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Pamela J. Farris is a Distinguished Teaching Professor and former Coordinator of School-University Partnerships at Northern Illinois University.
Table of Contents
|Social studies and integrated instruction : a look at social studies||p. 1|
|Social studies and integrated instruction : a look at interdisciplinary instruction||p. 43|
|Classroom assessment in social studies||p. 73|
|Multicultural and bilingual education : making the connections in social studies||p. 103|
|Social studies for all learners||p. 151|
|Facilitating learning through strategic instruction in social studies||p. 187|
|Communicating in social studies : reading, writing, discussing||p. 231|
|Early childhood social studies||p. 281|
|History : connecting children to the past||p. 313|
|Another time, another place : bringing social studies to life through literature||p. 349|
|Geography : exploring the whole world through interdisciplinary instruction||p. 389|
|Civic education in a democratic society||p. 427|
|Economics education : ways and means||p. 457|
|Social studies and the arts : from inner journeys to faraway lands||p. 497|
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