Strategies for Using Interdisciplinary Resources Across K-16
Across the K-16 system of primary, secondary, and post-secondary education, the need for interdisciplinary resources is widespread. Resources are dispersed, however, across disciplinary, interdisciplinary, and professional forums, as well as the “gray” or “fugitive” literature of conference papers, teaching materials, program reports, working papers, and other unpublished work. We enlarge the conventional notion of “resources” by defining six major areas and activities that will yield a portfolio of materials and strategies for teaching, curriculum planning, and administration. They encompass (1) primary literatures, (2) professional organizations and related publications, (3) specialized literatures, (4) networking, (5) electronic database searching, and (6) professional development.
Klein, Julie Thompson, et al. "Strategies for Using Interdisciplinary Resources Across K-16." Issues in Integrative Studies 20 (2002): 139-160.
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