Linda Black Profile

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Dr. Linda Black

 

Dr. Linda Black, Associate Professor, serves as Secondary Education Program Coordinator in the Curriculum and Instruction Department. She received her B.A. and M.Ed. From Texas State University and her PhD. In Curriculum and Instruction with an Emphasis in History/Social Studies Education from Texas A&M University, College Station. She is a veteran educator with multiple years of teaching experience at the secondary and higher education levels before joining Texas A&M University- Central Texas in 2020. Her research includes educator preparation, history/social studies education, teaching world history, women’s education, and women in world history. Dr. Black’s classes tend to emphasize hands-on experiences and interactive learning with a focus on research-based, real-world classroom application.

Publications

Black, L. J. (2021, in press.) The impact of informal curriculum experiences: A study of the education of a female community leader in Houston, Texas. In L. Burlbaw & D. Morowski, (Eds.), Reflections on People, Policy and Practices in Curriculum History. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Black, L. J. (2021, in press.) Mary Mason Lyon, 1797-1849 in C. Goucher, (Ed.), Women Who Changed the World, Their Lives, Challenges, and Accomplishments through History. ABC-CLIO.

Black, L. J. (2021, in press). Christia Daniels Adair, 1893-1989: Civil Rights Activist in B. Glasrud, (Ed.), African American Women in Texas. Texas A&M University Press.

Reily, S. & Black, L. J. (2021, in press). Maria Montessori, 1870-1952, C. Goucher, (Ed.), Women Who Changed the World: Their Lives, Challenges, and Accomplishments through History. ABC-CLIO.

Black, L. J. (2019). Setting the stage: The global impact of the 1919 Paris Peace Conference. World History Bulletin, 35(1), 22-23.

Black, L. J. (2021, Accepted). Resources and Strategies for Teaching about Women in World History. Presentation at the 101st Annual Conference of the National Council for the Social Studies, November 19-20, 2021. Minneapolis, Minnesota

Black, L. J. (2020). Analyzing global patterns across time and space: A cross-case study on the teaching and learning of the concepts of change and continuity in secondary world history classrooms. Paper presented at the College and University Faculty Association Meeting at the 100th Annual Conference of the National Council for the Social Studies, December 2, 2020.

Johnston, D. S., Czarnecki, S., & Black, L. J. (2019). Scaffolding academic conversations in the world history classroom: Seeing the global in the Chinese city. Presentation at the 28th Annual Meeting of the World History Association, June 28, 2019. San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Black, L. J. (2018). Tracing the warp and weft over time and place: Women and textile production in world history. Presentation at the 27th Annual World History Association Conference, June 23, 2018. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.