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Interdisciplinary learning as part of Curriculum for Excellence

Discussion in 'Scotland - curriculum' started by mistermur, Mar 30, 2012.

  1. Hi everyone,




    I am in my currently completing my final year project for my Undergraduate degree (to become a teacher of D&T). This project involves conducting primary and secondary research on a chosen topic.




    The secondary research focuses on the academic base of interdisciplinary learning as it features heavily in the Curriculum for Excellence documents, and the primary research is teachers' perceptions of this approach to teaching and learning.




    The eventual outcome of this work is to produce a resource for new teachers with whom interest lies in teaching interdisciplinary studies.




    Here is a link to the questionnaire that takes about 10 minutes to complete (15 at maximum).




    I know it is the beginning of the Easter break, but I appreciate all help anyone can offer.
     
  2. Hi everyone,




    I am in my currently completing my final year project for my Undergraduate degree (to become a teacher of D&T). This project involves conducting primary and secondary research on a chosen topic.




    The secondary research focuses on the academic base of interdisciplinary learning as it features heavily in the Curriculum for Excellence documents, and the primary research is teachers' perceptions of this approach to teaching and learning.




    The eventual outcome of this work is to produce a resource for new teachers with whom interest lies in teaching interdisciplinary studies.




    Here is a link to the questionnaire that takes about 10 minutes to complete (15 at maximum).




    I know it is the beginning of the Easter break, but I appreciate all help anyone can offer.
     
  3. What uni are you at?
     

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