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Economics for Elementary School Students: Research-Supported Principles of Teaching and Learning That Guide Classroom Practice.
Laney, James D. – Social Studies, 1993
Asserts that economics education is a desirable goal for the elementary curriculum because elementary students can learn and understand economic concepts. Reviews four "Teaching-Learning Principles" based on empirical research about learning effectiveness. Applies these principles to economic concepts such as scarcity, cost-benefit analysis, and…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Curriculum Development, Economics, Economics Education
Tales from Two Textbooks: A Comparison of the Civil Rights Movement in Two Secondary History Textbooks.
Epstein, Terrie L. – Social Studies, 1994
Contends that differences in historical interpretations presented in textbooks have implications for citizenship education. Compares the treatment of the civil rights movement in two secondary level U.S. history textbooks. Concludes that selection committees should examine historical interpretation as well the amount of information about…
Descriptors: Black History, Citizenship Education, Civil Disobedience, Civil Rights