How to Integrate the Curricula
This book presents ten models to connect and integrate the curricula to meet standards, prepare students for lifelong learning, and create brain-compatible, learner-centered classrooms. The author guides provides a wealth of blackline masters to aid the teacher in selecting and applying the models of integrated curricula that work best for their classrooms. The discussions on each model include information on: What the model isWhat the model looks and sounds like in the classroomThe benefits and challenges for teaching and learningWhen and how to implement the model
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Advantages Anne Frank attitudes Carpentersville classroom COGNITIVE conceptual theme connections content areas Cooperative skill curricular integration curricular priorities develop Disadvantages EXAMPLE expert explicit explore fertile theme field focus focusing four disciplines Fragmented Model grade level immersed learner integrate the curricula integrated curriculum integrated learning integrated model Intelligence This intelligence interdisciplinary team Language Arts Learner filters Learner's Mission LESSONS AND LEARNERS List look for overlaps Math mean integrating metacognitive metacurriculum MINDFUL SCHOOL model of integration multiple intelligences nested model networked model Notes & Reflections NUMBER overlapping concepts overlapping ideas patterns planning Practical Arts provides re-design rearranging refine Select semester sequence shared curricula single lesson Skylight Publishing social skills Social Studies Study skill subject areas subject matter content taught teacher targets teaching team members Think ahead Think back thinking skill threaded model topics or units transfer of learning units of study Venn diagram webbed model whole language