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Learning Through Real-World Problem Solving
The Power of Integrative Teaching



February 1996 | 184 pages | Corwin
Why should the school curriculum be integrated? How can this best be accomplished? Nancy G Nagel discusses integrative teaching using real-world problems to which both students and teachers can relate. She provides case studies of integretive teaching units from inner city, suburban and private schools in the United States, together with teacher and student feedback on the units. The book concludes with suggestions for implementing an integrative curriculum.
James A Beane
Foreword
 
Integrative Teaching and Learning through Real-World Problem Solving
 
Why Implement an Integrative Teaching and Learning Model?
 
Looking in the Classrooms
Case Studies Introduction

 
 
Assessing Integrative Learning
 
Looking Back
What We Have Learned

 
 
Looking Ahead
Suggestions for Implementation

 
 
Making Integrative Teaching and Learning Happen

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ISBN: 9780803963603