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Hutton, L. & Burstein, J. (Spring, 2005). Mindfully adding multiple perspectives: A lesson       on the Japanese internment. Social Studies Review. 44(2), 57-61.
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Burstein, J. & Hutton, L. (October, 2005). Planning and teaching with multiple perspectives       in social studies. Social Studies and the Young  Learner. 18(1),15-17.
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Burstein, J.H., Hutton, L, & Curtis, R. (2006).  Elementary social studies: To teach or not to       teach. Journal of Social Studies Research. 30 (1), 15-20. Cedar Falls, IA: University of             Northern Iowa Press.
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Burstein, J. H. (2007). Down from the tower into the trenches: Redefining the role of       professor-in-residence in one professional development school. University-School             Partnerships, 1(2), 66-75.
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Hutton, L. & Burstein, J.  (2008). The teaching of history-social science: Left behind or behind closed doors? Social Studies Research and Practice, 3(1), 96-108. 
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Burstein, J.H. & Kretschmer, D. (2008). Integrating Social Studies and Science:   Natural or Unnatural Fit? Social Studies Research and Practice, 3(3), 113-122.
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Burstein, J.H. (2009). Do as I Say and Do as I Do: Using the Professor-in-Residence Model in Teaching Elementary Social Studies Methods.  The Social  Studies. 121-127 
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      Burstein, J. H. & Knotts, G. (2010). Creating connections: Integrating the visual arts  with social studies. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 23(1). 20-23.
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Burstein, J.H. (2014). Integrating Arts: Cultural Anthropology and Expressive Culture In the Social Studies Curriculum. Journal of Social Studies Research and Practice,9 (2), 132-144.
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Knotts, G.& Burstein, J.H.  (2014). Secondary social studies in What Really Works in       Education, Ed. W. Muraski. Thousand Oaks, Corwin Press.
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Burstein, J. H. & Knotts, G. (2014). Elementary social studies in What Really Works in Education, Ed. W. Muraski. Thousand Oaks, Corwin Press.
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Burstein, J.H. & Knotts, G. (2018). Reclaiming Social Studies for the Elementary  Classroom:  Integrating Culture through the Arts. 2nd ed. Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt Publishing.