Connor Warner is the Master Teacher for our NEH Landmarks of American History and Culture workshop, one of our Core Faculty members, and a member of our selection committee. Connor will lead be available throughout both workshops to consult with you about curricular integration, including state and federal standards within your specific geographic region and discipline(s). He will also lead several sessions, including three interactive presentations (on multiculturalism in contemporary education; visual storytelling; and the legacy of racial discrimination in American education), as well as a reflective discussion session about pedagogical strategies you can use in your own classrooms.
Dr. Warner is an Assistant Professor of Education in the Teacher Education & Curriculum Studies program at the University of Missouri-Kansas City with more than ten years of classroom teaching experience at the secondary and post-secondary level. His research interests include Native American education, teacher education policy, curriculum and assessment, and middle and secondary curriculum. His work has been published many journals including Multicultural Perspectives, The Social Studies Texan, Journal of Philosophy and History in Education, Journal of Thought, National Teacher Education Journal and Citizenship, Social, and Economics Education.
PhD, University of Kansas
MEd, Texas Tech University
BS Ed, Montana State University