The Despair to Empowerment Curricular Curve in Global Education: Lessons From a Seventh-Grade World History Classroom

@article{Maguth2019TheDT,
  title={The Despair to Empowerment Curricular Curve in Global Education: Lessons From a Seventh-Grade World History Classroom},
  author={Brad M. Maguth and A. Tomer and Avery Apanius},
  journal={The Social Studies},
  year={2019},
  volume={110},
  pages={43 - 50}
}
Abstract This manuscript considers Berman’s (1990) “Despair to Empowerment Curricular Curve” as a possible guiding curricular framework in global education. The authors describe how this curricular curve was used by teachers to enhance a seventh-grade world history unit on the Black Death to move middle-level learners away from despair and toward empowerment in social studies. In the updated unit, learners were given the opportunity, through their completion of a public service project, to make… Expand
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