ERIC Number: ED383615
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1994-Oct
Building Bridges Symposium: Linking the Disciplines during Pre-Service Teacher Education.
McBride, Lawrence, Ed.
This program presents units of instruction by inter-disciplinary teams of preservice teacher education students showcasing student developed curriculum integration ideas. Lessons integrate the areas of social studies, language arts, business, science, industrial technology, and health. Presented in four sessions, Session 1 includes the following: (1) "Civil War: The Total Experience" (Jen Egert; Megan Ingold; Ron Fox; Laurie Munson); (2) "The Era of Slavery" (Elizabeth DeJulio; Kathy Thrasher; Lori Laredo); (3) "Discrimination" (Wendy Hagen; Andrea Stojak; Marcey Raymond); and (4) "Passing the Torch: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Sports and the Olympics" (Tracey Lueder; Kim Wendorf; Joe Ferguson; Susan Gentry). Session 2 includes: (1) "Post World War II in America" (Stacey Hughes; Tom Johnson); (2) "Great Depression" (Michelle DeMent; Mike Tietjen); (3) "The 1920s" (Leslie Ribble; Ethan Krase; Renee Leatherman; Michele Wilson; Deborah Byrne; Katie Barry); (4) "The Roaring Twenties and Its Effects on My Life" (Jim Evans; Rose Haydysch-Walgren; Shannon Holohan; Eve Muir; Neil Magsonbol); (5) "World War I" (David Lasser; Brian Jones; Carolyn Siegfried; Bill Walsh); and (6) "Manufacturing" (Kimberlee Snover; Tracy Overland; Marcus Harris; Barry Gilstrap; Terrence). Session 3 includes: (1) "Introduction to Computers Across the Curriculum" (Diane Christianson; Daryl Steward; Jil Marx; Christine Schwartz; Daneen Daws); (2) "Circle of Three: Advertising in History, Business and English" (Kenya Todd; Linda Murakami; Samantha West); (3) "Yesterday's Luxury, Today's Necessity--The Growth of Communication" (Becky Boswell; Caris Duda; Daniel Pierson); (4) "Globalism: America's Ever Changing Role" (Debra Bozarth; Spencer Byrd; Ben Gracey); (5) "Greece: Origins and Its Far Reaching Influence on Theatre" (Martin Bach; Katie Gibson; Connie Olson; Yvonne Panagoulias; Amy Scott); and (6) "The Influence of Money in American Society" (Angie Groezinger; Jay Martens; Lynn Sands; Kristen Straub). Session 4 includes: (1) "The American Industrial Revolution between 1850-1920" (Michelle Schwinn; Matt Vosberg; Rob Hammerschmidt); (2) "The Industrial Revolution" (Jodie Fields; Rachel Voyles; Matt Eber; Vicki Bryant); (3) "Environmentalism" (Cammie Andrew; Craig Mueller; Wendy Scott; Holly Steffes; Dawn Woodward); (4) "The Industrial Revolution: A Product of Leadership and Motivation" (Carrie Kulenkamp; Mike Schiffman); (5) "The Industrial Revolution (1860-1920)" (Chris Dobbs; Chris McCombs; Alexa Allen; David Jones; Liz Kampwirth) and (6) "Environmental Responsibility" (Michelle Bussan; Juliette Bilodeau; Marcy James; Don LaVette; Troy DeFranco). (EH)
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive; Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Researchers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: N/A
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