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Kenneth Anthony, Ph.D.

Office: 348 Allen
Phone: 6623254870
Email: kva3@msstate.edu

(Curriculum Vitae)


Dr. Kenneth V. Anthony
Education
Doctor of Philosophy. Major: Secondary Education- Social Studies, Minor: History,
Mississippi State University, May 2009.
Dissertation: Educational Counter Culture: Motivations, Instructional Approaches, Curriculum Choices, and Challenges of Home School Families. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No  ED 510 042)
Master of Education. Gifted Education, Mississippi University for Women, August 1997.
Bachelor of Science. History, Cum Laude, Mississippi University for Women, December 1993.
 
Teaching
EDE 4143 Teaching Elementary and Middle Level Social Studies
EDE 8173 Middle School Social Studies
EDS 6643 Teaching of Social Studies
 
Research
Dr. Anthon's current research agenda includes rural education, preservice teachers knowledge and ability to teach social studies disciplines, using primary sources in the classroom, and homeschooling.
 
Selected publications

Anthony, K. Miller, N., & Smith, R. (2014). Preservice elementary teacher' economic literacy: Closing gates to full implementation of the social studies curriculum.The Journal of Social Studies Research http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jssr.2014.04.001

Anthony, K. (2014)  Pedagogy of oppression: Reconstruction narratives in Mississippi history text books 1887-1976. i The International Society for the Social Studies Annual Conference Proceedings, Russell, W. (Ed.). Orlando, FL: The International Society for the Social Studies. Anthony, K. & Morgan, M.K. (2014).

Susan B. Anthon's trial, social justice, and Common Core connections TheGeorgia Social Studies Journal, 4(1), pp. 10-19.

Anthony, K. & Miller, N. (2014). Digging Deeper with Primary Sources AMLE Magazine, 1(5), pp. 23-25.

Anthony, K. (2013). Gifted education and common core: Accepting the challenge by making connections with the general education curriculum Delta Journal of Education, 3(1). Anthony, K. (2013). Declarations of independence: Homeschool familie' perspectives on education, the common good, and diversity Current Issues in Education, 16(1).

Anthony, K. (2012). An inevitable conflict: The United States, Saddam Hussein, and the conflict over weapons of mass destruction In M.K. Barbier & R. Damms (Eds.) Culture, Power, and Security: New Directions in the History of National and International Security. New Castle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Anthony, K., Franz, D. & Brenner, D. (2017). Understanding the nature of the teacher shortage in Mississippi. The Mississippi Economic Review, 1, pp. 24-31.

Anthony, K. (2016). Pedagogy of oppression: Reconstruction narratives in Mississippi history textbooks, 1887-1981. Historical Encounters: A journal of historical consciousness, historical cultures, and history education, 3(1), pp. 43-59. http://hej.hermes-history.net/index.php/HEJ/article/view/57

Baneck, M. & Anthony, K. (2016). They need a hero! Using hero stories to build academic skills and character in adolescents. AMLE Magazine, 4(1), pp. 34-37.

Anthony, K. & Hopper, P.F. (2016). Fostering Inquiry through Pairing Children’s Literature with Historical Photographs. Oregon Journal of the Social Studies, 4(2), pp. 31-41.

Selected Conference Presentations:
National Rural Education Association 106th Annual Convention and Symposium, October 17-19, 2014, San Antonio, TX.
Franz, D., Anthony, K., Brenner, D. Addressing Teacher Shortages in Rural Settings
 
2014 SMTI National Conference, Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, June 4-6, 2014, Milwaukie, WI.
Franz, D., Anthony, K., Brenner, D. (2014). Using Partnerships to Address the Critical Shortages in Mathematics and Science
 
National Council for the Social Studies 93rd Annual Conference, November 22-24, 2013, St. Louis, MO.
Anthony, K. Susan B. Anthon's Trial, Social Justice and Common Core Connections
 
Midsouth Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, November, 6-8, 2013, Pensacola, FL
Anthony, K. The Impact of Test Preparation on Reading Proficiency
 
7th International Security/ Internal Stability Conference, April 2013 Troy University Montgomery, Montgomery, AL.
Anthony, K. Multiculturalism, Liberal Democracy and future stability in the United States

Anthony, K, Hopper, P., & Baneck, M. (2016). Fostering inquiry through pairing children’s literature with historical photographs. Session presented at the National Council for the Social Studies, Washington, D.C.
 
Anthony, K. & Baneck, M. (2016, February). Preservice teachers’ perceptions of heroes and teaching individual development and identity. Session presented at the International Society for the Social Studies Conference, Orlando, FL.
 
Baneck, M. and Anthony, K. (2015, December). Teaching the 3 Rs (Reading, writing, & role models) using heroes. Session presented at the Mississippi Reading Association, Biloxi, MS.
 
Anthony, K. and Miller, N. (2015, November). Writing historical narratives using Library of Congress Primary Source Sets. Session presented at the National Council for the Social Studies, New Orleans, LA.
 
Miller, N, and Anthony, K. (2015, November). Web 2.0 tools to scaffold inquiry about women’s suffrage. Poster and Paper presented at the National Council for the Social Studies, New Orleans, LA.
 
Miller, N. and Anthony, K. (2015, April). Engaging elementary/middle level teacher candidates with primary sources. Poster and paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
 
Anthony, K. and Miller, N. (2015, February). Twitter: A lens to examine the nature of history and historical thinking processes. Session presented at the International Society for the Social Studies Conference, Orlando, FL.
 
Anthony, K. (2014, November). Pedagogy of oppression: studying reconstruction narratives in Mississippi history textbooks. Poster and paper presented at the National Council for the Social Studies 94th Annual Conference, Boston, MA.
 
External Funding
Co-Principal Investigator: Teaching with Primary Sources- Mississippi
Teaching with Primary Sources Program, Library of Congress. January 2013.
 
Co-principal investigator: Teaching with Primary Sources-Mississippi: Library of Congress Primary Sources Curriculum for Mississippi classrooms. $199,350. October 2016- September 2017.Library of Congress Development of Primary Sources-Based Teacher Professional Development/Education, Curriculum, and Training Provider Programs.
 
Service
State Director, MidSouth Education Research Association Board of Directors, 2017- present.
Chair Elect, Publications Committee, National Council for the Social Studies, 2017.
 Recording Secretary & Vice Chair, Publications Committee, National Council for the Social Studies, 2016.
 Elected member Steering Committee, National Council for the Social Studies Hall of Delegates, July 2015- present.
Undergraduate Coordinator, Elementary Education, Curriculum, Instruction, and Special Education, 2014- present.
Conference Committee, National Council for the Social Studies, 2014- present.
Executive Director, Mississippi Council for the Social Studies, 2013- present.
Steering Committee Member, Mississippi Geographic Alliance, 2012- 2015.
College of Education Diversity Committee
Office of Clinical Field Based Instruction Advisory Council
Curriculum, Instruction, and Special Education Student Appeals Committee, 2012-2014.
Co-advisor, Kappa Delta Pi Honor Society, 2012- present.


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