Publications

5966894496_cdfeb202cc_bMy 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 TestingThe Journal of Educational Thought, 48(3), 217-238.

Schul, J. (2017) Technology for Its Own Sake: Teachers’ Purpose and Practice with Desktop Documentary MakingSocial 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. (In Press). Visiting the Past: Ernest Horn’s Conception of Historical Imagination for the Social Studies Classroom.  Accepted by Curriculum History.

Book Chapters

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.

Opinion/Editorial

 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).

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