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How To Integrate The Curricula

Author : Robin J. Fogarty
ISBN : 9781452272238
Genre : Education
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This updated resource offers ten models that allow teachers to work together to create learner-centered classrooms by grouping elements from various content areas into a coherent, standards-based curriculum.

How To Integrate The Curricula

Author : Robin J. Fogarty
ISBN : 9781452273877
Genre : Education
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This updated resource offers ten models that allow teachers to work together to create learner-centered classrooms by grouping elements from various content areas into a coherent, standards-based curriculum.

How To Integrate The Curricula

Author : Robin Fogarty
ISBN : 1412938899
Genre : Education
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This updated resource offers ten models that allow teachers to work together to create learner-centered classrooms by grouping elements from various content areas into a coherent, standards-based curriculum.

Integrating Curricula With Multiple Intelligences

Author : Robin J. Fogarty
ISBN : 141295553X
Genre : Education
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The authors demonstrate how to develop higher-order thinking, mindful decision making, and productive problem-solving skills in all students and provide a six-step process for developing thematic learning units.

Meeting Standards Through Integrated Curriculum

Author : Susan M. Drake
ISBN : 9780871208408
Genre : Education
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A guide to integrating standards across the curriculum through the Know/Do/Be framework.

How To Integrate The Curricula

Author : Robin Fogarty
ISBN : 1864011564
Genre : Education
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Artful Teaching

Author : David M. Donahue
ISBN : 9780807750803
Genre : Education
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Describes how the arts provide an entry point for gaining insight into why and how students learn. It includes rich and lively examples of public school teachers integrating visual arts, music, drama, and dance with subject matter, including English, social studies, science, and mathematics to provide a deeper understanding of why and how to use the arts every day, in every school, to reach every child.

Curriculum Integration

Author : James A. Beane
ISBN : 9780807775165
Genre : Education
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The quintessential resource on the important topic of curriculum integration! Going well beyond other books on this subject, James Beane details the history of curriculum integration and analyzes current critiques to provide a complete theory of curriculum integration. He defines curriculum integration as a comprehensive approach rather than simply “rearranging subjects.” Using many classroom examples, he explains the relationship between curriculum integration and the disciplines of knowledge. The approach set forth in this groundbreaking volume translates into a democratic vision of general education that transcends the current standards movement. “Offers clear and understandable examples of what curriculum integration means, how it can work, and how it fits a model of democratic education.” —Choice “In this time of conservative attacks on progressive education, it is crucial that we defend and extend democratic policies and practices. James Beane has been one of the most important figures in articulating democratic possibilities in schools. Curriculum Integration shows why he so deserves our respect. It provides a clear and insightful picture of the arguments and realities of democratic curriculum development and teaching.” —Michael W. Apple, University of Wisconsin–Madison “Jim Beane urges us to completely rethink how we pursue intellectual inquiry, as well as who makes the decisions in the classroom and what our ultimate goals are. Taken seriously, as it ought to be, [his] approach could revolutionize American education.” —Alfie Kohn, author of Punished by Rewards and Beyond Discipline “Beane writes directly with a passion that reflects long-in-the-making and deeply rooted convictions about education, youth, and democracy.... This book is a critically important resource . . . and it will remain so for years to come.” —John H. Lounsbury, National Middle School Association

A Practical Guide For Integrating Civic Responsibility Into The Curriculum

Author : Gail Robinson
ISBN : 9780871173744
Genre : Education
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Community college faculty can turn to this easy-to-use guide for both the theory and the practice of incorporating civic responsibility concepts into service learning courses. Includes multiple faculty and student exercises, activities, and assessment tools.

Integrating Aboriginal Perspectives Into The School Curriculum

Author : Yatta Kanu
ISBN : 9781442694026
Genre : Education
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From improved critical thinking to increased self-esteem and school retention, teachers and students have noted many benefits to bringing Aboriginal viewpoints into public school classrooms. In Integrating Aboriginal Perspectives Into the School Curriculum, Yatta Kanu provides the first comprehensive study of how these frameworks can be effectively implemented to maximize Indigenous students' engagement, learning, and academic achievement. Based on six years of empirical research, Kanu offers insights from youths, instructors, and school administrators, highlighting specific elements that make a difference in achieving positive educational outcomes. Drawing on a wide range of disciplines, from cognitive psychology to civics, her findings are widely applicable across both pedagogical subjects and diverse cultural groups. Kanu combines theoretical analysis and practical recommendations to emphasize the need for fresh thinking and creative experimentation in developing curricula and policy. Amidst global calls to increase school success for Indigenous students, this work is a timely and valuable addition to the literature on Aboriginal education.

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