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THE LOGIC OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

@inproceedings{Mathison1998THELO,
  title={THE LOGIC OF INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES},
  author={S. Mathison and M. Freeman},
  year={1998}
}
This paper describes the arguments made for using interdisciplinary approaches in school curriculum. Specifically examined are the historical antecedents that inform discussions of interdisciplinary studies; how interdisciplinary studies are organized; whether differences exist across content areas; general assumptions made about teaching and learning; and how interdisciplinary studies are presumed to improve upon traditional approaches to school curriculum. The review focuses on frameworks… Expand

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