Project Peer-Reviewed Publications and Presentations

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Select Publications

Miller, G. & Cinnamon, S. (2013). The pad-agogy of historical thinking: Using digital tablets in a social studies teaching methods course. Journal of the Research Center for Educational Technology, 9(1). Available online at: http://www.rcetj.org/index.php/rcetj/article/viewArticle/189.

Miller, G., & Toth, S. (2012). To Dismantle an Idle Past: Using Historiography to Construct a Digital Learning Environment. The Social Studies, 103(1), 73-80.

Miller, G. (2011). Analyzing Historical Political Cartoons: Helping Students With Diverse Learning Needs Analyze Primary Sources. Middle Level Learning, 42, M13-15.

Select Conference Presentations

Orozco Gonzalez, S., & Miller, G. (2017). Assessing the CCSS critical reading skills with primary sources. Presented at the Illinois Council for the Social Studies Annual Meeting, October, Palatine, IL.

Miller, G. (2017a). Archaeology, 3D Printing, and CCSS: Teaching About African Americans' Underground Railroad Contributions. Presented at the Illinois Council for the Social Studies Annual Meeting, October, Palatine, IL.

Miller, G. (2017b). Southern Illinois’ Hidden Past: Historical Archaeology, Primary Sources, and the Underground Railroad. Presented at the Conference on Illinois History, October, Springfield, IL

Miller, G. (2017c). Teaching Critical Literacies? The Proof is in the Assessment. Poster presented at the National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, November, San Francisco, CA

Miller, G. (2017d). Archaeology Uncovers Forgotten African Americans’ Contributions to the Underground Railroad. Presented at the National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, November, San Francisco, CA.

Miller, G. (2017e). Historical Archaeology, 3D Printing, and Primary Sources: Oh the Possibilities! Poster presented at the National Council for the Social Studies Annual Conference, November, San Francisco, CA.

Kaya, J., Jafari, S., Orozco Gonzalez, S., & Miller, G. (2017). Exploring informational sources: Social studies teachers as literacy educators. Presented at the Illinois Association of Teacher Educators (IATE) Fall Conference, November, Peoria, IL

Jafari, S., Kaya, J., Orozco Gonzalez, S., Miller, G. (2017). Teachers’ analyses of assessments with informational sources. Presented at the Mid-Western Educational Research Association’s (MWERA) 40th Annual Meeting, October, Evanston, IL.

Miller, G. (2016a). Digital Tools to Differentiate Instruction and Assessment with Primary Sources. Poster presented at the National Council for the Social Studies Annual Meeting, November, Washington, DC.

Miller, G. (2016b). The proof is in the assessment: Assessing with primary sources. Presented at the Illinois Council for the Social Studies Annual Meeting, March, Decatur, IL.

Miller, G. (2016c). Place-based education, the Library of Congress, and wicked problems: Oh my! Presented at the Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting, February, Chicago, IL.

Miller, G. & Ardrey, D. (2016). Partnerships, Primary Sources, and Archeological Digs: Igniting Place-Based Education. Presented at the National Rural Education Association Annual Meeting, November, Columbus, OH.

Miller, G. (2015). The unfortunate sustainability of “wicked problems” in place-based curricula. Presented at the National Rural Education Association Annual Meeting, November, St. Louis, MO.

Miller, G., Cinnamon, S., & Alimayu, Q. (2014). Desired Epistemologies: When Students’ “Knowings” Disrupt Schooled Knowledge. Paper presented at the College and University Faculty Association Annual Meeting, November, Boston, MA.

Miller, G., & Ardrey, D. (2013). Using interdisciplinary place-based curriculum to enhance partnerships between higher education and PK-12 schools. Presented at the National Rural Education Association Annual Meeting, October, Branson, MO.

Miller, G., Nash-Mayberry, J., Lannom, R., & Dexter, D. (2013). Historical thinking, media literacy, and Common Core in 4-12 instruction. Presented at the National Council for the Social Studies Annual Meeting, November, St. Louis, MO.

Miller, G. (2012). The “pad-agogy” of critical thinking. Presented at the Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting, February, 13-15, San Antonio, TX.

Miller, G. (2011). Over 700 Dead in Chicago: Developing Curriculum that Explores the Geosciences’ Cultural Relevance. Presented at the Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting, February 12-16, Orlando, FL.

Miller, G., (2010). SURRGE: Southern Illinois Undergraduate Recruitment and Retention in Geoscience Education. Presented at the Association of Teacher Educators Annual Meeting, February 14-17, Chicago, Illinois.