My professional career is focused on studying education. I will bring this knowledge and interest to the WAPS district. Please explore the following list of publications to learn more:
Schul, J. (2010). The Mergence of CHAT with TPCK: A New Framework for Researching the Integration of Desktop Documentary Making in History Teaching and Learning. Technology, Humanities, Education & Narrative, 7.
Schul, J. (2010). Necessity Is the Mother of Invention: An Experienced History Teacher’s Integration of Desktop Documentary Making International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning, 6(1), 14-32.
Schul, J. (2011). Revisiting an Old Friend: The Practice and Promise of Cooperative Learning for the 21st Century. The Social Studies, 102(2), 88-93.
Schul, J. & Montgomery, T. (2011) Beyond Bedrock: The Case for Including Desktop Documentary Making in the Development of History Teachers. The Southern Social Studies Journal, 36(2), 39-58.
Schul, J. (2011) Unintended Consequences: Fundamental Flaws That Plaque the No Child Left Behind Act. eJournal of Education Policy
Schul, J. & Hamot, G. (2011) An Engaged Pragmatist: Uncovering and Assessing Ernest Horn’s View of Moral Education. The Journal of Social Studies Research, 35(2), 277-298.
Fehn, B. & Schul, J. (2011) Teaching and Learning Competent Historical Documentary Making: Lessons from National History Day Winners. The History Teacher, 45(1), 25-43.
Schul, J. (2011) In Another American Skin: Development of Empathy Through Desktop Documentary Making. Social Studies Research and Practice, 6(3).
Schul, J. (2012) Toward a Community of Learners: An Experienced Teacher’s Integration of Desktop Documentary Making in a General Secondary History Classroom. The International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning, 8(1), 44-62.
Schul, J. (2012) Compositional Encounters: Evolvement of Secondary Students’Narratives while Making Historical Documentaries. The Journal of Social Studies Research, 36(3), 219-244.
Schul, J. (2012) Schism in the Schoolhouse: A Historical Reflection on the Strenuous Relationship between the Arts and Sciences and Educationists within the AHA Commission on the Social Studies (1929-1934). Curriculum History, 51-60.
Schul, J. (2013) Ensuing Dog Fight: The AHA Commission on the Social Studies’ Testing Controversy. The Journal of Educational Administration and History. 45(1), 1-27.
Schul, J. (2014) Film Pedagogy in the History Classroom: Desktop Documentary Making Skills for History Teachers and Students. The Social Studies, 105(1), 15-22.
Fehn, B. & Schul, J. (2014) Selective Appropriation and Historical Documentary Making in a Special Education Classroom. Social Studies Research & Practice, 9(2).
Schul, J. (2015) Pedagogical Triangulation: The Mergence of Three Traditions of History Teaching. The Social Studies. 106(1), 24-31.
Schul, J., LeFebvre, M., & DeRoo, J. (2015) An Elementary Commitment to Diversity: A Beginner’s Primer for Fostering Multiculturalism in the Elementary Social Studies Classroom. The Georgia Social Studies Journal, 5(2), 68-76.
Schul, J. & Reineke, J. (2015) Chartered Waters: The Twisted Navigation of the American Charter School Movement. Curriculum History, 56-72.
Schul, J. (2015) The Sphinx of American Education: Ralph Tyler’s Peculiar Relationship with Standardized Testing. The Journal of Educational Thought, 48(3), 217-238.
Schul, J. (2017) Technology for Its Own Sake: Teachers’ Purpose and Practice with Desktop Documentary Making. Social Studies Education Review, 6(1), 43-62.
Schul, J. (2017) Clinical Entrepreneurship: A Student Teacher’s Integration of Desktop Documentary Making. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2(2), 1-35.
Schul, J. (2018) For the Love of History: Rekindling Imagination in History Classrooms. Social Studies Journal, 38(1), 17-29.
Schul, J. (2018). Visiting the Past: Ernest Horn’s Conception of Historical Imagination for the Social Studies Classroom. Curriculum History.
Schul, J. (2020) Propelling Schools Forward: Five Initiatives to Improve American Public Education. Essays in Education: Vol. 25 , Article 3.
Schul, J. (2014) Emotional Evocation and Desktop Documentary Making: Secondary Students’ Motivations while Composing Historical Documentaries. In Russell, W. (Ed.) Digital Social Studies.
Schul, J. (In Press) Schism in the Schoolhouse: A Historical Reflection on the Strenuous Relationship between the Arts and Sciences and Educationists within the AHA Commission on the Social Studies (1929-1934). In Burlbaw, L. and Miller, R. (Ed.) Reflections on People, Policy, and Practice in Curriculum History.
Schul, J. & Reineke, J. (In Press) Chartered Waters: The Twisted Navigation of the American Charter School Movement. ). In Burlbaw, L. and Miller, R. (Ed.) Reflections on People, Policy, and Practice in Curriculum History.
Schul, J. The Education Village at WSU: Transforming teachers and our future.Winona Post (May 11, 2016); Winona Daily News (NOTE: Entitled: Winona State’s Education Village needs Legislature’s Support, May 12, 2016); Post Bulletin (May 13, 2016).
Schul, J. The Winona public school system deserves our support. Winona Daily News (September 6, 2018). Found at: https://www.winonadailynews.com/opinion/letters/jim-schul-the-winona-public-school-system-deserves-our-support/article_e3e0eeb6-1d8c-5ff3-b8ed-0a767d36925c.html
Schul, J. Let’s focus on doing ‘school better’ at WAPS. Winona Daily News (October 7, 2018). Found at: https://www.winonadailynews.com/opinion/letters/jim-schul-let-s-focus-on-doing-school-better-at/article_273141b4-4406-561f-a867-a4e6f6d56715.html
Schul, J. Here’s to optimistic reform on the school board. Winona Daily News, LaCrosse Tribune. (November 8, 2019). Found at: https://lacrossetribune.com/winona/opinion/letters/jim-schul-here-s-to-optimistic-reform-on-the-school/article_45c4e1b3-b328-5097-aa90-8447c105789a.html
Schul, J. Guest Opinion: Education Village. Winona Post (October 2, 2019). Found at: https://www.winonapost.com/Article/ArticleID/66240/Guest-Opinion-Education-Village