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Hanadi Shatara is a doctoral student in Social Studies Education at Teachers College, Columbia University. Her research focuses on global education, teacher positionality, representations of the Middle East in education, and teacher education. Some of her goals are to incorporate a critical global perspectives and social justice into K-12 classrooms. She has presented at the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS), College and University Faculty Association (CUFA) and the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE). Along with the Middle East Institute at Columbia University, she organized the teacher symposium, Reconfiguring Representations of the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia: A Teacher Symposium and Workshop. Ms. Shatara was also a middle school social studies teacher for seven years in Philadelphia, PA, where she became a National Board Certified Teacher and a Fulbright scholar.
M.S.Ed. University of Pennsylvania
B.A. University of California, Berkeley
Baron, C., Sklarwitz, S., Bang, H., & Shatara, H. (2018). Understanding what teachers gain from professional development at historic sites. Theory & Research in Social Education, 46(3), 1-32.
Johnson, M. W., Lemke, M., & Shatara, H. (2017). A book review symposium. Imagining education: Beyond the logic of global neoliberal capitalism. Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies. 15(3), 397-419.
Gaudelli, W., & Shatara, H. (2016). Developing Global Citizens? Possibilities and Problems of Youth-Conference Programming. Journal of Research in Curriculum and Instruction, 20(3), 208-219.