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National Council for the Social Studies is the largest professional association in the country devoted solely to social studies education. The NCSS Podcast offers extra content linked to published articles appearing in the NCSS Journals.

Latest Episodes

Ep.3: Passionate About Project-Based Learning

Ep.3: Passionate About Project-Based Learning Moderator: Jane C. Lo is Assistant Professor of Social Science Education in the School of Teacher Education at Florida State University. She studies social studies education broadly, with a specific focus on civic education. Her recent works on student political engagement and project-based learning can be found in Theory and Research in Social Education as well as Democracy & Education. Reach Jane at jlo@fsu.edu. This podcast is an audio extra to her January/February 2018 articles in Social Education, where she served as Guest Editor. Social Education is a journal of the National Council for the Social Studies. Link to Jane’s Social Education article here: https://www.socialstudies.org/node/50761 Heard in the Podcast: John Larmer is editor in chief at the Buck Institute for Education (BIE), where he wrote and edited BIE’s project-based curriculum units for high school government and economics, and the PBL Toolkit Series. In 2015, he c...

18 MIN2018 MAR 14
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Ep.3: Passionate About Project-Based Learning

Ep.1: The Past is Present: Teaching 9/11 in a Changing World

Megan Jones is the Director of Education Programs at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York City. In this podcast she discusses how social studies teachers can impart the significance of 9/11 to a generation with no living memory of it, while underscoring its ongoing relevance today. She is joined by Jennifer Lagasse, also of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York City.

19 MIN2017 NOV 9
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Ep.1: The Past is Present: Teaching 9/11 in a Changing World

Ep.2: Debating the Civil Rights Act of 1875

Andrew Zetts is asocial studies teacher at Jenkintown Middle/High School in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, and a graduate student at Villanova University. In this podcast he uses his experiences studying at the National Archives to discuss ways to use primary sources in the social studies classroom. His topic: Debating the Civil Rights Act of 1875. This podcast is an audio extra to his October 2017 article in Social Education, journal of the National Council for Social Studies. We thank his co-authors Kimberlee Ried and Andrea (Ang) Reidell of the National Archives in Kansas City and Philadelphia respectively. [1]Sumner Civil Rights Bill; 12/1/1873; Records of the U.S. House of Representatives, Record Group 233. Online Version,https://catalog.archives.gov/id/1986640. And, Memorial of the Colored People of Georgia in Favor of the Sumner Civil Rights Bill; 1/26/1874; Records of the U.S. House of Representatives, Record Group 233. Online Version, https://catalog.archives.gov/id/1991057. [2]...

24 MIN2017 NOV 8
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Ep.2: Debating the Civil Rights Act of 1875
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Latest Episodes

Ep.3: Passionate About Project-Based Learning

Ep.3: Passionate About Project-Based Learning Moderator: Jane C. Lo is Assistant Professor of Social Science Education in the School of Teacher Education at Florida State University. She studies social studies education broadly, with a specific focus on civic education. Her recent works on student political engagement and project-based learning can be found in Theory and Research in Social Education as well as Democracy & Education. Reach Jane at jlo@fsu.edu. This podcast is an audio extra to her January/February 2018 articles in Social Education, where she served as Guest Editor. Social Education is a journal of the National Council for the Social Studies. Link to Jane’s Social Education article here: https://www.socialstudies.org/node/50761 Heard in the Podcast: John Larmer is editor in chief at the Buck Institute for Education (BIE), where he wrote and edited BIE’s project-based curriculum units for high school government and economics, and the PBL Toolkit Series. In 2015, he c...

18 MIN2018 MAR 14
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Ep.3: Passionate About Project-Based Learning

Ep.1: The Past is Present: Teaching 9/11 in a Changing World

Megan Jones is the Director of Education Programs at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York City. In this podcast she discusses how social studies teachers can impart the significance of 9/11 to a generation with no living memory of it, while underscoring its ongoing relevance today. She is joined by Jennifer Lagasse, also of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York City.

19 MIN2017 NOV 9
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Ep.1: The Past is Present: Teaching 9/11 in a Changing World

Ep.2: Debating the Civil Rights Act of 1875

Andrew Zetts is asocial studies teacher at Jenkintown Middle/High School in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, and a graduate student at Villanova University. In this podcast he uses his experiences studying at the National Archives to discuss ways to use primary sources in the social studies classroom. His topic: Debating the Civil Rights Act of 1875. This podcast is an audio extra to his October 2017 article in Social Education, journal of the National Council for Social Studies. We thank his co-authors Kimberlee Ried and Andrea (Ang) Reidell of the National Archives in Kansas City and Philadelphia respectively. [1]Sumner Civil Rights Bill; 12/1/1873; Records of the U.S. House of Representatives, Record Group 233. Online Version,https://catalog.archives.gov/id/1986640. And, Memorial of the Colored People of Georgia in Favor of the Sumner Civil Rights Bill; 1/26/1874; Records of the U.S. House of Representatives, Record Group 233. Online Version, https://catalog.archives.gov/id/1991057. [2]...

24 MIN2017 NOV 8
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Ep.2: Debating the Civil Rights Act of 1875
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