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Using Electronic Technologies To Promote Equity and Cultural Diversity in Social Studies and Global Education
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Theory and Research in Social Education Volume 28, Number 4, ISSN 0093-3104

Abstract

Focuses on the use of threaded discussion and its application within graduate courses in social studies and global education. States that threaded discussion, when used with face-to-face alternatives, can add to developing a culturally diverse learning community, deepen discussions on controversial issues, and increase educational equity. (CMK)

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Merryfield, M.M. (2000). Using Electronic Technologies To Promote Equity and Cultural Diversity in Social Studies and Global Education. Theory and Research in Social Education, 28(4), 502. Retrieved December 13, 2019 from .

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