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How Teachers & Textbooks Have Portrayed September 11th & Its Aftermath, with Jeremy Stoddard (University of Wisconsin, Madison)

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This month, we'll observe the 20th anniversary of the attacks of September 11th, 2001. These events had many consequences that we see today, including the long war in Afghanistan. When these attacks occurred, today's k-12 students had not even been born. How should we help students understand 9/11? What should they learn about the causes and the effects of the attacks? How have curricula portrayed 9/11 and the "War on Terror"?Jeremy Stoddard, a professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, has been researching curriculum and teaching about 9/11 since 2002. In our conversation, he describes what he and his colleagues have learned by analyzing textbooks and teacher surveys on these issues. Jeremy also tells us about a new set of free online resources that he co-designed for teaching about 9/11 and related issues, such as the PATRIOT Act and combating Islamophobia.Links Related to this EpisodeResources for Teaching about 9/11 & Related IssuesJeremy Stoddard's HomepagePBS Resources for Teaching about 9/11ESD Podcast ResourcesEducation for Sustainable Democracy Facebook Page (Please Like!)Education for Sustainable Democracy SiteBrett's Open Access Research ArticlesSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/esdpodcast)
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