Public & Professional Works

Anti-Defamation League

Reviewed forthcoming and provided feedback on forthcoming ADL civics curriculum, a comprehensive one-semester curriculum for high school including timely lesson plans that encourage students to understand their role in government and society and to actively engage in their communities. While utilizing ADL Education’s anti-bias framework, the 80-lesson curriculum focuses on six major themes: Civic Participation, Structures of Democracy, Social Justice and Civil Rights, Power and Privilege, Identity and Membership and Media and News Literacy. Through these themes, the curriculum invites students to stretch their ideas of what an active democracy looks like and requires.

NEH Summer Institutes for Teachers

“Rethinking the Gilded Age & Progressivisms: Race, Democracy, & Capitalism, 1877-1920” (2013, 2015-2017, & 2019)

Media

Hitting Left with the Klonsky Brothers, Episode #65 (May 4, 2018).

Fellowships

Public Voice Fellow, The OpEd Project (2018)

Civic Engagement Fellow, Service Learning & Civics Education Consortium Chicago (2018-2019)

Journals

Associate Editor, Multicultural Education Review

Associate Editor, Review of Research in Education

  • Changing Teaching Practice in P-20 Settings (Volume 43, 2019)
  • Quality of Research Evidence in Education: How do we know? (Volume 45, 2021)

Organizations

Board of Trustees, Intercultural Studies for the Future

Scholarship Review Committee, Wentcher Foundation

Events

Conference Site Co-Chair, 14th Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Curriculum Studies (2015)

Member of Local Arrangements Committee, International Baccalaureate Conference of the Americas 2015

Member of Organizing Committee, Beyond These Times: Reimagining Schooling. Conversation with Tony Wagner & Connie Yowell (2013)

Member of Organizing Committee, Beyond These Times: Reimagining Schooling. Conversation with James Gee & Richard Elmore (2013)

Member of Organizing Committee, Lessons from the Future, Part One: The Changing World. An evening with Kieran Egan (2012)

Member of Organizing Committee, Lessons from the Future, Part Two: The Changing Mind. An evening with James Gee (2012)

Lead Organizer, What will it take to change the way we think about teaching history? (2011)