Teaching About Federalism and Civics
Leckrone, J. Wesley and Michelle J. Atherton. 2019. “Think Coding is Hard? Try Finding the Data: A Mixed-Methods Case Study of Analyzing Mayors Speeches.” Sage Research Methods Cases. Abstract and paid access.
Cole, Richard L. and John Kincaid. 2018. “Is the Teaching of Federalism Dead or Alive in Canada and the United States?” In Canada: The State of the Federation 2015—Canadian Federalism and Infrastructure, eds. John R. Allan, David L. A. Gordon, Kyle Hanniman, André Juneau, and Robert A. Young. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 263-283. Description and ordering information.
Leckrone, J. Wesley. 2018. “Reaching Consensus and Informing Citizens Through a Wikipedia Assignment.” Wiki Education Blog, February 2. Free full text.
Kincaid, John and Richard L. Cole. 2016. “Is the Teaching of Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations Dead or Alive in American Public Administration?” Journal of Public Affairs Education 22 (4): 515-530. Free full text.
Kincaid, John and Richard L. Cole. 2014. “Is Federalism Still the “Dark Continent” of Political Science Teaching? Yes and No.” PS: Political Science & Politics 47 (October): 877-883. Free full text.
Leckrone, J. Wesley. 2013. “Hippies, Feminists and NeoCons: Using the Big Lebowski to Find the Political in the Non-Political.” PS: Political Science & Politics 46 (January): 129-136. Abstract and paid access.
Schechter, Stephen L. Abby Mills, Shannon Lederer and Robert Naeher. 2011. “Global Stories of Citizenship: Oral History as Historical Inquiry and Civic Engagement.” Oral History Review 38 (Winter-Spring): 34-62. Abstract and paid access.
Schechter, Stephen L. and Natalya Voskresenskaya, eds. 2005. The Active Classroom: Teaching Civics Education in Russia. 2nd ed. Washington, DC: The American Federation of Teachers.
Schechter, Stephen L., Kevin Spensley and Ana Zelentzova, eds. 2005. The Active School: Best Practices of School Reform in Russia and the United States. 3rd ed. Washington, DC: American Councils for International Education.
Schechter, Stephen L. 1996. “Studying and Teaching Political Science.” In Teaching Social Science and History in Secondary Schools: A Methods Book. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing.
Schechter, Stephen L. and Henry Mueller, eds. 1995. Crossroads: A K – 16 Curriculum in American History prepared by the faculty of Niskayuna School District and Russell Sage College; October. Available at AskEric web site.
Schechter, Stephen L. and Henry Mueller, eds. 1995. Crossroads: A K – 16 Curriculum in American History prepared by the faculty of Niskayuna School District and Russell Sage College; October.
Schechter, Stephen L. project director. 1995. From Forge to Fast Food: A History of Child Labor in New York State. 2 vols. Albany, NY: New York Labor Legacy Project. Free full text of Volume 1 and Volume 2.
Schechter, Stephen L. project director. 1992. The Working Teenager: A Teacher’s Guide for Secondary Education. 2nd ed. Albany, NY: New York Labor Legacy Project.
Schechter, Stephen L. consultant. 1992. Teacher’s Guide on the Presidency and Presidential Elections. New York: New York City Board of Education.
Kincaid, John. 1991. “Federalism” and “State and Local Government.” Civitas: A Framework for Civic Education, ed. Charles F. Bahmueller. Calabasas, CA: Center for Civic Education, 391-416 and 465-486.
Schechter, Stephen L. and Arlene F. Gallagher. 1990. Living Together Constitutionally: An Elementary Education Citizenship Guide Based on the Pledge of Allegiance. Albany, NY: New York State Commission on the Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution.
Schechter, Stephen L. 1989. Foundations of Freedom: Citizenship Education. Albany, NY: New York State Bar Association.
Lutz, Donald S. 1987. “The Origins of American Constitutionalism.” In Teaching about the Constitution. Washington, D.C.: National Council for the Social Studies.
Kincaid, John. 1986. “Resources on Federalism for Curriculum Development.” This Constitution No. 10 (Spring): 35-40.
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Schechter, Stephen L. 1986. Teaching About American Federal Democracy. Washington, DC: Office of Educational Research and Improvement.
Kincaid, John. 1984. “E Pluribus Unum: Pluralist Diversity and Federal Democracy in America” and “Resources on Federalism for Curriculum Development.” In Utilizing Federalist Principles in Civic Education, ed. Stephen L. Schechter. Philadelphia: Center for the Study of Federalism and National Institute of Education, 33-47 and 99-103.
Schechter, Stephen L. ed. 1984. Teaching About Federal Democracy. Philadelphia, PA: Center for the Study of Federalism, Temple University.
Schechter, Stephen L. project director. 1983. Local History in the Classroom: A Teacher’s Guide to Historical Materials and Their Classroom Use. Troy, NY: Russell Sage College. Free full text.