Skip to main content
Other
Teaching together: School/university collaboration to improve social studies education
GSEAP Faculty Book and Media Gallery
  • Mary Christenson
  • Marilyn Johnston
  • Jim Norris
  • Marsha Alibrandi, Fairfield University
  • C. Beal
  • A. Wilson
  • A. Thompson
  • R. Hagevik
  • B. Mackie
  • V. Owens
  • N. Sinclair
Role

Co-editors: Mary Christenson, Marilyn Johnston, Jim Norris

Contributing authors: Marsha Alibrandi, C. Beal, A. Wilson, A. Thompson, R. Hagevik, B. Mackie, V. Owens, and N. Sinclair.

Document Type
Book Contribution
Description/Summary

Marsha Alibrandi (with C. Beal, A. Wilson, A. Thompson, R. Hagevik, B. Mackie, V. Owens, and N. Sinclair) is a contributing author, "Students reclaim their community’s history: Conducting interdisciplinary research with technological applications".

Book description: This book provides preservice, beginning, and experienced social studies teachers with provocative ideas for and a realistic look at the challenges of developing curriculum through collaboration between elementary/secondary teachers and university professors. The book begins with an introductory essay by the editors.

Disciplines
ISBN
9780879860882
Publication Date
1-1-2001
Publication Information

Alibrandi, M., Beal, C., Wilson, A., Thompson, A., Hagevik, R., Mackie, B., Owens, V & Sinclair, N. (2001). Students reclaim their community’s history: Conducting interdisciplinary research with technological applications. In Christenson, M., Johnston, M. & Norris, J. (Eds.) Teaching together: School/university collaboration to improve social studies education. Washington, DC: NCSS Bulletin 98.

Comments

Copyright 2001 NCSS - National Council for the Social Studies

Citation Information
Mary Christenson, Marilyn Johnston, Jim Norris, Marsha Alibrandi, et al.. "Teaching together: School/university collaboration to improve social studies education" (2001)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/marsha_alibrandi/3/