Scott Petri has taught social studies at the middle school level and high school level since 2003. He has also served as a coordinator and small school principal in LAUSD. He holds a Doctorate in Educational Leadership and a Masters in Educational Administration from California State University Northridge, and a B.A. in Political Science from the University of San Diego. Dr. Petri is the Vice Chair of the National Council for the Social Studies Instructional Community and President-Elect of the Southern California Social Studies Association.
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Corbin L. Moore received his bachelor’s degree in history and secondary social studies education from Thomas More College and his master’s in educational leadership from the University of Dayton. He serves as the Social Studies Instructional Coach and English as a Second Language Coordinator for the Hamilton City School District in Hamilton, Ohio and teaches government and economics as an adjunct professor at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. As an instructional coach, he provides professional development workshops for social studies teachers for his school district, grant programs, statewide conferences, and online courses. Additionally, he has served as the President of the Ohio Council for the Social Studies and has played an active role in advocating and promoting history and social studies education policy and legislation in Ohio, including successful campaigns to reinstate state-level elementary and middle school social studies assessments and to require coursework in world history and civilizations for Ohio’s high school students. His research interests are in the areas of historical thinking, economics and financial literacy, technology integration, performance-based learning, and reading and writing across the curriculum.