Courses Catalogue

Methodology Of Teaching Social Studies

COURSE CODE: SST 2103
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 LIST

Angell, A. V. (1998). Learning to teach social studies: A case study of belief restructuring. Theory & Research in Social Education, 26(4), 509-529.

 

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

Griffin (2001). Social Studies, A study Longman publications, London

Fredich M.C (2000). Man and Environment Evans publications London

Ladson-Billings (2001). Crafting a culturally relevant social studies approach. In The Social Studies Curriculum, pp. 201-215.

 

Johnston, M. (1990). Teachers' backgrounds and beliefs: Influences on learning to teach in the social studies. Theory & Research in Social Education, 18(3), 207-232

Seixas ., P & Morton, T ., ( 2013).  The Big Six Historical  Thinking Concepts, Nelson Education, 104-115

 

Singer, A. J. (2008). Social studies for secondary schools: Teaching to learn, learning to teach. Routledge.

Thornton, S. J. (2005). Teaching social studies that matters: Curriculum for active learning. Teachers College Press.