plan taps Bush aides, Controversial idea aims to cut teacher
turnover Some educators hope to overcome one of the biggest
obstacles to improving schools in Bush Alaska - rapid turnover
of teachers - by making it easier for mostly Native teacher aides
to become teachers, perhaps without earning college degrees...[read
|Standards - Cultural, State and U.S.
to Expect Your First Year of Teaching, Amy DePaul, U.S.
Department of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement,
Stalking the Schoolwork Module:
Teaching Prospective Teachers to Write Historical Narratives,
Peter Vinten-Johansen Department of History, Michigan State University
and G. Williamson BcDiarmid Institute of Social and Economic Research,
University of Alaska Anchorage, July 1997
of AudioVisual Resources on www.Alaskool.org
(includes subsistence videos, Inupiaq language, and other
|"Effects of Public High Schools On Village
Children Away From Home": by Judith Kleinfeld.
Teachers: Excerpts from Teaching
with Documents: Using Primary Sources from the National Archives,
National Archives and Records Administration and National
Council for the Social Studies, Washington, D.C., 1989
on Teaching Social Issues, National Council for Social Studies
Bulletin 93- "Developing Issue-Based
Unit Plans" by Joseph J. Onosko and Lee Swenson.
This selection from the NCSS bulletin addresses the importance
of issue-based unit plans and how teachers can develop this methodology.
Examples of transformations between unit-topics and unit-issues
are given as well as a three-week sample lesson plan to understand
the ideas and goals involved.
"The Social Studies":
into the Past--County Court Records and the Pursuit of
History, Loren Schweninger, November/December
Historiography: A Source of Teaching Ideas, Robert
P. Green, Jr., July/August 1991
Use of Sources in the Teaching of History, Fred
Morrow Fling, September/October 1994
Visual Materials as Historical Sources, A Model for Studying
State and Local History, Randall G. Felton and
Rodney F. Allen, March/April 1990