Research and Publications

Professional Publications

  • Camardese, Amy (2009) Carter G. Woodson Book Awards, Review of Sophisticated Ladies, Social Education, Vol 73(4), Pg. 171.
  • Camardese, Amy (2008) Carter G. Woodson Book Awards, Review of John Lewis in the Lead, Social Education, Vol.72 (4), Pg. 124.
  • Camardese, Amy (2007). Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People, Social Educatio
    Volume 71(4), Supplement.
  • Camardese, Amy (2006). A Study of Chinese History and Culture, 2006 Fulbright-Hays SeminarsAbroadProgram,
    http://www.ncuser.org/Fulbright/Fulbright2006curriculumprojects.htm.
  • Camardese, Amy (2006). Carter G. Woodson Book Awards, Review of Jim Thorpe’s Bright Path.
    Social Education. Volume 70 (4). Pg. 187.
  • Camardese, Amy (2006). Carter G. Woodson Book Awards, Review of the Civil Rights Act of
    1964. Social Education. Volume 70 (4). Pg. 189.
  • Camardese, Amy (2006). Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People. Social Education, Volume 70 (4). Pullout section.
  • Camardese, Amy (2006). How are we alike? Kezai-Koho Center Internet Source Book.
    http://www.us-japan.org/programs/current/kkc2005/index.html.
  • Camardese, Amy (2006). Integrating social studies, writing, and service learning. Pennsylvania
    Reads. Volume VII, (1) pg. 44-51.
  • Camardese, Amy (2005) Carter G. Woodson Book Awards, Review of Sojourner Truth.
    Social Education. Volume 69 (4). 199-200.
  • Camardese, Amy (2005). Notable social studies trade books for young people. Social
    Education. Volume 69 (4). Pull-out section.

 

Recent Presentations

  • November, 2008 College and University Faculty Association, National Council for the Social
    Studies national conference, Houston, Texas, The Ins and Outs of NCATE Accreditation
  • December, 2007 National Council for the Social Studies national conference, San Diego,
    California; Crossing Borders and Building Bridges through an International Twinning Program
  • November, 2007 Trumbull County Literacy Conference, Warren, Ohio, Visiting the World through Literature
  • August, 2007 Trumbull County Retired Teachers Association, Warren, Ohio; The Many Faces of China
  • April, 2007 United Methodist Women, Youngstown, Ohio, The Many Faces of China
  • March, 2007 Delta Kappa Gamma meeting, Warren, Ohio, The Many Faces of China
  • December, 2006 National Council for the Social Studies national conference, Washington, D.C.; Read Anything Good Lately?
  • October, 2006 Faculty Forum, Westminster College, The Many Faces of China
  • November, 2005 Trumbull County Literacy Conference, A Taste of the Notables
  • November, 2005 National Conference, National Council for the Social Studies, Kansas City, KS, Walt Whitman and Mystery Boxes
  • July, 2005 Kezai-Koho Center, Tokyo, Japan, North American Perspective of Japanese Work Ethic
  • April, 2005 National Conference, Council for Exceptional Children, Baltimore, Maryland. Rob’s Story: Working with a student with Asperger’s Syndrome at a Small Liberal Arts College
  • February, 2005 Faculty Forum, Westminster College, Lessons from Brazil

 

Professional Organizations

  • NCATE Board Member
  • National Council for Teachers of Social Studies
  • Phi Delta Kappa
  • Council for Exceptional Children
  • National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
  • Delta Kappa Gamma

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