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Supporting the Spirit of Learning

Supporting the Spirit of Learning
When Process Is Content

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January 1997 | 264 pages | Corwin
The revision of the curriculum to meet the needs of the twenty-first century is the theme of this book. It puts forward a powerful case for making the learning process the major focus of the curriculum, and describes how traditional ways of developing curriculum, instruction, parental involvement, decision-making, assessment, teaching and teacher education would be different in a process-oriented learning organization.

Peter M Senge
Arthur L Costa and Rosemarie M Liebmann
Reuven Feuerstein, Rafi Feuerstein, and Yaron Schur
Process as Content in Education of Exceptional Children
Vito Perrone and Bena Kallick
Generative Topics for Process Curriculum
Arthur L Costa
Teaching as Process
Marion Leibowitz
Instruction for Process Learning
Marilyn Tabor
A Process-Oriented Paradigm
Implications for Professional Development

Robin Fogarty
Enhancing Transfer
Timothy Melchior et al
New Technologies
New Learning?

Stanley Pogrow
Using Techology to Combine Process and Content
Robert Swartz
Problem-Based Learning in Science
Sandra Parks
Tools to Enhance Thinking and Learning
Rosemarie M Liebmann and Anthony Colella
Processes for Diverse Voices
Rosemarie M Liebmann and Barbara Wright
Inviting the Feminine Voice
Bena Kallick
Measuring from in the Middle of Learning
Fred Morton
What Would Schools Be Like if Process Were Content?
Lou Rubin
The Essence: Process as Content


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