Dr. Jodi Bornstein, director of urban fieldwork and the equity collaborative in the Department of Curriculum, Cultures and Child/Youth Studies, co-presented a session, “Teaching about DOING: Making social studies real […]Read more ›
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Dr. Jodi Bornstein co-authored a book chapter that is forthcoming titled “James Banks: A pioneer in multicultural education.” The chapter will be published in the book Educating about Social Issues in […]Read more ›
Philadelphia Then & Now, an interdisciplinary University Seminar taught at Arcadia University, explores metropolitan Philadelphia’s past and present in order to examine how history shapes place. Students don’t just sit […]Read more ›
Dr. Jodi Bornstein, Assistant Professor of Education and Coordinator of Social Studies Education and Faculty Fieldwork Liaison, and seniors Evelyn Ciaburri and Angela Taurino presented at the 13th Annual Pennsylvania […]Read more ›