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Title Supporting the spirit of learning : when process is content / editors, Arthur L. Costa, Rosemarie M. Liebmann
Published Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Corwin ; London : Sage, [1997]
©1997

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Description xxxiii,229 pages ; 26 cm
Contents Foreword / Peter M. Senge -- Preface to the Trilogy / Arthur L. Costa and Rosemarie M. Liebmann -- Preface to Supporting the Spirit of Learning / Arthur L. Costa and Rosemarie M. Liebmann -- 1. Process as Content in Education of Exceptional Children / Reuven Feuerstein, Rafi Feuerstein and Yaron Schur -- 2. Generative Topics for Process Curriculum / Vito Perrone and Bena Kallick -- 3. Teaching as Process / Arthur L. Costa and Robert J. Garmston -- 4. Instruction for Process Learning / Marian Leibowitz -- 5. A Process-Oriented Paradigm: Implications for Professional Development / Marilyn Tabor -- 6. Enhancing Transfer / Robin Fogarty -- 7. New Technologies: New Learning? / Timothy Melchior, Gwen Gawith and John Edwards [et al.] -- 8. Using Technology to Combine Process and Content / Stanley Pogrow -- 9. Teaching Science Literacy and Critical Thinking Skills Through Problem-Based Literacy / Robert J. Swartz -- 10. Tools to Enhance Thinking and Learning / Sandra Parks
11. Processes for Diverse Voices / Rosemarie M. Liebmann and Anthony Colella -- 12. Inviting the Feminine Voice / Rosemarie M. Liebmann and Barbara D. Wright -- 13. Measuring From in the Middle of Learning / Bena Kallick -- The Essence: Process as Content / Louis Rubin
Summary Supporting the Spirit of Learning presents a powerful case for making the learning process the major focus of the curriculum. Curriculum - the heart and soul of teaching - has too often remained an overlooked component of school reform. The editors believe a new way of learning is necessary in order to develop the skills needed in today's interdependent world. This new framework encourages lifelong learning, systems thinking, and teamwork. Teaching specific disciplines reinforces the all-important teaching of processes and skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, and information processing. The chapter authors of this study describe how curriculum, evaluation and assessment, and involving parents and technology would be different if process and not content were the primary focus of learning. Chapters explore the changes in preservice and inservice training needed to support process-centered education. The role of educator shifts from information provider to that of catalyst, coach, innovator, researcher, and collaborator with the learner throughout the learning process. Written for school administrators, teachers, staff developers, curriculum staff, and the faculty of teacher preparation, Celebrating Process as Content is the second volume of a trilogy addressing the curriculum needs for the 21st century
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Curriculum change -- United States.
Curriculum planning -- United States.
Curriculum planning.
Education -- Curricula -- United States.
Author Costa, Arthur L.
Liebmann, Rosemarie M.
LC no. 96010144
ISBN 0803963114 (cased)
0803963122 (paperback)