Scott DeWitt, Assistant Professor
Scott W. DeWitt is an assistant professor specializing in secondary social studies education. He comes to the University of Cincinnati from the University at Buffalo – State University of New York, where he was on the faculty of the Graduate School of Education. Dr. DeWitt’s research focuses on teacher education in the social studies, the use of computer technology in teaching and learning social studies, and social class influences on technology use. He taught secondary social studies for ten years in public schools in the Cincinnati area and in Virginia. Dr. DeWitt has served as chair of the American Educational Research Association Teaching History Special Interest Group, as an elected member of the Executive Board of the College and University Faculty Assembly (CUFA) of the National Council for the Social Studies, and as chair of the CUFA Graduate Student Special Interest Group. In 2005, his doctoral dissertation (University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2004) received the biennial National Council for the Social Studies Larry Metcalf Exemplary Dissertation Award.
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