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Jay Shuttleworth

Professional Background

Educational Background

Ph.D. Teaching of Social Studies, Teachers College, Columbia University
M. A. Teaching of Social Studies Teachers College, Columbia University
B. A. History (highest honors) University of California, Davis

Scholarly Interests

Environmental Sustainability

Social Issues

Place-based learning

Pre-Service Social Studies Teacher Education





Selected Publications

recent papers



Shuttleworth, J. M. (under review) Teaching the social issues of a sustainable food supply. The Social Studies. Manuscript ID: 10-14-005.


Shuttleworth, J. M. (under review). Leopold’s third step: A framework for teaching his ethical consideration of land use. Liberal Arts and Core Texts in Our Students’ World: The Association of Core Texts and Courses 20th Annual Conference Proceedings.


Shuttleworth, J. M. & Mungur, A. (under review). Chinese workers on the transcontinental railroad: Analyzing Orientalist stereotypes in high school history textbooks. The Georgia Social Studies Journal.


Shuttleworth, J. M. & Riccio, J, Just, C., Rivet, A, Ward, M., & Swift, A. (under review). Democratic dialogue and a growing world population. Social Studies Research and Practice.

 

Taylor-Jaffee, A., Marri, A., Shuttleworth, J. M.  & Hatch, T. (under review). "I did not think it was an effective use of questioning": Collective Critical Observation and Reflection of Social Studies Pedagogy. The Journal of Social Studies Research.


Shuttleworth, J. M. & Marri, A. R. (2014). Teaching sustainability as a social issue: Learning from dialogue in the social studies classroom. In Muga, H. E. & Thomas, K. D. (Eds.) Cases on pedagogical innovations for sustainable development (pp. 328-347). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2013). Teaching Hurricane Sandy as a social issue. Social Science Docket, 13(2), 51-52.



 










honors and awards

custom course list

COCI C1101 Introduction to Contemporary Civilization in the West
Founded in 1919 as a course on War and Peace Issues, the central purpose of Contemporary Civilization is to introduce students to a range of issues concerning the kinds of communities – political, social, moral, and religious – that human beings construct for themselves and the values that inform and define such communities; the course is intended to prepare students to become active and informed citizens. While readings in this one-year course change from time to time, the factors that lead to adoption of a text always include historical influence, the presentation of ideas of enduring importance, and the demonstrated ability of a text to provoke productive discussion.

A&HH History of Urban Education
Examines educational activities within urban communities including schooling and the educational activities of social, political, and cultural groups from the eighteenth century to the present.

A&HW 5037 Advanced methods of teaching social studies
Examination of alternatives to conventional curricular arrangements in social studies, including attention
to oral history, interdisciplinary strategies and service learning.

A&HW 5030 Diversity and the social studies curriculum
Curriculum theory and instructional methods related to teaching secondary school social studies in the diverse classroom. Particular attention paid to multicultural issues in urban settings.

A&HW 4038 The study of American history and geography
Illustrative themes in American history and geography for middle and high school. Attention to the history and geography of New York State. Satisfies the New YorkState requirement for American history and geography as well as for New York State history and geography.

A&HW 4530 Seminar for student teachers in social studies
(fall and spring)
Must be taken concurrently with A&HW 4730. Restricted to majors. Includes issues of school safety and health issues in secondary schools.

A&HW 4729 Observation in the social studies
Preliminary experience in the schools. Restricted to majors.

A&HW 4036 The teaching of social studies
Basic classroom methods for teaching social studies in secondary schools; teaching resources and aids; assessment and testing; classroom management.




professional presentations

PAPER PRESENTATIONS (REFEREED)


Crocco, M., Shuttleworth, J., & Chandler, T. (2015). Sustainability and social studies: Promoting democratic dialogue and civic engagement. Paper accepted for presentation at the Eleventh Annual International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Copenhagen, Denmark.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2014). Leopold’s third step: An ethical consideration for land use. Paper presented at the 20th annual conference for the Association of Core Texts and Courses, Los Angeles, CA.


Shuttleworth, J. (2014) Teaching the social issues of a sustainable food supply. Paper accepted for presentation at the meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Boston, MA.

 

Hatch, T. Shuttleworth, J., Taylor-Jaffee, A., & Marri, A. (2014). Videos, pairs, and peers: What connects theory and practice in teacher education? Paper presented at the annual conference of the American Educational Research Association, Division K - Teaching and Teacher Education/Section 5: Preservice Teacher Education Coursework: Practices to Improve Teacher Knowledge, Understanding, and Application of Subject Matter, Content, and Pedagogical Practices, Philadelphia, PA.

 

Shuttleworth, J., Taylor-Jaffee, A, Marri, A., & Hatch, T. (2014). Would you put a student in a soundproof glass room? Using multimedia representations of teaching in a pre-service social studies seminar to collectively observe and reflect about controversial issues. Paper accepted for presentation at the Las Vegas National Technology and Social Science Conference of the National Social Science Association, Las Vegas, NV.

 

Shuttleworth, J., Just, C., Riccio, J., Rivet, A. (2013). Teaching the social issues of sustainability: What happens when students are "conditionally willing" to take action? Paper presented at the meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly of the  National Council for the Social Studies, St. Louis, MO.

 

Taylor, A., Marri, A., Shuttleworth, J., Hatch, T., & Mungur, A. (2013) When do Multimedia Representations of Classroom Practice Encourage Pre-service Social Studies Teachers to Rethink Their Views of Teaching? Paper accepted for presentation at the meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, St. Louis, MO.

 

Riccio, J. & Shuttleworth, J. (2013). Scientific literacy and democratic dialogue development in an undergraduate course on sustainability: Challenging and engaging students with complex teaching methods in an introductory college class. Paper presented at the Association of Science Teacher Education International Conference, Charleston, SC.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2012). Teaching sustainability as a social issue: Learning from three social studies teachers. Paper presented at the meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Seattle, WA.

 

Passe, J. & Shuttleworth, J., Vosburg-Bluem, B. (2012). Teaching for sustainability: The new frontier. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Council for the Social Studies, Seattle, WA.

 

Taylor, A., Shuttleworth, J., Marri, A., Hatch, T. (2012). I Did Not Think It Was an Effective Use of Questioning: Collective Critical Observation and Reflection Using a Multimedia Representation of Teaching. Paper presented at the meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Seattle, WA.


Shuttleworth, J. (2011). Sustainability and the social studies classroom: An inquiry into an ecojustice pedagogy. Paper presented at the meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Washington, D. C.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2010). From theoretical practice to classroom practice: how pre-service social studies teachers implement sustainability into their curriculum through one of four theoretical approaches. Paper presented at the meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Denver, CO.

 

Marri, A., & Shuttleworth, J. (2009). Understanding fiscal responsibility: Improving financial literacy in urban schools. Paper presented at the meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, Atlanta, GA.

 

PRESENTATIONS (REFEREED/ INVITED)

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2014). Wilderness and civilization: A discussion of Alexis de Tocqueville’s Excursion to Lake Oneida. Presenter for the “Core and Community” series hosted by Columbia University’s College Road Program of Community Impact.

 

Koeppen, K., Wylie, S., Previte, M., Shuttleworth, J., & Jorgensen, G. (2013) Yes! Teacher education’s got issues, too! Alternate format session panelist for the College and University Assembly of the National Council for the Social Studies, St. Louis, MO.

 

Vosburg-Bluem, B., Meehan, C., Johnson, C., & Shuttleworth, J. (2013). Entry points for including environmental/sustainability education in social studies classrooms. Panelist for the National Council for the Social Studies, St. Louis, MO.


Shuttleworth, J., Rosenberg, S., Shirreffs, A., & Moral, F. (2013). Special focus session: Classroom responses to super storm Sandy. Panelist for the Greater Metropolitan New York Social Studies Conference, New York, New York.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2013). Disability to possibility: A discussion about “labels” and classroom considerations. Guest lecture given to Core II: ED 241, ED 242, and ED 244: Integrated Block. College of Education, Butler University. Indianapolis, Indiana.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2013). Teaching sustainability as a social issue: Learning from three social studies teachers. Guest lecture given to the faculty of The College of Education, Butler University. Indianapolis, Indiana.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2013). Teaching for social justice: Re-examining the post- Jim Crow era. Guest lecture given to the faculty of the Department of Education, Brown University. Providence, Rhode Island.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2013).Teaching for social justice in a constructivist classroom: A teaching philosophy. Guest lecture given to the faculty of the Department of Education, Brown University. Providence, Rhode Island.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2012). Action research and qualitative methods. Guest lecturer for Guided Investigations in Teaching Social Studies, A&HW 5931. Program in Social Studies, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2012). Teaching sustainability as a social issue: Learning from three social studies teachers. Guest lecture given to the faculty of The College of Education, St. Mary’s College. Moraga, California.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2012). Teaching sustainability as a social issue. Poster presented at the Dean’s Grant Research Symposium, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2012). Teaching in an era of accountability: The confluence of standards and“how you want to teach.” Guest lecture given to The teaching of social studies, A&HW 4036, Teachers College, Columbia University.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2012). Matthew and the New Testament: Internalization of sin and popular culture. Guest lecture for Introduction to Contemporary Civilization in the West, COCI C1101, Center for the Core Curriculum, Columbia University.           

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2011). Challenges to sustainability. Panelist for the introduction to the MELS waste design challenge, Metropolitan Expeditionary Learning School, Queens, New York.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2011). Teaching sustainability as a social issue. Guest lecturer for Educational Planning and Sustainability Education, ITSF 4094. International and Comparative Education Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, New York.

 

Wylie, S. & Shuttleworth, J. (2010). Teaching sustainability using student created documentaries. Presenter at the meeting of the National Council for the Social Studies, Denver, CO.

 

Shuttleworth, J., Pope, S., & Wylie, S. (2010). Sustainability in the social studies: Implications of research for practice. Presenter at the meeting of the College and University Faculty Assembly, Graduate Forum, of the National Council for the Social Studies, Denver, CO.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2010). Preparing and presenting your first conference proposal. Presenter for Doctoral Students Dinner Discussions, Office of Student Activities, Teachers College, Columbia University.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2009). First-year strategies. Presenter for Doctoral Students Dinner Discussions, Office of Student Activities, Teachers College, Columbia University.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2007). Teaching about hyperinflation in 1920s Germany. Presenter to the World History Leadership Cadre, University of California, Davis.

 

Shuttleworth. (2007). Stevens Trail: A legacy of the Iowa Hill gold town. Presenter for the Iowa Hill Community Club, Iowa Hill, CA.

 

Shuttleworth, J. & Hilberg, L. (2007). Stevens Trail: A legacy of the Iowa Hill gold town. Presenter for Treks Though Time and Nevada County Public Land Trust, Colfax, CA.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2006). Stevens Trail: A legacy of the Iowa Hill gold town. Presenter for North Fork American River Alliance (NFARA), Dutch Flat, CA.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2006). The Internationale: Using music to teach about Marxism. Presenter to the Area 3 History and Culture Project, University of California, Davis.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2006). Stevens Trail: A legacy of the Iowa Hill gold town. Presenter for Foresthill Lions Club, Foresthill, CA.

 

Shuttleworth, J. & Decker, D. (2005). Stevens Trail: History and geology. Presenter for Archaeology Month Field Excursions, Folsom Field Office (CA), Bureau of Land Management, United States Department of the Interior.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2005). Stevens Trail: A legacy of the Iowa Hill gold town. Presenter for Protect American River Canyons (PARC), Auburn, CA.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2005). Stevens Trail: A legacy of the Iowa Hill gold town. Presenter for the Placer County Historical Society, Auburn, CA.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2004). Public schools, World War II curriculum, and Japanese culture. Presenter for Winters Area Rotary Association, Winters, CA.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2004). Perspectives on teacher-studies abroad. Panelist at Fulbright Memorial Fund International Symposium, San Francisco, CA.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2003). A history of the Iowa Hill gold town.  Presenter for Colfax Area Historical Society and the Iowa Hill Historical Society. Colfax, CA.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2002). The Stevens Trail and the National Register of Historic Places. Presenter for public hearing hosted by the Iowa Hill Community Club, CA.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (2002). The Stevens Trail. Presenter to the Colfax Area Historical Society. Colfax, CA.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (1999). A history of the Iowa Hill gold town. Presenter for Founder’s Day in conjunction with the Colfax Chamber of Commerce, Colfax, CA.

 

Shuttleworth, J. (1999). Teaching about the American Civil War. Presenter to the Area 3 History and Culture Project, University of California, Davis.

A&HW 4036: The teaching of social studies

 Professors Gaudelli, Patterson, Wylie. Basic classroom methods for teaching social studies in secondary schools; teaching resources and aids; assessment and testing; classroom management.

A&HW 4038: The study of American history and geography.

Illustrative themes in American history and geography for middle and high school. Attention to the history and geography of New York State. Satisfies the New York State requirement for American history and geography as well as for New York State history and geography.

A&HW 4530: Seminar for student teachers in social studies

Professors Huth, Patterson, Wylie. Must be taken concurrently with A&HW 4730. Restricted to majors. Includes issues of school safety and health issues in secondary schools.

A&HW 4729: Observation in the social studies

Professor Wylie. Preliminary experience in the schools. Restricted to majors.

A&HW 4730: Supervised student teaching in social studies

Professor Wylie. Permission of instructor required. Must be taken concurrently with A&HW 4530. Restricted to majors.

A&HW 5030: Diversity and the social studies curriculum

Professors Schmidt, Taylor. Curriculum theory and instructional methods related to teaching secondary school social studies in the diverse classroom. Particular attention paid to multicultural issues in urban settings.

A&HW 5037: Advanced methods of teaching social studies

Professor Wylie. Examination of alternatives to conventional curricular arrangements in social studies, including attention to oral history, interdisciplinary strategies, and service learning.