for middle and

secondary teacher. NJ: Merrill-Prentice Hall.

 

Weinstein, C. (2007). Middle and secondary classroom management: Lessons from research and

Practice, 3rd Ed. Heinemann Press.

 

Doty, J.K., Cameron, G.N. & Barton, M. (2003). Teaching Reading in Social Studies. McRel

Press: Aurora, CO.

Weinstein, C. (2007). Middle and secondary classroom management: Lessons from research and

Practice, 3rd Ed. Heinemann Press.

 

Zarnowski, M. (2006). Making sense of history; Using high quality literature and hands on experiences to build content knowledge. Scholastic.

 

Seefeldt C. (1997). Social studies for the preschool-primary child, 5th edition, MerryPublishers.