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A creative approach to the common core standards : the Da Vinci curriculum

Publication Type:

Book

Authors:

Chaucer,Harry

Source:

Rowman & Littlefield Education, Lanham, Md., p.208 (2012)

Call Number:

Cubb LB1628.5 .C43 2012

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9646175

Keywords:

1452-1519, Curriculum change--United States, da Vinci, Education, Leonardo, School improvement programs--United States, Secondary--Curricula--United States, Secondary--Standards--United States

Abstract:

Contents: The common core as unprecedented opportunity: renaissance or reform? -- The Da Vinci core curriculum in light of contemporary educational theory -- The Da Vinci core curriculum: student, teacher, and the common core -- Using the mind well: inductive and Socratic instructional practices, becoming disciples of experience -- The Da Vinci teacher: engaging teachers, engaged students -- Recipes from the Da Vinci curriculum: chef Leonardo -- Details of the Da Vinci curriculum and alignment with the common core state standards -- Selected examples of rich inductive content from the 7-9th grade Da Vinci curriculum -- Selected examples of rich inductive content from the 10-12th grade Da Vinci curriculum -- Leonardo Da Vinci: his life and his relevance to life today -- Rounding out the program: satellite programs and common questions -- Putting theory into practice: new schools, schools within schools, and curriculum renewal.

Publication Language:

eng