Departments & Colleges
Research Area Overlaps
University of Toledo
"Courage, Loyalty, Cruelty:" Learning about History in a Classical Christian School
Social Studies Research and Practice
Scaffolding Historical Source Work Using the Inquiry Design Model (IDM)
Using and interrogating extended reality within a C3 disciplined-inquiry
Using scaffolding to support CLD students’ critical multiple perspective-taking on history
Teaching and Teacher Education
"If you’re not talking about those things, you’re not talking about history": Interrogating and discussing secondary sources
Teaching Difficult Histories in Difficult Times: Stories of Practice.
. Teachers College Press. 179-190.
Through the Eyes of Dr. King and Malcolm X: The Intersection of Civil Rights and Religion
Hollywood or history: An inquiry based approach for using film to teach world religions
Scaffolding Inquiry: Tips and Tricks.
Teaching Difficult Histories in Difficult Times: Stories of Practice
Examining the Religious Identities of Civil Rights Leaders Through Film
Finding (or Designing) the “Best Fit” IDM for Your Students
They know it, but can we see it?: A case study of classroom-based assessment
Preparing Social Studies and ELA Teachers to Use XR Technologies Intentionally to Support Learning
Routines, rituals, tools and aspirations: Social studies assessment past, present and future
Using Cartoons to Promote Students' Environmental Stewardship of Outdoor Places
“I completely forget all of this”: Student memories and use of classroom experiences in their learning of history
Cumulative publications in Scholars@UToledo