Dr. Joyce Burstein teaches courses in social studies, multicultural, and arts education in the Department of Elementary Education. Her research interests are in social studies, arts integration, multicultural education, new teacher networking, teacher mentoring, and Chicana teacher networks.

  • Ed.D 2001, University of California Los Angeles
  • M.A. Elementary Education 1995, California State University Northridge
  • B.A. 1984, University of California Los Angeles

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Articles

Burstein, J.H. (2014). Integrating Arts: Cultural Anthropology and Expressive Culture In the Social Studies Curriculum. Journal of Social Studies Research and Practice,9 (2), 132-144.
Title Integrating Arts: Cultural Anthropology and Expressive Culture In the Social Studies Curriculum.
Collaborators
Publish Date 2014
Journal Journal of Social Studies Research and Practice
Citation Burstein, J.H. (2014). Integrating Arts: Cultural Anthropology and Expressive Culture In the Social Studies Curriculum. Journal of Social Studies Research and Practice,9 (2), 132-144.
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      Burstein, J. H. & Knotts, G. (2010). Creating connections: Integrating the visual arts  with social studies. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 23(1). 20-23.
Title Creating connections: Integrating the visual arts with social studies.
Collaborators Greg Knotts
Publish Date 2010
Journal Social Studies and the Young Learner
Citation       Burstein, J. H. & Knotts, G. (2010). Creating connections: Integrating the visual arts  with social studies. Social Studies and the Young Learner, 23(1). 20-23.
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Burstein, J.H. & Montaño, T. (2010) Maestras dedicadas: A portrait of Chicana
teacher activism in troubled times. The Journal of Critical Pedagogy, 3(3).
Title Maestras dedicadas: A portrait of Chicana teacher activism in troubled times.
Collaborators Montaño, T.
Publish Date 2010
Journal The Journal of Critical Pedagogy
Citation Burstein, J.H. & Montaño, T. (2010) Maestras dedicadas: A portrait of Chicana
teacher activism in troubled times. The Journal of Critical Pedagogy, 3(3).
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Burstein, J.H. (2009). Do as I Say and Do as I Do: Using the Professor-in-Residence Model in Teaching Elementary Social Studies Methods.  The Social  Studies. 121-127 
Title Do as I Say and Do as I Do: Using the Professor-in- Residence Model in Teaching Elementary Social Studies Methods.
Collaborators
Publish Date 2009
Journal The Social Studies
Citation Burstein, J.H. (2009). Do as I Say and Do as I Do: Using the Professor-in-Residence Model in Teaching Elementary Social Studies Methods.  The Social  Studies. 121-127 
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Burstein, J.H. & Kretschmer, D. (2008). Integrating Social Studies and Science:   Natural or Unnatural Fit? Social Studies Research and Practice, 3(3), 113-122.
Title Integrating Social Studies and Science: Natural or Unnatural Fit?
Collaborators David Kretschmer
Publish Date 2008
Journal Journal of Social Studies Research and Practice
Citation Burstein, J.H. & Kretschmer, D. (2008). Integrating Social Studies and Science:   Natural or Unnatural Fit? Social Studies Research and Practice, 3(3), 113-122.
Abstract
Hutton, L. & Burstein, J.  (2008). The teaching of history-social science: Left behind or behind closed doors? Social Studies Research and Practice, 3(1), 96-108. 
Title The teaching of history-social science: Left behind or behind closed doors?
Collaborators Lisa Hutton
Publish Date 2008
Journal Social Studies Research and Practice
Citation Hutton, L. & Burstein, J.  (2008). The teaching of history-social science: Left behind or behind closed doors? Social Studies Research and Practice, 3(1), 96-108. 
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Burstein, J. H. (2007). Down from the tower into the trenches: Redefining the role of       professor-in-residence in one professional development school. University-School             Partnerships, 1(2), 66-75.
Title Down from the tower into the trenches: Redefining the role of professor-in-residence in one professional development school.
Collaborators
Publish Date 2007
Journal University-School Partnerships
Citation Burstein, J. H. (2007). Down from the tower into the trenches: Redefining the role of       professor-in-residence in one professional development school. University-School             Partnerships, 1(2), 66-75.
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Montano, T.& Burstein, J.H. (2007). Learning from las maestras: Experienced teacher       activists who remain in the classroom. Journal of Borderland Education, 1(1), 29-39.             Routledge.
Title Learning from las maestras: Experienced teacher activists who remain in the classroom.
Collaborators Theresa Montaño
Publish Date 2007
Journal Journal of Borderland Education Routledge
Publisher Routledge
Citation Montano, T.& Burstein, J.H. (2007). Learning from las maestras: Experienced teacher       activists who remain in the classroom. Journal of Borderland Education, 1(1), 29-39.             Routledge.
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Montano, T. & Burstein, J.  (July, 2006). Mujeres, maestras y mas: Creating teacher       networks for resistance and voice. Journal of Latinos in Education, 5(3), 169-188.             Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Title Mujeres, maestras y mas: Creating teacher networks for resistance and voice.
Collaborators Theresa Montaño
Publish Date 2006
Journal Journal of Latinos in Education Lawrence Erlbaum.
Publisher Lawrence Erlbaum.
Citation Montano, T. & Burstein, J.  (July, 2006). Mujeres, maestras y mas: Creating teacher       networks for resistance and voice. Journal of Latinos in Education, 5(3), 169-188.             Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
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Burstein, J.H., Hutton, L, & Curtis, R. (2006).  Elementary social studies: To teach or not to       teach. Journal of Social Studies Research. 30 (1), 15-20. Cedar Falls, IA: University of             Northern Iowa Press.
Title Elementary social studies: To teach or not to teach.
Collaborators Lisa Hutton
Publish Date 2006
Journal Journal of Social Studies Research Cedar Falls, IA: University of Northern Iowa Press.
Publisher Cedar Falls, IA: University of Northern Iowa Press.
Citation Burstein, J.H., Hutton, L, & Curtis, R. (2006).  Elementary social studies: To teach or not to       teach. Journal of Social Studies Research. 30 (1), 15-20. Cedar Falls, IA: University of             Northern Iowa Press.
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Burstein, J. & Hutton, L. (October, 2005). Planning and teaching with multiple perspectives       in social studies. Social Studies and the Young  Learner. 18(1),15-17.
Title Planning and teaching with multiple perspectives in social studies.
Collaborators Lisa Hutton
Publish Date 2005
Journal Social Studies and the Young Learner
Citation Burstein, J. & Hutton, L. (October, 2005). Planning and teaching with multiple perspectives       in social studies. Social Studies and the Young  Learner. 18(1),15-17.
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Hutton, L. & Burstein, J. (Spring, 2005). Mindfully adding multiple perspectives: A lesson       on the Japanese internment. Social Studies Review. 44(2), 57-61.
Title Mindfully adding multiple perspectives: A lesson on the Japanese internment.
Collaborators Lisa Hutton
Publish Date 2005
Journal Social Studies Review
Citation Hutton, L. & Burstein, J. (Spring, 2005). Mindfully adding multiple perspectives: A lesson       on the Japanese internment. Social Studies Review. 44(2), 57-61.
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Chapters

Burstein, J. H. & Knotts, G. (2014). Elementary social studies in What Really Works in Education, Ed. W. Muraski. Thousand Oaks, Corwin Press.
Title What Really Works in Elementary Social Studies
Collaborators Greg Knotts
Publish Date 2014
Book Burstein, J. H. & Knotts, G. (2014). Elementary social studies in What Really Works in Education, Ed. W. Muraski. Corwin Press
Publisher Corwin Press
Citation Burstein, J. H. & Knotts, G. (2014). Elementary social studies in What Really Works in Education, Ed. W. Muraski. Thousand Oaks, Corwin Press.
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Knotts, G.& Burstein, J.H.  (2014). Secondary social studies in What Really Works in       Education, Ed. W. Muraski. Thousand Oaks, Corwin Press.
Title Knotts, G.& Burstein, J.H. (2014). What Really Works in Secondary social studies
Collaborators Greg Knotts
Publish Date 2014
Book Corwin Press
Publisher Corwin Press
Citation Knotts, G.& Burstein, J.H.  (2014). Secondary social studies in What Really Works in       Education, Ed. W. Muraski. Thousand Oaks, Corwin Press.
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Books

Burstein, J.H. & Knotts, G. (2018). Reclaiming Social Studies for the Elementary  Classroom:  Integrating Culture through the Arts. 2nd ed. Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt Publishing.
Title Burstein, J.H. & Knotts, G. (2018). Reclaiming Social Studies for the Elementary Classroom: Integrating Culture through the Arts.
Collaborators Greg Knotts
Publish Date 2018
Kendall Hunt
Publisher Kendall Hunt
Citation Burstein, J.H. & Knotts, G. (2018). Reclaiming Social Studies for the Elementary  Classroom:  Integrating Culture through the Arts. 2nd ed. Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt Publishing.
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Faculty

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