cross-curricular

cross-curricular

adj
(Education) education Brit denoting or relating to an approach to a topic that includes contributions from several different disciplines and viewpoints
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NEA's Web site offers cross-curricular ideas relating to the many hats of Ted Geisel--artist, activist, environmentalist and filmmaker.
This paper discusses cross-curricular ventures; provides links to NASA educational World Wide Web sites; outlines interactive learning opportunities; and addresses the issue of meeting national standards.
Students can express and explore their ideas using the latest version of this cross-curricular, problem-solving and project-building software.
Examples are presented in links to several Web sites, which are developed by and in collaboration with scientists, engineers, educators, instructional designers, and other professionals; the sole intent of these endeavors is the support of education pertaining to the emphasis of mathematics and cross-curricular, real-world support in PreK-12 educational environments.
The lesson plan suggests a time allotment; provides an overview; indicates cross-curricular subjects; cites learning objectives; addresses standards and Center for Understanding the Built Environment (CUBE) components; notes materials needed; describes preparation time for teachers; provides an introductory activity, a learning activity, and a culminating activity; suggests cross-curricular extensions and community connections, and contains a sheet for planning a field trip.
* As a resource for the cross-curricular connection, above, view high-resolution images of the Declaration of Independence at: www.archives.gov/national-archives-experience/charters/declaration.html
The cross-curricular tool has a 160 x 240-dot LCCD touch screen with stylus-based operation, and it enables input of fractions, differentials, integrals and lim calculations.
The guide consists of background information on the history and development of submarines and a list of cross-curricular activities to challenge, educate, and entertain students.
Besides an introduction to mind mapping and tips for assessing student maps and using the tool in a one-computer classroom, the teacher's guide has 27 classroom activities on language arts, social studies, science and cross-curricular topics.
Units in the document are: (1) Persuasive Writing: Animal Rights; (2) Persuasive Writing: The Three Little Pigs; (3) Historical Recount (in which pupils write a historical recount related to an event they recently learned in class); (4) Recount: Newspaper Reports; (5) Recount: Police Report; (6) Discussion: Cross-Curricular Issues; (7) Taking a Point of View: GM Foods; and (8) Explanatory Text: Time and Space.
From complete curricula to work shops and grants, a number of cross-curricular resources are available to prepare teachers and administrators.

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