Education and Indoctrination in the Social Sciences: Research-based Protocols for Best Practices of Teaching with Objectivity.
National Social Science Journal
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Does teaching necessarily imply the indoctrination of one’s students? To answer that conceptual question, it is important to know what is meant by “indoctrination.” This study defined indoctrination as it applied to the classroom, and demonstrated that teaching often involves indoctrination, either through the content of the lessons, hidden messages in textbooks (Sadker, 2017; Ferguson, Brown, & Torres, 2016), statements of the teacher (Journell, 2016), or the intent of the teacher (Håkansson, 2015). While indoctrination is often an unintended side-effect of teaching, (Nationally refereed with a 12-15% acceptance rate) (Online and Print).
Education, Indoctrination, Social Studies
Deever, D. A.,
Grubaugh, S. J.,
Education and Indoctrination in the Social Sciences: Research-based Protocols for Best Practices of Teaching with Objectivity..
National Social Science Journal, 50(2),