John W. Saye

John W. Saye is the Mildred Cheshire Fraley Distinguished Professor of secondary social science education at Auburn University. He is the codirector of the Persistent Issues in History Network and director of the Social Studies Inquiry Research Collaborative, a coalition of university researchers studying the effects of challenging social studies and history instruction on student learning. Prior to his appointment to Auburn University in 1994, Dr. Saye was a high school history teacher for twelve years. His research interests include authentic pedagogy, problem-based inquiry, teacher thinking, and collaborative communities of practice.

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