Designing Effective Instruction for Secondary Social Studies
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For Secondary Social Studies Methods courses. With its trademark seven-part organization, the new edition of this popular, comprehensive text is updated and reorganized to better address technology in the classroom and the growing standards movement. The text presents a complete system for planning instruction that encourages innovation and hands-on learning. Authors begin by explaining the historical and ideological foundations of social studies instruction, and then explore a broad range of issues and ideas in the field. To guide students in the design, development, and implementation of instruction, they provide a simple, effective method for organizing classroom instruction in accordance with the principles of scope, sequence, continuity, integration, focus, and balance.
Upper Saddle River
Social Sciences, Secondary Education
Education | Secondary Education
Dynneson, Thomas L., "Designing Effective Instruction for Secondary Social Studies" (2003). UTPB Authors' Works. 20.