Jeff Nokes, Associate Professor
Office: 2160 JFSB
Jeffery D Nokes is an associate professor in the History Department at Brigham Young University. A former middle school and high school teacher, his research focuses on history teaching and learning. He is the author of Building Students’ Historical Literacies: Learning to Read and Reason with Historical Texts and Evidence and has published several journal articles and book chapters on the topic of historical literacy, literacy instruction, and teacher preparation. He currently teaches a “methods of teaching history and social studies” course, an “explorations of teaching” course, and a course on historical literacy.
History teacher preparation
- Excellence in Teaching: Best of State from National Council for the Social Studies, 2016
- Martin B. Hickman FHSS Excellence in Teaching Award from College of Family, Home and Social Sciences, 2015
- American Historical Association
- Draper, R., Barney, D., Broomhead, G., Grierson, S., Jensen, A., Nielson, J., Wimmer, J. (forthcoming). Disciplinary perspectives of the Common Core State Standards: A counternarrative of content-area literacy. Harvard Educational Review.
- Nokes, J. (2017). Historical Reading and Writing in Secondary School Classrooms: International Handbook of Research on Historical Culture and Education. New York, New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
- Nokes, J. (2012). Building Students' Historical Literacies: Learning to Read and Reason with Historical Texts and Evidence. In (pp. 240). New York, New York: Routledge.
- Draper, R., Broomhead, G., Jensen, A., & Nokes, J. (2012). (Re)imagining literacy and teacher preparation through collaboration.. Reading Psychology, 33, 367-398.
- Draper, R., Jensen, A., Broomhead, G., Nokes, J., Siebert, D., Grierson, S., Shumway, S. (2011). Seeking Renewal, Finding Community: Participatory Action Research in Teacher Education: Literacy Study Group, Brigham Young University. In Teacher Development (pp. 1-18). San Diego: Taylor and Francis.
- Nokes, J. (2010). Reimagining Literacy for History Classrooms. Reimagining Content Area Literacy Instruction, 54-68.