Conquering the Crowded Curriculum

This practical book explores innovative ways for teachers to “conquer” the many curricular challenges they face in diverse, contemporary classrooms. It encourages teachers to weave an authentic teaching tapestry where content knowledge, strategies, and understanding are drawn from one subject discipline and used to enrich and apply to others.

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This practical book explores innovative ways for teachers to “conquer” the many curricular challenges they face in diverse, contemporary classrooms. It encourages teachers to weave an authentic teaching tapestry where content knowledge, strategies, and understanding are drawn from one subject discipline and used to enrich and apply to others.

This remarkable book revolves around five “I” principles: inclusiveness, identity, inquiry, integration, and innovation. It discusses each compon...read more

About the Author(s)

Kathleen Gould Lundy has been involved in teaching and the arts for more than thirty years. A popular speaker and education leader, Kathy has worked on the development of curriculum documents and instructional videos on many aspects of literacy and learning.

Table of Contents

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Preface with Acknowledgments

Introduction: The Curriculum Dilemma

1. The Classroom Context—Inclusiveness

2. Stop, Look, and Listen—Identity

3. Bringing the World into the Classroom—Inquiry

4. How to Make a Crowded Curriculum Work—Integration

5. With New and Open Eyes—Innovation

Bibliography

Index

Product Details

Grade Range: 4-12
Media: 192 pp/paper
Year: 2015
Item No: 8294
ISBN: 978-1-55138-294-4
Publisher: Pembroke Publishers

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