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Applying Cross-Curricular Approaches Creatively

Author: Barnes, Jonathan (Universite de Geneve)
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 168
Pub Date: 11/05/2018
Publisher: ROUTLEDGE
ISBN: 9781138200951
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Applying Cross-Curricular Approaches Creatively explores the relevance and effectiveness of cross-disciplinary and project-based teaching. With a focus on personal reflection and discussion, it offers educators inspiration, guidance and resources to deliver a truly integrated curriculum creatively.â ¯Exploring how we can make connections in the classroom through our own lives and those of our children, it supports teachers in becoming more personally involved in decisions about the style of teaching and substance of curriculum in schools. Applying Cross-Curricular Approaches Creatively examines key topics such as:ã ã

Educationalists with an interest in cross-curricular and creative approachesã

Planning for and provoking creativityã ã

Choosing cross-curricular themesã

Mind-full approaches to teaching and learningã

Assessing creative and integrated learningã

Teachers as researchers in the classroomã ã

Applying Cross-Curricular Approaches Creatively is an essential text for those wishing to plan a coherent curriculum with cross-curricular elements. It places the 'basics' of knowledge, genuine motivation, engagement andã participationã at theã core of its argumentsã for meaningfulã learningã forã all children.ã Filledã with autobiographical accounts and case studies, and with ready-to-use ideas for creative lessons, thisã upliftingã book challenges us to return to curriculum breadth and balance and away from a `one-size-fits-all' approach.â ¯ã ã


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