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Beyond Reading and Writing: Inquiry, Curriculum, and Multiple Ways of Knowing

by Kathy Egawa, Beth Berghoff, Jerome C. Harste and Barry T. Hoonan

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Beyond Reading and Writing: Inquiry, Curriculum, and Multiple Ways of Knowing

Grades K – 5
Type Book
Pages 128
Published February 2000
Publisher National Council of Teachers of English

 

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The authors offer theory-into-practice techniques, insight into how such a curriculum actually worked on a day-to-day basis, suggestions on how educators can better support and understand their students, and, insights the authors gained by undertaking this inquiry.

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Berthoff, Beth, Kathryn A. Egawa, Jerome C. Harste, Barry T. Hoonan. 2000. Beyond Reading and Writing: Inquiry, Curriculum, and Multiple Ways of Knowing. Urbana, IL: NCTE.

 

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