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This third edition of Erickson's bestseller provides updated information about designing curriculum aligned with state and national content standards, using brain-based teaching methods, and developing higher-order thinking skills.
Table of Contents
|About the Author|
|Making Change in a Changing World|
|The State of Educational Change|
|Sharing the Job of Quality Education|
|A National Model for Concept-Based Curricula|
|Making Change the Systems Way|
|Overcoming Obstacles: Over, Under, Through, and Around|
|Historical Perspective: Hilda Taba|
|State Academic Standards and Local Curriculum Frameworks|
|The Tripartite Model of Curriculum Design|
|Scope and Sequence Charts for Processes and Skills|
|Designing Interdisciplinary, Integrated Curricula|
|Defining Interdisciplinary, Integrated Curricula|
|The Integrated, Intradisciplinary Curriculum Model|
|Designing Concept-Based Teaching Units|
|Unit Design Steps: Questions and Answers|
|Concept-Based Units: Samples and Questions|
|From Coordinated to Integrated Units|
|Multiage Classrooms and Concept-Based Curriculum|
|Questions and Answers: Elementary Schools|
|Questions and Answers: Secondary Schools|
|The International Baccalaureate Programme|
|Career and Technical Education Programs|
|Assessing and Reporting Student Progress|
|A Brief Review: Form and Function|
|The Implications of Process Assessment|
|Reporting Process Development|
|Assessing Critical Thinking Developmentally|
|Standards for Thinking|
|Scoring Guides for Performance Tasks|
|Questions and Answers|
|Teacher Reflections on Concept-Based Instruction|
|Stirring the Head, Heart, and Soul: Creating a Love of Learning|
|Stirring the Head|
|Stirring the Heart and Soul|
|Loving to Learn|
|Alternative Unit Formats|
|Key Concepts in Different Disciplines|
|What Work Requires of Schools|
|Sample Unit Planner|
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