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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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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. & 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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Trumbull, E. & Rothstein-Fisch, C. (2011). The intersection of culture and achievement motivation. The School Community Journal (21)2, 25-53.

Abstract

Achievement motivation is something that all members of the school community want to support in students, however few may recognize that it is influenced by culture. The very meaning of "achievement" is culturally variable, and the motives that students have for achieving may be quite different, depending upon their cultural background. The practices of schools tend to reflect the individualism of the dominant U.S. culture. Many students come from families that are more collectivistic. Elementary bilingual teachers used a cultural framework of individualism/collectivism to guide understanding and innovations related to achievement motivation. Examples illustrate cultural differences and how they can be bridged.

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Paloma-Hare, L., & Murawski, W. W. (2015). Classy classroom management. In W. W. Murawski & K. L. Scott (Eds.), What really works in elementary education, pp. 140-156. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.
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Murawski, W. W. (2015). Creative co-teaching. In W. W. Murawski and K. L. Scott(Eds.), What really works in elementary education, pp.203-216. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.
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Murawski, W. W., & Scott, K. L. (Eds.). (2015). What really works in elementary education. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.