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    • Inquiry, Interdisciplinary Study, and Minor Programs of Study 

      Weaver, Frederick S. (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1986)
      The inquiry form of liberal education conveys a much-needed sense of purpose for undergraduate education. Inquiry principles enable the assessment of conventional organizations and practices with much clearer criteria ...
    • Integrating Interdisciplinary Organizations: A Preliminary Directory for Networking 

      Bingham, Nelson E. (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1990)
    • Integration without Confusion 

      Broudy, H.S. (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1991)
    • Intellectual Integration 

      Boyd White, James (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1987)
      Poetry serves as the prototype for integrating our culture and our minds. We need to put together things by retaining the identity of the parts yet creating new wholes. Poetry has a desirable tension between order and disorder ...
    • Interdisciplinarity and Research on Local Issues in Schools: Policies and Experiences from Colombia 

      Rodriguez, Jose Gregorio; Blasco, Carlos Minana (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2010)
      This article examines education policy on curricular integration and interdisciplinary practices in primary and secondary education (K-11) in Colombia. It presents an overview of institutional and teachers’ discourses ...
    • Interdisciplinarity and the Canon of Art History 

      Kraft, Selma (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1989)
      With the recent overthrow of the canon of art history, interest in works of art as aesthetic form is being replaced by interest in them as representations of meaning. Not only are methods and theories of disciplines other ...
    • Interdisciplinarity and the University: The Dream and the Reality 

      Kockelmans, Joseph J. (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1986)
      In proposing interdisciplinary programs to deal with the problems caused by specialization, it is important to understand the development of the modern university between the middle of the nineteenth century and the ...
    • Interdisciplinarity in Quebec Schools: 40 Years of Problematic Implementation 

      Lenoir, Yves; Hasni, Abelkrim (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2010)
      This article presents a portrait of interdisciplinarity in the Quebec school system. Following a contextual overview of this system, including its sociohistorical evolution and current organization in order to define the ...
    • Interdisciplinarity in Swiss Schools: A Difficult Step into the Future 

      Ghisla, Gianni; Bausch, Luca; Bonoli, Lorenzo (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2010)
      Multi- and interdisciplinary education is a major postulate in the Swiss school system and has considerable weight in educational programs and learning objectives, both in compulsory school and at the upper secondary ...
    • Interdisciplinarity in U.S. Schools: Past, Present, and Future 

      Mansilla, Veronica Boix; Lenoir, Yves (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2010)
      This article examines the historical evolution of the concepts of interdisciplinarity and integration in American education. We first focus on United States education in the 20th century to review the rationales for ...
    • Interdisciplinarity: The Construction of Worldviews and the Dissemination of Scientific Results 

      Apostel, Leo; Vanlandschoot, Jaak (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1994)
      This essay consists of four parts: an introduction by Vanlandschoot to the Woridviews project and the Centrum Leo Apostel, the text of a videotaped interview with Apostel shown at the 1989 meeting of the AIS at Sonoma State ...
    • Interdisciplinary Curriculum Development 

      Newell, William H. (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1990)
    • Interdisciplinary Practices in Ontario: Past, Present, and Future 

      Clausen, Kurt; Drake, Susan (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2010)
    • Interdisciplinary Research for Integrated Rural Development in Developing Countries: the Role of Social Sciences 

      van Dusseldorp, Dirk; Wigboldus, Seerp (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1994)
      This article is based on the experiences of various interdisciplinary research and planning teams at Wageningen Agricultural University. After giving a typology of interdisciplinary research, the authors examine the role ...
    • Interdisciplinary Resources: A Bibliographical Reflection 

      Thompson Klein, Julie (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1990)
      The richest resource on interdisciplinary teaching and research is the voluminous literature on the subject. This literature reveals the considerable range as well as different theoretical and ideological positions on ...
    • Interdisciplinary Studies as Change of Perspective 

      Schulert, Jurgen; Frank, Andrea (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1994)
      This framework for introductory science courses presents a theoretical perspective in the context of an experimental tertiary college at the University of Bielefeld, the Oberstufen-Kolleg, It examines general assumptions ...
    • Interdisciplinary Thought 

      Hubenthal, Ursula (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1994)
      This essay examines types of overlapping thought between subjects. The definition of "interdisciplinarity" that is proposed is a thought process that overlaps subjects. It is oriented toward a topic as a whole, leading to ...
    • `Interdisciplinary': The First Half Century 

      Frank, Roberta (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1988)
    • Introduction 

      Turner, Richard C. (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1991)
    • Introduction 

      Fiscella, Joan B. (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 1992)