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Curriculum Integration Designing the Core of Democratic Education

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ISBN-10: 080773683X

ISBN-13: 9780807736838

Edition: 1997

Authors: James A. Beane, Jean Anyon

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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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Book details

List price: $26.95
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Teachers College Press, Teachers College, Columbia University
Publication date: 10/30/1997
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 168
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.440
Language: English

A former classroom teacher, James A. Beane currently divides his time between his position as a professor at National-Louis University and as a school reform coach at Sherman Middle School in Madison, Wisconsin. He is the author of Curriculum Integration (1997), A Middle School Curriculum (1993), and Affect in the Curriculum (1990). He is also coauthor of Democratic Schools (1995), The Middle School and Beyond (1992), When the Kids Come First (1987), Self-Concept, Self-Esteem COMMA and the Curriculum (1986), and Curriculum Planning and Development (1986). Additionally, he was co-editor ONE WORD of Democratic Schools; and edited the 1995 ASCD Yearbook Toward A Coherent Curriculum. Beane has…    

A Special Kind of Unity
Dimensions of Curriculum Integration
Elsewhere Beyond the Separate Subjects
The Current Interest
Looking for Curriculum Integration
Pushing Past the Subject Approach
From Integration to Core Curriculum
Trouble in Paradise
Lost and Found
Curriculum Integration and the Disciplines of Knowledge
What Is the Problem?
Inside the Subject Approach
Knowledge in an Integrative Curriculum
Beyond the Debate
In the Place of High Pedagogy
Collaborative Planning
Performing Knowledge
Organizing and Using Knowledge
Creating Communities
High Pedagogy
In the Place of Tough Politics
Inside the Classroom
Among Colleagues
In the Gaze of Authority
Not My Child
Misreading Curriculum Integration
I Found a National Curriculum
General Education, 1990s Style
Whose National Curriculum?
A Curriculum About What?
A National Curriculum Worth the Name
How Fares Curriculum Integration?
Facing Reality
How Fares Curriculum Integration?
About the Author