Table of contents for Cross-curricular approaches to teaching and learning / edited by Chris Rowley and Hilary Cooper.
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Cross-curricular learning and the development of values - Chris Rowley & Hilary Cooper
Who am I? How can we learn to value ourselves and others through thematic work supporting the development of children's knowledge and understanding of the world in the Foundation Stage - Jan Ashbridge and Jo Josephinou
Where do I come from? History linked to mathematics, geography and language - Hugh Moore
Valuing my place: How can collaborative work between geography and art help make the usual become unusual? - Chris Barlow & Andrea Brook
Learning to value another place: Promoting cross-curricular learning with geography and ICT through a local school link - Rob Wheatley
Challenging my preconceived ideas: An alternative to Florence Nightingale for a history focused cross-curricular theme with RE - Sue Temple with Lisa MacGregor
Comparing my life today with someone's in the past: History, geography, literacy, mathematics, science, art, design and technology - Jen Ager
Thinking through environmental values: Planning for a long term cross-curricular theme using local change and partnership - geography, art and science - Chris Rowley
What it means for primary-aged children to be internationally minded: The contribution of geography and history - Martin Skelton and Graham Reeves
Using dialogue to engage children with challenging ideas: Geography and global citizenship - Donna Hurford
Conclusion - Chris Rowley and Hilary Cooper
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Education, Elementary -- Curricula -- Great Britain.
Interdisciplinary approach in education -- Great Britain.