Structure in the social studies. Edited by Louis J. Hebert [and] William Murphy.

; Murphy, William, 1938-
Washington, National Council for the Social Studies [1968] .

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Other Authors Herbert, Louis J.
Murphy, William, 1938-
Subjects Social sciences -- Study and teaching.
Series Social studies readings no. 3.
Description ix, 110 p. 23 cm.
Contents Preface, by R. W. Cordier.--Introduction, by L. J. Hebert and W. Murphy.--Needed: revolution in the social studies, by C. R. Keller.--A guide to content in the social studies, by Committee on Concepts and Values of the National Council for the Social Studies.--Utilizing "structure to cope with new knowledge," by H. Heffermann and L. J. Bishop.--Revising the social studies: what is needed? By P. R. Hanna.--Generalizations from the social sciences, by P. R. Hanna and J. R. Lee.--The concept of the structure of a discipline, by J. J. Schwab.--Organizing a curriculum around social science concepts, by L. Senesh.--Structure and inquiry, by E. Fenton.--Jurisprudential teaching and prospects for the social studies, by D. W. Oliver and J. P. Shaver.--Pennsylvania State Department of Public Instruction, "Superintendent's memorandum no. XXIII."--Suggested reading (p. 107-110)
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00078189
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