Associate Professor Casey Jakubowski


Book: Thinking about teaching: A rural social studies teacher’s path to strive for relevance (2020) Edumatch

Book Chapter: Ourselves, our rivals: Unsettling communities during rural school consolidation.” Chapter in  Interdisciplinary Unsettlings of Place and Space: Conversations, Investigations and Research. Sarah Pinto, Bernie Walker-Gibbs, et al.  eds. Springer (2019)

Journal Articles:

“Urban-normative Reforms missing the mark: Rural school consolidation in New York State, USA.” (2019).Australian and International Journal of Rural Education, 29.3

 Hinkley, N. & Jakubowski, C. (2018)Policy Analysis paper in grade 12 social studies.” Teaching Social Studies 18.2 (pp. 26-31).

 A Review of School Choice in Canada.” (2018) Alberta Journal of Educational Research 64.3

 “The Mighty Susquehanna.” The Liaison: Capitol District Council for the Social Studies Newsletter, 21.2.(October, 2017).

 “Content Professional Development for Specialist Teachers.” Teaching Social Studies 17.2 (2017) (formerly Social Science Docket)

 “Using Forge of Empires as a social studies teaching tool. Oregon Journal of Social Studies,5.1 (spring 2017).

“Revising the Social Studies and its impact on teacher preparation programs in New York State.” Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning 11.1 (spring, 2017

“Overcoming State Support for School Consolidation: How Schools in the Empire State React.” co-author Lisa Kulka. Journal of Inquiry and Action in Education 8.1. (2016)

“Shaking the family tree: Using Genealogy in History Education. New England Journal of History. 73.1 (Fall 2016)

“New York’s New Social Studies Frameworks.” Social Science Docket 16.2 (10-12). 2016

Co Authored with E. Jakubowski “The Polish Americans and American History.” Social Science Docket 16(1) pp. 31-32. (2016). (press coverage in Dec 8, 2016 Am Pol Eagle)

“A review of Self Studies in Rural Teacher Education.” Journal of Research in Rural Education 31.1. (2016)

“New York State’s New Global Reality.” World History Bulletin 31.2 (25-30). (2015).

“A review of Politics and the History Curriculum: The struggle over standards in Texas and the Nation.” The History Teacher. 47(4). Pp. 618-619. (2014)

“A review of Making a Difference in Urban Schools: ideas, policies and pedagogy.” Alberta Journal of Educational Research 60(3). Pp. 598-601 (2014)

 “Mentoring Social Studies Teachers in Rural New York” Social Science Docket 9.1 (2009) Downloaded:

“Using Local Field Trips to Enhance Learning Experiences.” Social Science Docket 8.2 (2008) [Co-Authored with Nancy Hinkley]  Downloaded:

“Assisting Learning Disabled Students master geography skills.” Social Science Docket 7.1 (2007) Downloaded:

“Character Education in the social studies classroom.” Social Science Docket 6.1 (2006) Downloaded:

“Using Vocabulary Flashcards in the Classroom.” Kappa Delta Pi Teacher Resources  Downloaded:

“Vocabulary Recognition With Learning Disabled High School Students.” Social Science Docket 5.1 (2005) p. 74

“Teaching World History: Problems and Promises Faced by Young Teachers.”  World History Bulletin 18.2 (2002) p.7