- Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies Education
- On-Site Instructor
Professional Development School District
Garrett, H.J. (2019). Why does fake news work? On the psychosocial dynamics of learning, belief, and citizenship. In W. Journell (Ed.) Fake News: What it is, why it is problematic, and what educators can do about it. Teachers College Press
Garrett, H.J. (2019). Learning to tolerate the devastating realities of climate crises. Theory and Research in Social Education. Review of Wallace-Wells, D. (2019). Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming.
Schmeichel, M., Garrett, H.J., Ranschaert, R., McAnulty, J., Thompson, S., Janis, S., Clark, C., Yagata, S., Bivens, B. (2018). The complexity of learning to teach news media in social studies education. Journal of Media Literacy Education, 10(2), 86-103.
Garrett, H.J. (2017). Learning to be in the world with others: Difficult knowledge and social studies education. New York, NY: Peter Lang.
Garrett, H.J & Kerr, S. L (2016). Theorizing the use of aesthetic texts in social studies education. Theory and Research in Social Education, (44)4, 505-531.
- Curriculum Theory
- Teacher Education
- Social Studies Education
- Psychoanalytic Theory in Education
- Emotion and Affect in Teaching and Learning
- News Media Literacy
- Democracy Education
- PhD in Curriculum, Instruction and Teacher Education, 2010
Michigan State University