intergrated learning and/or interdisiplinary learning approach
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Asked by: tinkerbell-ga
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09 Aug 2002 05:35 PDT
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Question ID: 52523
I am looking for high school websites that have detailed explanations of their curriculum. I am specifically looking for school districts that utilize the interdisiplinary approach and or integrated learning approach.
Re: intergrated learning and/or interdisiplinary learning approach
Answered By: actualwolf-ga on 09 Aug 2002 07:41 PDT
Tinkerbell: Based on past questions you have asked Google Answers I assume 5that you are looking for high schools within the US. A Google Search for: "interdisciplinary" +"high school" site:.us led me to Middle College High School in Memphis, TN. Here is their homepage: http://www.memphis-schools.k12.tn.us/schools/middlecollege.hs/middle.html Here is their mission statement: http://www.memphis-schools.k12.tn.us/schools/middlecollege.hs/mission_statement.htm What is interesting about Middle College HS is that it is an "Expeditionary Learning Academy." Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound schools emphasize an "interdisciplinary, project based learning" approach. The philosophy of ELOB seems to be fit your request for schools with an "integrated/interdisciplinary approach." Here is a link to the Expeditionary Learning homepage: http://www.elob.org/ where you will find a description of the ELOB teaching philosophy upon which member schools base their curriculum. Here is alink to a list of ELOB schools all over the country: http://www.elob.org/elnetwork/map.html#list Note, not all of the schools on this list are High Schools. And not all of them list webpages. I think we've hit the jackpot here, but if you need more clarification, please let me know, -actualwolf Search Strategy: "interdisciplinary" +"high school" site:.us
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