John K. Lee is associate professor of social studies and middle grades education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction North Carolina State University. He serves as the co-editor of the social studies section of Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education and is the K-12 editor for the Journal of the Association for History and Computing. For nine years he taught middle and high school social studies. His publications have appeared in Social Education, Social Studies International Forum, Theory and Research in Social Education, the Journal Computing and Teacher Education and The International Journal of Social Education among others. He conducts research on digital history and the development of pedagogical content knowledge.

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Mail: NCSU Campus, Poe Hall Box 7801 Raleigh NC 27695
Phone: 919-513-0126

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