Curriculum Integration: Designing the Core of Democratic Education

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Teachers College Press, Oct 17, 1997 - Education - 122 pages

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.

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More a history of "democratic education" than a practical primer in creating it. Very brief section on specific questions to ask of children in order to get at their thoughts and feelings (namely ... Read full review

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