ERIC Number: ED157461
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1978-Aug
Report on Teaching: 6. Interdisciplinary Studies.
Change Magazine, New Rochelle, NY.
This, the sixth and last Report on Teaching of "Change Magazine's" National Teaching Project, reviews the state of interdisciplinary studies in U.S. undergraduate study. Articles and authors included are: "An Integration of Knowledge and Experience" (Earl J. McGrath); "Interdisciplinary Studies: A MAtter of Definition" (L. Richard Meeth); "A Guided Tour of the Academic Mind" (Evan Jenkins); "Exploring the Shape of American Culture" (Stan Luxenberg); "The Greening of an Engineer: Humanism and the Erie Canal" (Liva Baker); "Exploring the Shape of American Culture" (Stan Luxenberg); "From Concrete to Abstract Reasoning: SOAR Plots the Course" (C. Eric Lincoln); "A Thematic Approach to Concerns of the Future" (Nathaniel Sheppard, Jr.); "Fine Tuning the Student Consciousness" (George W. Morgan); "Redistributing the Responsibility for Learning" (Peninan Glazier); "Tracking Civilization of Gentrain: Snapshots of Global History" (Phillip C. Nash); "A Humanistic Perspective on the Professions" (Ronald A. Carson); "Law and Justice Studies: Built on a Firm Foundation" (Robert Swartz); "A Program for Integrative Education: Satisfying the Search for Unity" (Gerald R. Bakker); and "Rachel Carson College: A Breath of Fresh Air for Environmentalists" (Peter Gold). An evaluation of "Change's" National Teaching Project is also included. (LBH)
Descriptors: American Studies, College Instruction, Educational Innovation, Engineering, Environmental Education, Futures (of Society), Higher Education, Humanism, Humanities, Interdisciplinary Approach, Professional Education, Program Evaluation, Skill Development, Teaching Methods, Undergraduate Study
Change Magazine, NBW Tower, New Rochelle, N.Y. 10801
Publication Type: Books
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Change Magazine, New Rochelle, NY.