Inquiry in the social studies; theory and examples for classroom teachers. Edited by Rodney F. Allen, John V. Fleckenstein [and] Peter M. Lyon.

; Fleckenstein, John V ; Lyon, Peter M
Washington, National Council for the Social Studies [1968] .

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Other Authors Fleckenstein, John V.
Lyon, Peter M.
Subjects Social sciences -- Study and teaching.
Series Social studies readings, no. 2.
Description x, 114 p. 23 cm.
Contents Preface, by R. W. Cordier.--Introduction, by R. F. Allen, J. V. Fleckenstein, and P. M. Lyon.--The act of discovery, by J. S. Bruner.--Some elements of discovery, by J. S. Bruner.--The concept of the structure of a discipline, by J. J. Schwab.--An inquiry into inquiries, by C. B. Cox.--A question about questions, by M. Collier.--In search of modes of inquiry, by H. M. Kliebard.--Learning through inquiry, by J. R. Suchman.--Reflective thinking, by J. Dewey.--A reflective model, by B. G. Massialas and C. B. Cox.--An inquiry exercise for world history, by B. G. Massialas.--The dialogue of discovery, by B. G. Massialas and C. B. Cox.--Inquiry and structure, by E. Fenton.--Louis XIV: the anatomy of absolutism, by J. M. Good and E. Fenton.--Inquiry approaches to learning concepts and generalizations in social studies, by C. Crabtree.--Suggested readings (p. 112-114)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00074487
(OCoLC)74487
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