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Title:
Five Thoughts for a Thought-filled Curriculum Five Thoughts for a Thought-filled Curriculum
Author:
Art Costa: Inst. for Intelligent Beh., US
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Year:
2007
Conference:
The 13th International Conference on Thinking Norrköping; Sweden June 17-21; 2007
Issue:
021
Article no.:
006
Publication type:
Abstract and Video
Published:
2008-06-13
Series:
Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
ISSN (print):
1650-3686
ISSN (online):
1650-3740
Publisher:
Linköping University Electronic Press; Linköpings universitet


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Curriculum; instruction; learning and assessment are the pulse of the school. They are what drive everything else. They are the currency through which we exchange thoughts and ideas. They are the passions that bind our organization together. Educators recognize the growing need for informed; skilled and compassionate citizens who value truth; openness; creativity; interdependence; balance and love as well as the search for personal and spiritual freedom in all areas of ones life. This demands that the schools curriculum must be open and flexible enough to accommodate these new perspectives. In this presentation; five themes will be presented as "lenses" with which to view a thought-filled curriculum.

The 13th International Conference on Thinking Norrköping; Sweden June 17-21; 2007

Author:
Art Costa
Title:
Five Thoughts for a Thought-filled Curriculum Five Thoughts for a Thought-filled Curriculum
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The 13th International Conference on Thinking Norrköping; Sweden June 17-21; 2007

Author:
Art Costa
Title:
Five Thoughts for a Thought-filled Curriculum Five Thoughts for a Thought-filled Curriculum
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