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Responding to the diversity that exists in today's classrooms, Kellough attempts to enhance the teaching (and therefore learning) of individual disciplines by connecting them to both the entire curriculum and the real world. The book begins by covering fundamentals important to all teachers of Grades K-4, then provides examples, methods and activities for integrating the instruction of mathematics and science.
I. INTEGRATING STUDENT LEARNING: RATIONALE AND METHODS.
1. Learning and the Intellectual Development of Children.
2. Planning and Implementing a Supportive Environment for Learning.
3. Curriculum Planning.
4. Lesson Planning.
5. Assessment of Learning.
6. The Selection and Use of Aids and Resources.
II. METHODS AND ACTIVITIES FOR MATHEMATICS.
7. Early Mathematics Learning.
8. Early Mathematical Thinking: Developing Number Sense.
9. Addition and Subtraction of Whole Numbers.
10. Measurement: Quantifying Space.
11. Graphing, Statistics, and Probability.
III. METHODS AND ACTIVITIES FOR SCIENCE.
13. Early Science Learning.
14. Integrating Science Across the Curriculum.
15. Reaching Students with Special Needs.
IV. SELECTED ACTIVITIES FOR INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE.
16. Activities for Integrated Mathematics and Science.
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