Rory Tannebaum

Academic Title

  • Associate Professor, Education
  • Curriculum and Instruction
  • Educational Foundations
  • Qualitative Research
  • Social Studies Education
  • Teacher Education

My research aims to explore effective means for transferring scholarship conducted within academia to undergraduate students seeking to become K-12 teachers. Though this research largely occurs within the context of social studies education, my work often applies to broader aims of education which include — though are not limited to — developing reform-oriented teachers who use progressive pedagogy, creating curriculum designed to promote diversity, and encouraging reflective practices among educators at all levels in their career.

  • Ph.D. Curriculum and Instruction Clemson University
  • M.Ed. Social Studies Education University of Georgia
  • B.S. Social Studies Education University of Georgia
  • Educational Foundations
  • Social Studies Education
  • Teacher Education

Tannebaum, R. P. (2017). “Exploring Religion in the Social Studies Teacher Preparation Classroom.” Oregon Journal of the Social Studies, 5(2), 73-22.

Tannebaum, R. P. (2017). “Collective Action for Social Justice: An Exploration Into Preservice Social Studies Teachers’ Conceptions of Discussion as a Tool for Equity.” Journal of Social Studies Research, 41(3), pp. 195-205.

Bindewald, B., Tannebaum, R. P. and Womac, P. (2016). “Common Core and Democratic Participation: A Philosophical Analysis of the Likely Impact of Common Core State Standards on Public and Private Autonomy,” Democracy and Education, 24(2), pp. 1-10.

Tannebaum, R. P. (2016). “Cooperating Teachers’ Impact on Preservice Social Studies Teachers’ Autonomous Practices: A Multicase Study.” Journal of Social Studies Research, 40(2), 97-2017.

Tannebaum, R. P. (2015). “Preservice Social Studies Teachers’ Perspectives and Understandings of Teaching in the 21st Century Classroom.” Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6(2), 154-176.

  • Faculty Fellowship, Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, Merrimack College, 2017-18.
  • Distinguished Graduate Fellowship, Clemson University, 2014-15.