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Envisioning Process as Content

Envisioning Process as Content
Toward a Renaissance Curriculum

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December 1996 | 280 pages | Corwin
This innovative book on school reform addresses directly the curriculum needs for the twenty-first century. The contributors share a new vision for schools that fosters a desire to learn about self, others and the world and to view life as an intellectual and personal quest for knowledge and meaning. The book presents a strong case for teaching process - including critical thinking, problem-solving, information-processing and life-long learning skills - which evidence shows can be more effective than the teaching of specific disciplines.

Peter M Senge
Arthur L Costa and Rosemarie M Liebmann
Towards Renaissance Curriculum
An Idea Whose Time Has Come

Arthur L Costa and Rosemarie M Liebmann
Difficulties with the Disciplines
Arthur L Costa and Rosemarie M Liebmann
Shifting Paradigms from Either/Or to Both/And
Arthur L Costa
A Decision-Making Process

Rosemarie M Liebmann
How Process Is Connected with the Human Spirit
Nancy Skerritt
Process as Content
Ruth Lorig
Reading as a Thinking Process
Carol Lloyd
Mathematics [u/s]Is Process Education
James Henderson and David Dees
Teaching the Process of Aesthetic Knowing and Representation
Robert Swartz
Problem-Based Learning and Critical Thinking in Teaching for Science Literacy
Peg Luidens
Paper Thinking
The Process of Writing

Louis T Coulson and Alison Strickland
Learning Creative Process
A Basic Life Skill

Merv Akin and Martha I Turner
Historical Inquiry
Virginia Rojas
Above the World
When Process Is Content in Foreign Language Teaching

John Dyer
Humor as Process
Lou Rubin

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