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William Gaudelli

Professional Background

Educational Background

B.A., Rutgers College; M.Ed., Ed.D, Rutgers University

Scholarly Interests

Global Citizenship Education
Professor Gaudelli does research related to global education, pedagogy of visual media, curriculum practice, and teacher education/development.


Selected Publications

grants

The Global Education and Leadership Foundation Program  

Co-Principal Investigator, GELF Foundation

2008-2010        

Diversity in global citizenship education                                     

Principal Investigator, Teachers College, Columbia University

2009-2011

Videogames, global education and teacher reflection                                              

Principal Investigator, Teachers College, Columbia University

2008

Urban Teaching Residency Partnership                                       

Principal Investigator, Florida Department of Education

2002-2003

Urban Teaching Residency Partnership                                       

Principal Investigator, Florida Department of Education

2001-2002

Globalization, Pedagogy, and Practice:

Principal Investigator, University of Central Florida

2001-2003           

Understanding Fiscal Responsibility                                            

Faculty Representative/Curriculum Author, Peter Peterson Foundation

2010-2014

Mapping the African American Past in NYC                                

Curriculum Leader , JP Morgan-Chase

2007-2008

Teaching the Levees: Curriculum Guide for Spike Lee’s HBO Documentary When the Levees Broke

Curriculum Team Leader, Rockefeller Foundation

2006-2007

Children At-Risk in Education (C.A.R.E.)

Learning to work with failing children-                                        

A curriculum of social inclusion

University Partner, US Department of Education FIPSE (Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education)

2002-2005

Project REAL: Teaching U.S. History                                            

2002-2005, US Department of Education



professional presentations

Invited Addresses

Global education as a school-wide endeavor. Presentation to Education Committee of the Board of Trustees,

Learning globally in a culture of convergence: Diverse texts, dialogue, and  pluralistic communities. Keynote presentation to Seton Hall University Global Education Conference, South Orange,

Recent Scholarly Papers

Gaudelli, W. & Taylor, A. (2010). Modding the global classroom: Serious video games and teacher reflection. Paper presented to the Research in Social Studies SIG of AERA,

Gaudelli, W. (2009). Homogenized theoretical absences: A commentary on social studies research. Paper presented to the College and University Faculty Association of the National Council for the Social Studies,

Gaudelli, W. (2009). “Something is happening here, what it is ain’t exactly clear”: Citizenship in emerging    democracies panel. Discussant remarks presented to the College and University Faculty Association of the National Council for the Social Studies,

Gaudelli, W. (2009). Difficult (self) knowledge: Subjects, objects and objections in re(pur)porting research   of an ethnology museum. Paper presented to Division B-Curriculum of AERA, .

Gaudelli, W. & Ousley, D. (2009). From clothing to skin: Identity work of student teachers in student teaching seminar. Paper presented to Division K-Teacher Education of AERA, San Diego,

Gaudelli, W. (2009). Situating disciplinary and transformative knowing in contemporary educational scholarship. Discussant paper presented to Division K-Teacher Education of AERA,

Gaudelli, W. & Siegel, B. (2008). meaning across the global mediascape. Paper presented to the      College and University Faculty Association of the National Council for the Social Studies,

Gaudelli, W. (2008). (Un)disturbed space: Examining naturality as represented in the of Natural History. Paper presented to the College and University Faculty Association of the National Council for the Social Studies, ,

Media

School Board Debate

Panelist, Fox-WNYC Affiliate, 3/20/10

http://www.myfoxny.com/dpp/about_us/street_talk/Street-Talk-March-20-2010

Delegation from varsity visits college at Badal village

Tribune

http://www.tribuneindia.com/2007/20071215/bathinda.htm#7

Culture War Reflect Split between Residents by Mike Cronin

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, 12/3/07

http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/valleyindependent/teenscene/s_540867.html



professional organization membership


Executive Board of the College and University Faculty Association of NCSS, 2009-2011
Executive Board of the John Dewey Society, 2008-2010
Editorial Board of Canadian Social Studies
AERA, Division B-Curriculum; SIG-Research in Social Studies Education


professional experiences

biographical information

William Gaudelli is associate professor of social studies and education at Teachers College, His research areas include global citizenship education, media as curriculum tools, and teacher education/development.  He is currently engaged in research projects related to how students and teachers employ visual media to make-meaning of global issues and case studies of global citizenship education. He recently served on the executive board of Theory and Research in Social Education and currently serves as an executive board member for the John Dewey Society and the College and University Faculty Association of NCSS. He has published a variety of pieces in scholarly journals, including Teachers College Record, The Journal of Aesthetic Education, Teaching and Teacher Education, The Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, Teaching Education, Theory and Research in Social Education along with two books, World Class: Teaching and learning in global times (Erlbaum Associates, 2003) and Social Inequality in the Global Culture (Kluwer, 2008, co-edited). Gaudelli is involved with a variety of international projects, including collaboration with the Global Education Leadership Foundation in India and received a US-DOE FIPSE grant for an international exchange project. Gaudelli is a frequent presenter at professional development meetings, an invited speaker at a variety of national and international conferences, and has guest lectured in The Netherlands.


honors and awards

University of Central Florida’s College of Education Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award.

University of Central Florida’s College of Education Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award.

University of Central Florida Award-Teaching Incentive Program

World Class: Teaching and learning in global times nominated for Outstanding Research Award
by the National Council for the Social Studies

Outstanding Affiliate Article Award for Pedagogical Orientations towards Democratic Civic Life, presented by the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Best Practice Award, Institute for the African Child, Ohio University

Nancy Higginson Dorr Award, outstanding teacher candidate, Rutgers University

National Council for the Social Studies, Programs of Excellence Award

Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society

Recipient of Governor’s Teaching Scholars scholarship


publications

Books

Gaudelli, W. (2003). World class: Teaching and learning in global times. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum Associates.

Zajda, J., Biraimah, K. & Gaudelli, W. (2008). Education and social inequality in the global culture. New York: Springer

Journal Articles

Gaudelli, W. & Siegel, B. (In Press). Seeking knowledge through global media. Curriculum Inquiry.

 Gaudelli, W. (In Press). Global seeing. Teachers College Record. [Special Issue Edited by David Hansen].

 Gaudelli, W. & Hewitt, R. (2010). The aesthetic potential of global issues curriculum. Journal of  Aesthetic Education. 44 (1): 83-99.

 Gaudelli, W. (2009). Heuristics of global citizenship discourses towards curriculum enhancementJournal  of Curriculum Theorizing. 25 (1): 68-85.

Gaudelli, W. & Ousley, D. (2009). From clothing to skin: Identity work of student teachers in culminating field experiences. Teaching and Teacher Education. 25 (6): 931-939.

Gaudelli, W. & Heilman, E. (2009). Reconceptualizing geography as democratic global citizenship education. Teachers College Record. 111 (11): 2647-2677

Gaudelli, W. (2009). Interpreting democratic images: Secondary students’ reading of visual textsTeacher Education Quarterly. 36 (1): 111-130.

Segall, A. & Gaudelli, W. (2007). Reflecting socially on social issues in a social studies methods course. Teaching Education , 18 (1): 77-92 .

Gaudelli, W. (2007). Global courts, global judges, and a multicitizen curriculum. Theory and Research in Social Education. 35 (3): 465-491.

 



A&HW 4032: The study of world history and geography

Particular attention to problems of conceptualization and interpretation involved in organizing and teaching world history with an emphasis in geography at both the middle and high school levels. Satisfies the New York State requirement for world history and geography. Also offered as an online course.

A&HW 4730: Supervised student teaching in social studies

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

A&HW 4903: Research and independent study in social studies

Permission of instructor required. To be taken under the direction of a faculty member. Students work individually or with others.

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 5035: History of the social studies since 1880

An historical investigation of the development of the secondary school history/social studies curriculum, including questions related to objectives, content, and methods of instruction.

A&HW 5503: Research paper in Social Studies

Required for doctoral students in fourth semester of doctoral seminar.

A&HW 6030: Research in social studies education

Permission of instructor required. Individual fieldwork in secondary school or introductory college social studies.

A&HW 6203: Advanced fieldwork in social studies

Permission of instructor required. See description for A&HW 5203.

A&HW 6403: Internship in college teaching in social studies

Permission of instructor required. Occasional opportunities in college programs in areas represented by the program.

A&HW 6503: Doctoral seminar in Social Studies

Seminar focused on doctoral student research and contemporary social studies issues. Beginning doctoral students take the seminar for four consecutive semesters.

A&HW 6530: Curriculum development, research, and supervision

Aspects of curriculum; teaching and learning processes; attention to problems and techniques of supervision.

A&HW 6935: Studies in history and in the teaching of history and social studies

Permission of instructor required. Individual research and advanced historical method ordinarily related to a doctoral dissertation.

A&HW 7503: Dissertation seminar in social studies

The purpose of the dissertation seminar is to develop and refine specific topics for dissertation research. Students should enroll in the dissertation seminar beginning only in the semester in which they intend to present their dissertation proposal for departmental review.