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Donald R. McClure, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Curriculum and Instruction
PhD, Curriculum, Instruction, & Teacher Education, Michigan State University
MEd, Elementary Education, University of Notre Dame
BMus, Central Michigan University
Donald R. McClure, Ph.D., is an assistant professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction in the School of Education at St. John's University. He holds his Ph.D. in Curriculum, Instruction, and Teacher Education from Michigan State University; his M.Ed. from the University of Notre Dame; and his Bachelor of Music from Central Michigan University. McClure also served as an elementary and middle school teacher for eight years in Louisiana, Illinois, and Ireland. McClure’s research interests span the areas of social studies education and international education. He explores how culturally and ethnically diverse students make sense of citizenship, national identity, and national belonging.

Teaching Interests

elementary social studies methods; secondary social studies methods; social foundations of education; comparative and international education

Research Interests

social studies education; citizenship education; diversity, immigration, and education; comparative and international education; teacher education

Courses Taught

EDU
1010
PLAN TEACH ASSESS ELEM SS
EDU
1021I
R.I.S.E INTERN/CHILDHOOD EDU
EDU
1022I
R.I.S.E INTERN/ ADOLESCENT EDU
EDU
1091
INNOV STRAT SEC SET:SOC STUD
EDU
7135
CUR TRENDS/RES/ASSMT TEACH SS