What's Worth Teaching?: Selecting, Organizing, and Integrating Knowledge

by Marion Brady



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ISBN-13: 9780887068157
Publisher: State University of New York Press
Publication date: 04/01/1989
Series: SUNY series, The Philosophy of Education Series
Pages: 147

About the Author

Marion Brady teaches social science at Brevard Community College. He has extensive experience as an educational writer and consultant.

Table of Contents


1. Selecting Knowledge
The Problems
The Key to Solutions
A Solution

2. Organizing Knowledge
Patterns of Action
Cultural Premises
Systematic Relationships and Change

3. Integrating Knowledge
Procedural Problems
The Model and Traditional Academic Disciplines
Limitations of the Model

Appendix A. Notes on Teaching
Appendix B. Illustrative Instructional Material

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