Peer Reviewed  Articles


Bickmore, S. T., Rumohr-Voskuil, G. & Binford, P. (2017). Crossing Selma's Bridge: Integrating Visual Discovery Strategy and Young Adult Literature to Promote Dialogue and Understanding. Middle Grades Review, 3(3), Article 7. https://scholarworks.uvm.edu/mgreview/vol3iss3/7. (27% acceptance rate per editor, 2017)

Binford, P. E. (2017). Symbolic Considerations: A Critical Decision in the History of the National Council for the Social Studies. American Educational History Journal, 44(2), 67-85.

Rohli, R. V. & Binford, P. E. (2016). Recent Trends in Geography Education in Louisiana. Journal of Geography, 115, 224-230. (20% acceptance rate per editor, 2016)

Binford, P. E. (2013). The National Council for the Social Studies 1971 Curriculum Guidelines: The End of the ‘Non-Alignment’ Policy. Sound Historian, 15, 108-126. (64% acceptance rate per editor, 2013)

Binford, P. E. & Eisworth, S. (2013). The Growing Gap: The Origin of Theory and Research in Social Education. Theory & Research in Social Education, 41, 457-475. (14% acceptance rate per Cabell’s, 2011)

Bickmore, S. & Binford, P. E. (2013). On a Roll: Making Cross-Curricular Connections between English and Social Studies. Louisiana English Journal, 15, 13-25. (50% acceptance rate per editor, 2013)

Binford, P. E. (2013). The Radical Reforms: A Historic Shift in the National Council for the Social Studies. American Educational History Journal, 40(2), 317-334. (Under 50% acceptance rate per editor, 2013)

Binford, P. E. (Fall 2009/Winter 2010). The Establishment Reforms: a History of the National Council for the Social Studies. International Journal of Social Education, 24(2), 245­-284. (21 to 30% acceptance rate per Cabell’s, 2011) 

Boyle-Baise, M. & Binford, P. E. (2005). The Banneker History Project: Historic Investigation of a Once Segregated School. Educational Forum, 69(2), 305-314.