Integrative and Interdisciplinary Curriculum in the Middle School: Integrated Approaches in Teacher Preparation and Practice

1st Edition

Lisa Harrison, Ellis Hurd, Kathleen Brinegar

Routledge
March 6, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 174 Pages - 24 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367370442 - CAT# 328317
Series: Routledge Research in Education

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Summary

Originally published as a special issue of the Middle School Journal, this book presents integrative curriculum as a foundational element of the middle school.

By addressing the current gap in literature on curriculum integration in the middle grades, this text explores how learning can be organized around authentic concepts or questions which cut across disciplines and speak to young adolescents. Providing a current, nuanced, and comprehensive review of what it means to embrace and implement an interdisciplinary and integrative curriculum, the volume considers how educators can create and deliver a high-quality integrative curriculum which is enjoyable, challenging, and inclusive. Examples of implementation in teacher preparation programs and middle grade classrooms showcase integrative approaches and illustrate how curricula have been key in tackling social inequities, increasing engagement with STEM, and supporting collaboration.

This text will be of great interest to graduate and postgraduate students, researchers, academics and libraries in the field of Middle School Education, Curriculum Studies, Teacher Education, Theories of Learning, and STEM Education.

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