Resources

Interdisciplinary Innovation

Sources that Inspire this presentation

Blackwell, A. F., Wilson, L., Street, A., Boulton, C., & Knell, J. (2009). Radical innovation: Crossing knowledge boundaries with interdisciplinary teams. University of Cambridge/NESTA Report. Cambridge, UK: University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory. See Retrieved from Google Scholar.

Buckler, J. (NA). Toward a new model of general education at Harvard College

Springer, M. (2006). Soundings: A democratic student-centered education. Ohio: National Middle School Association.

Beane, J. (1997) ‘Curriculum Integration: Designing the Core of Democratic Education.  New York: Teachers’ College Press.

Clark (1996) Interdisciplinary High School Teaching: Strategies for Integrated Learning

The Network for Transdisciplinary Research

ILC – Interdisciplinary Learning Collaborative [Video below]

Klein and Newell (2002) Strategies for Using Interdisciplinary Resources Across K-16. Issues in Integrative Studies. Oxford Ohio: Miami University1

1 Sources from Klein (2002)

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