Effective Instructional Approaches
Edited By Lydiah Nganga, John Kambutu and William B. Russell III
I express appreciation to all the educators who answered the call for manuscripts. Due to their generous contribution of quality chapters, this book is now a reality. Because these educators have shared their experiences and wisdom generously, Exploring Globalization Opportunities and Challenges in Social Studies: Effective Instructional Approaches is now available as a resource for global and social studies educators. Although this work is perhaps most beneficial to such educators, others will most certainly benefit because these chapter contributors have employed a variety of philosophical, theoretical and experiential lenses relative to globalization and global education.
Many thanks to the following chapter reviewers for providing meaningful feedback: Rebecca C. Aguayo, Linda Bennett, Aaron Bodle, Kenneth T. Carano, Antonio J. Castro, Catherine Cooke-Canitz, Paul G. Fitchett, Erik Garrett, Rosanna M. Gatens, Jason R. Harshman, Mirynne Igualada, Joshua Kenna, Toni Fuss Kirkwood-Tucker, Joe O’Brien, Cynthia Poole, Dilys Schoorman, Rachayita Shah, Daniel W. Stuckart, Karen Thomas-Brown, Thomas N. Turner, Ozum Ucok-Sayrak, Stewart Waters and Cameron White. I am deeply indebted to these reviewers and chapter contributors because their efforts were on a voluntary basis.
I am equally indebted to my co-editors, John Kambutu and William B. Russell III. This book project would not have been possible without their support and expertise.
Finally, many thanks to Michael A. Peters, Chris Myers, Stephen Mazur, Phyllis Korper, Sarah Stack, and Jackie Pavlovic of Peter Lang Publishing for facilitating the publication of this book.
Lydiah Nganga University of...
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