Dr. Song teaches social studies methods courses at University of Missouri – St. Louis. Kim’s research interest includes urban education, technology, assessment, and urban children’s content learning using children’s books.

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Publications:
Multicultural Education Techniques for Pre-Service: Social Studies Methods Courses

This study examines pre-service teachers' knowledge base in reference to human origin, racial stereotypes and cultural diversity after participating in CHOCD Human Origin and African Cultures programs. Cultures programs.

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Improvement of Content Knowledge, Pedagogy, and Technology Skills through a Purposefully Designed Course: Implementing Electronic Portfolios

A technology-enhanced social studies methods course was designed with rubrics and guidelines based on effective teaching pedagogy. The result supported the subjects improved their computer skills, content knowledge and pedagogy.

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Improving Literacy Skills with Urban Children in U.S.A. Seeing themselves in Literature Books

Teacher candidates conducted a reading support project for urban children who had lower reading levels. The purpose was to examine if children can improve literacy skills through individualized reading strategies.

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