The Councilor is the peer-reviewed journal of the Illinois Council for the Social Studies. Since 1939, The Councilor has published articles that incorporate pedagogical innovation and practice into all disciplines of the social studies. The Councilor also provides a forum for scholars to publish articles that explore the ways in which they integrate research into the classroom.
Vol 77, No 1 (2016)
Table of Contents
|The End of a War and the Rise of a Nation: A Lesson on the American Revolution|
|Joshua L Kenna, William B Russell|
|The Use of Discussion Protocols in Social Studies|
|Prentice T. Chandler, Suzanne Ehrlich|
|Cross Curriculum Lesson with the Aid of Google’s Ngram|
|Missy Hopper, Lindon Joey Ratliff, Willie Brown|
|Integrating Creative, Critical, and Historical Thinking through Close Reading, Document-Based Writing, and Original Political Cartooning|
|John Holden Bickford|
|Charles T. Rubin, Eclipse of Man: Human Extinction and the Meaning of Progress. 2014.|
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